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Liquid food supplement

Marshmallow helps soothe irritated upper respiratory tract. 

Liquid food supplement 150 ml -

49,50 Kn

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Marshmallow contains dry aqueous extract of marshmallow root (Althaeae officinalis), plant traditionally used to soothe irritated upper respiratory tract accompanied by dry, non-productive cough. Marshmallow root is rich in mucous polysaccharides which coat mucus and soothe coughing sensation. Marshmallow liquid food supplement is taken three times a day, depending on the age, in the amount of 5 to 15 ml. It can be taken by children above the age of 3. It has a pleasant taste adapted to children.

How to use

INGREDIENTS Sucrose; purified water; dry aqueous extract of marshmallow root (Althaea officinalis); preservative: potassium sorbate; acidity regulator: citric acid. 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. STORAGE Keep below 25 °C in a dry place protected from light, in a well-sealed vial. MANUFACTURER Yasenka d.o.o., Dvanaest redarstvenika 2/C, 32000 Vukovar, Croatia The product has the symbol Croatian quality.

Content

CONTAINS IN RECOMMENDED DOSAGE

5ml15ml30ml45ml
DRY AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF MARSHMALLOW ROOT125 mg375 mg750 mg1125 mg

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