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Iceland moss helps soothe irritated throat and vocal cords.

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Iceland moss – Beside its numerous healing properties, Iceland moss is very important indicator of clean air since it can only survive in clean environment. Iceland moss is most often used for irritated upper respiratory tract, and its main components are poylsaccharides-lichenins and isolichenins. Polysacchardis coat irritated and and damaged mucosa, and lichenins have anti-inflammatory effect on the mucosa and reduce the cough sensation. Important component of Iceland moss is usinic acid which acts as a natural antibiotic. Due to its beneficial effect, preparations with Iceland moss are used to treat various types of cold, dry irritating inflammation of oral cavity and pharynx and bronchial astma and cough. Iceland moss liquid food supplement is taken three times a day, depending on the age na dan, in the amount of 5 to 15 ml. May be taken by children above one year of age.

How to use

INGREDIENTS Sucrose; purified water; dry leaf extract of narrowleaf plantain (Plantago lanceolata); preservative: potassium sorbate; acidity regulator: citric acid. WARNING It is not recommended for children under 3 years of age. NOTES Keep out of reach of young children. Recommended daily dose must not be exceeded. Food supplement is not a substitute or replacement for a balanced diet. Balanced and varied diet and a healthy way of life are important for health. STORAGE Keep below 25˚C, protected from light, in a well-sealed vial. MANUFACTURERYasenka d.o.o., Dvanaest redarstvenika 2/C, 32 000 Vukovar, Croatia The product has the symbol Croatian quality.



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