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Bronchosan - Pine Cough Syrup for dry, tickly, irritating throat coughs

Bronchosan Pine Cough Syrup is made from freshly harvested pine (spruce) shoots

Cough syrup
  • For dry, tickly, irritating coughs
  • Made with extracts of freshly harvested pine shoots
  • Contains honey
  • Pleasant tasting

Cough syrups help to ease the irritation in the respiratory tract. They are sometimes required after a cold or flu, or following other infections of the respiratory tract. Conventional cough syrups may contain ingredients that may cause drowsiness – and this is the reason why some people prefer to use a cough syrup containing herbal or natural ingredients which are not associated with this concern.

100ml (in stock) £ 8.99

Product reviews

Bronchosan Dry Cough Syrup

Customer rating:

28th February 2019

“This product suits me and helps me as I have Asthma and Bronchitis and the Doctor stopped the steroids this product worked better.”

Response from A.Vogel: Brilliant Bronchosan result.

Bronchosan Dry Cough Syrup

Customer rating:

1st March 2018

“Only tried once so far and it seemed very effective.”

Response from A.Vogel: Do keep us posted.

Bronchosan Dry Cough Syrup

Customer rating:

16th January 2018

“Excellent acqisto Arrivato in tempo ed ottimo prodotto”

Bronchosan Dry Cough Syrup

Customer rating:

24th August 2017

“The Bronchosan cough syrup helped us to heal a very stubborn dry cough”

Response from A.Vogel: Wonderful result!

Bronchosan Dry Cough Syrup

Customer rating:

22nd July 2017

“I've used this many times and Bronchosan Dry Cough Syrup is the only product that deals with my bronchial coughs which are hard to shift. Brilliant product. Thank you”

Linda Buckham, Eastbourne

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Here’s what I recommend

As the A. Vogel Immune System expert, I recommend Bronchosan Pine Cough Syrup to help ease the symptoms of coughs.

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Did you know?

A tickly cough is technically termed as ‘non-productive.’ This is because, unlike a chesty cough, tickly or dry coughs typically bring up little to no phlegm.

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