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CLINIC. Prospan Syrup Sach 5ml 21pk

CLINIC. Prospan Syrup Sach 5ml 21pk

  • $2199

Clinicians Prospan Bronchial Syrup is a powerful herbal formula made from dried ivy leaf to soothe the throat and help clear the airways.
Now available in Single Serves so that it is easy to use when On-the-Go!  3 years shelf life per 5ml sachet so there is no wastage.
Powerful research based formula to:
  • Soothe the throat and help clear airways
  • Help thin mucous and moistens dry irritated membranes of the airways
  • Well tolerated formula suitable for children under 6
Prospan Bronchial Syrup Benefits
  • Soothes the throat and helps clears the airways.
  • Prospan’s main active ingredient is Ivy Leaf. For literally hundreds of years, people have placed their trust in the herbal power of wild ivy for respiratory tract support.
  • Can be used for winter ills and chills

Prospan Bronchial Syrup Features
  • Does not contain alcohol, sugar or artificial colours
  • Has a pleasant taste, which helps with compliance in children and adults.
  • The dried plant extract is standardised, which means there is a consistently measurable amount of active ingredients every time the product is taken.
  • Suitable for children under 6
Active Ingredients:

Active Ingredients in each 5ml Sachet dose:
Hedera helix (ivy leaf) dry extract (5-7.5:1) 35mg

Also contains: citric acid, natural cherry flavour, potassium sorbate, sorbitol 1.93mg/5ml (sugar substitute), xanthan gum, purified water
TIP: Shake well before use

Adults and children over 12 years: 1x5ml sachet 3 times daily

Children 6-12 years:  1x5ml sachet twice daily.

Children 2-6 years: 2.5ml (half a 5ml sachet) twice daily.

Children under 2 years of age: 2.5ml (half a 5ml sachet) twice daily. *
*Young children can develop serious illness quite quickly and should be assessed by a Doctor before taking Prospan


  • Avoid using if allergic to ivy leaf or fructose intolerant (sorbitol may cause diarrhoea in sensitive individuals at low doses)
  • Pregnancy & Breastfeeding: Consult a health professional before taking due to insufficient studies in this area

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