Lenisal lozenges Iceland moss and sage

Food supplement

Iceland moss and sage help soothe irritated throat and vocal cords.

Lozenges 24 lozenges Raspberry and blackcurrant flavour

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10 mg


One lozenge contains 20 mg of sage leaf extract and 10 mg of Iceland moss extract. Iceland moss and sage help soothe irritated throat and vocal cords. Sage is a natural antiseptic. Adults children over 3 years of age should slowly dissolve one lozenge in the mouth every 2-3 hours, up to 8 lozenges daily. Raspberry and blackcurrant flavour.

How to use

INGREDIENTS Sucrose; liquid glucose; water; acidity regulator: citric acid; thick sage leaf extract (Salvia officinalis); dry extract of Iceland moss thallus (Cetraria islandica); natural raspberry flavour; powdered raspberry juice; natural blackcurrant flavour; colour: carmine, curcumin. NOTES Keep out of reach of young children. Recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Food supplement is not a replacement or a substitute for a balanced diet. Balanced and varied diet and a healthy way of life are important for health. WARNING – STORAGE It shouldn’t be taken for more than two weeks in a row. It is not recommended to pregnant and nursing women and children under 1 year of age. Keep below 25°C in a dry place protected from sunlight, in a well-sealed container. NET QUANTITY 24 lozenges – 60 g RESPONSIBLE IN CROATIA Yasenka d.o.o., Dvanaest redarstvenika 2/C, 32000 Vukovar, Croatia



Sage leaf extract20 mg160 mg
Iceland moss extract10 mg80 mg

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