Lenisal lozenges Marshmallow and mullein

Food supplement

Marshmallow and mullein help ease irritated throat and vocal cords.

Lozenges 24 lozenges Orange flavour

39,35 Kn

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10 mg mg


One lozenge contains 20 mg of marshmallow root extract and 10 mg of mullein flower extract. Marshmallow and mullein help ease irritated throat and vocal cords. Adults and children over 12 years of age should slowly dissolve one lozenge in the mouth every 2-3 hours, up to 8 lozenges daily. With sweeteners, sugar free.

How to use

INGREDIENTS Sweetener: isomalt; water; acidity regulator: citric acid; thick marshmallow root extract (Althaea officinallis); dry extract of mullein flower (Verbascum Thapsus); natural orange flavour; powdered orange juice; sweetener: sucralose; colour: curcumin, carmine. 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 is not recommended to pregnant and nursing women and children under 12 years of age. Keep in a dry place, below 25 °C. NET QUANTITY 24 lozenges – 60 g RESPONSIBLE IN CROATIA Yasenka d.o.o., Dvanaest redarstvenika 2/C, 32000 Vukovar, Croatia



Marshmallow root extract20 mg160 mg
Mullein flower extract10 mg80 mg

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