Buona Respiro Syrup

 

Does not contain gluten or lactose
From 1 year of age

A syrup for the treatment of dry and chesty coughs, containing Honey and dry extracts of Blackcurrant, Grindelia and Ivy

Dosage

CHILDREN from 1 to 3 years: 5 ml up to 2 times a day
CHILDREN over 3 years: 5 ml up to 4 times a day.

Package

140 ml bottle with measuring cup

Retail price

€14.90

Online price (-15%)

12.70

Info shipment

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Buona Respiro Syrup is a medical device
CE
0546
Read the instructions and warnings carefully.

AUT. MIN. 19/12/2016

Description

Buona Respiro is a pleasant-tasting cough syrup for the treatment of respiratory ailments in children as young as 1 year of age. Thanks to its formula, which is based on plant extracts (Ivy, Grindelia, and Blackcurrant) and Honey, the syrup is ideal for treating both dry and chesty coughs caused by colds, influenza and pharyngitis. The protective action of honey on the oropharyngeal mucosa, and the presence of resins, polysaccharides, mucilage and flavonoids contained in the vegetable extracts, mean that Buona Respiro Syrup is effective against:
DRY COUGHS, because it promotes the formation of a film on the mucosa oropharyngeal, increasing hydration, lubrication and protection from external irritants, and reducing the friction in the pharynx caused by coughing;

And CHECTY COUGHS, since it creates an emollient and fluidifying effect that helps to eliminate mucus.

Buona Respiro Syrup supports the restoration of the upper respiratory tract function.

Its formula has been enriched with honey and apple juice in order to render it more palatable for children.

Composition

Buona Respiro Syrup is a preparation based on plant extracts:

  • dried extract of Blackberry leaves (Ribes Nigrum L.) titrated at 1% in Rutin;
  • dried extract of flowering Grindelia tops (Grindelia robusta Nuttall) titrated at 0.25% in peroxide;
  • dried extract aerial parts of Ivy (Hedera helix L.) titrated at 10% in hederacoside C.

Buona Respiro also contains concentrated Apple juice and Honey.

BUONA RESPIRO DOES NOT CONTAIN GLUTEN OR LACTOSE

How to use

Always use the dosages recommended below, unless otherwise advised by your doctor:
1 to 3 years: 5 ml up to 2 times a day;
over 3 years: 5 ml up to 4 times a day.

It may be useful to administer the last dose just before going to bed.

The syrup may be taken as is, or diluted to taste in a small quantity of cool or luke-warm liquid (milk, tea, water).
Wash the measuring cap after each use and make sure you have properly closed the bottle.
Once opened, use the product within three months.

Shake the bottle before use.

WARNING
– Do not use the product in the event of known or presumed allergy to any of its ingredients;
– Do not use the product if the package is damaged or not perfectly intact when it is opened for the first time.

Information

When creating the formulation for Buona Respiro Syrup, we selected dried, titrated and standardized extracts of plants known for their calming effects on both dry and chesty coughs, and their capacity to protect the oropharyngeal mucosa.


Grindelia, a plant belonging to the Asteraceae family that grow predominantly in the Americas, contains a resin with mucoadhesive and protective properties that favour the formation of a protective film, this produces a barrier effect that can soothe coughs. This protects the upper respiratory tracts against contact with external irritants.


Ivy, a plant belonging to the Araliaceae family, contains a high concentration of flavonids, which contribute to the elimination of mucus by exerting and fluidifying effect on bronchial secretions.


Blackcurrant, a woody shrub of the Gossulariaceae family, is native to temperate, hilly areas in central and northern Europe that enjoy a relatively damp climate. It contains tannins, flavonoids and procyanidins that have antioxidant effects (anti free radicals).


Thanks to its high sugar content, Honey produces mucoadhesive, protective and soothing effects on the oropharyngeal mucosa.
Honey is by far the most well-known product of commercial bee farming.
It comes from the nectar collected by worker bees foraging in the flowers of many plant species. The worker bees begin transforming nectar into honey immediately after the harvest it from the flower; the process takes place inside the honey sac, where enzymes are added
to the sugar solution contained in the nectar. Then continues inside the hive, where the “house bees” (young workers who have only emerged during the preceding 21 days) continuously ingest and regurgitate the honey, with frequent exchanges between different workers, resulting in a gradual maturing
and enrichment process of enzymes derived from glandular secretions of the bees themselves
and a progressive reduction of excess water contained in the nectar, so as to avoid the risk of the honey fermenting.
When ripe, honey is mainly composed of:

  • Carbohydrates 80-82%
  • Water 15-18%
  • Enzymes, polyphenols, vitamins, minerals, trace elements (1-3%).

The composition of honey varies depending on the characteristics of the nectar used to produce it, and it is possible to distinguish between each single-flower honeys, produced using nectar from a single plant species, and so-called thousand-flower honey, produced from nectar harvested from many different species of plants.
Regardless of the specific differences associated with the origin of the nectar, honey is a highly nutritional food source that is easily assimilated, and provides multiple benefits.

SOME SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT BEES

50-60,000
The number of bees living in a single colony, all seasons
50 days
The average life span of a worker bee, during the productive season
5 years
The life span of a queen bee
2000
The number of eggs laid by a queen bee in a day
80
The number of times her own body weight the queen bee consumes in royal jelly
29 Km/h
The maximum speed of flight of a bee
150,000 km
The distance a single bee would need to fly in order to produce 1 kg of honey (almost 4 times the circumference of the Earth!)
60,000
The number of flights between the hive and flowers in order to produce 1 kg of honey
3 km
The radius around the hive for harvesting nectar
(equivalent to 3000 hectares, or 4000 football pitches!)
225,000
The number of flowers visited in 1 day by the bees from a single hive