• Soreness and hoarseness
• Painful inflammation and infection of the throat
Each spray contains tincture of:
Fresh Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) herb*
(ratio 1:12) …189.9 mg, equivalent to 15.8 mg dried herb.
Fresh Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) root* (ratio 1:11)…10.01 mg,
equivalent to 0.9 mg dried root.
Fresh Sage (Salvia officinalis) herb* (ratio 1:17)…94.6 mg,
equivalent to 5.6 mg dried herb.
Sorbitol solution, alcohol, lecithin, sucrose fatty acid ester, peppermint oil.
Painful inflammation and infection of the throat such as pharyngitis, tonsillitis,
soreness and hoarseness.
Adults (12 years and over): 2 sprays, 6 to 10 times daily. Spray in back of throat as needed.
Consult a healthcare practitioner prior
to use if you have auto-immune disorders or if
you are taking immunosuppressants, or if you
have a progressive systemic disease such as:
tuberculosis, leucosis, collagenosis, multiple
sclerosis, AIDS, HIV infection or if you are taking
hypoglycemic, anticonvulsant or sedative drugs.
Do not use during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Do not use if you have an allergy to Asteraceae/
Compositae (daisy) family and in case of
known allergy to any of the ingredients in the
If symptoms persist or worsen for more than 7
days, consult a healthcare practitioner. Use within 4 months after opening.
Do not use if safety seal is broken.
Keep out of reach of children.
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