Did you know over the counter cough medicine is not recommended for children under 12?
In fact, in an interview for Mayo Clinic, Dr. Jay Hoecker unequivocally states his opinion that children should never be given codeine or over the counter cough suppressants.
Thankfully, we've found an all natural botanical formula to help your children with upper respiratory health and seasonal allergies!
It’s called Natranix and it’s an alcohol-free, great-tasting syrup they’re gonna love!
The formula includes a lovely botanical combination of echinacea, thyme, sage, elderberry and anise.
Research has shown echinacea to be beneficial for various aspects of respiratory health, including balancing microbial activity and cytokines (small cell-signaling proteins important for immune response)
Thyme has a long history of use in natural medicine in connection with chest and respiratory support.
Elderberry has been used for centuries to support respiratory health.
Sage or (Salvia officinalis) is approved by the German Commission E for external use in supporting the mucous membranes of the mouth and throat.
Rich in antioxidants which help boost immunity, anise also contains vitamin A and C to help ease sore throat and cold. It’s also antimicrobial and antiviral and has been used historically by many cultures to treat cold and flu symptoms.
Stock up while supplies last!
1 teaspoon (5 mL) 3 times per day or as recommended by your health care professional. Not recommended for children under 1 year old. Botanical products may cause mild stomach upset or an allergic reaction. Move dose closer to meals or cease product if symptoms persist.