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Liquid food supplement

Plantain helps soothe irritated upper respiratory tract.

Liquid food supplement 150 ml -

49,50 Kn

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Plantain contains dry extract narrowleaf plantain leaf (Plantago lanceolata). Narrowleaf plantain is a plant which is traditionally used to ease dry cough. It contains mucus which coat the mucosa of upper respiratory tract and prevents irritations which cause caugh. Plantain liquid food supplement is taken three times a day, depending on the age, in the amount of 5 to 10 ml. It can be taken by children above 3 years 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.

Content

CONTAINS IN RECOMMENDED DOSAGE

5 ml15 ml30 ml
Narrowleaf plantain dry extract150 mg450 mg900 mg

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