Creche Guard COUGH COLD AND FLU SYRUP

What is Creche Guard COUGH COLD AND FLU SYRUP ?

Creche Guard COUGH COLD AND FLU SYRUP has been formulated with a range of herbal ingredients including Pelargonium and Ivy Leaf this may help the body to alleviate wet and dry coughs, soothe sore throats, and combat colds and flu.

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Our advantages

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Hedera helix

Otherwise known as English ivy leaf extract is an ideal herb to use to help soothe an irritated respiratory system or persistent cough. It relieves coughs by liquefying the mucus (making it easier to expel), and also has an antispasmodic effect on the convulsive or ticklish coughs of colds, flu and bronchitis.

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Pelargonium Sidoides Tincture

Pelargonium sidoides, commonly known as African geranium, is a medicinal herb used for treating coughs and colds. It also prevents bacteria from adhering to cells, helps fight viruses and stimulates the immune system to hunt down invaders.

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Thymus vulgaris

Commonly known as Thyme, it has antiseptic and antimicrobial benefits, which help clear the upper respiratory tract from infection and supports the immune system.

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Prevention Plan

It's miserable to watch your child suffer through six to 10 colds they are likely to catch this year. You can't protect your child from every virus, but make sure they get enough zzz's. If your child is tired all the time, their immune system may be too sluggish to fight off bad bugs.

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