Thursday, June 2, 2011

POWERFUL PRODUCT TREATS COLDS AND FLU NATURALLY

Every year, we spend a small fortune fighting viruses, with many medicines having a limited effect and some containing potentially harmful ingredients too.
Linctomed Syrup is a safe and all-natural cough and cold preparation suitable for the entire family – and it works.
Why is it so effective?
Linctomed contains the herbal root African Geranium (Pelargonium Sidoides Radix), used for centuries by the Zulu people to treat upper respiratory tract infections, common colds, coughs, tuberculosis and gastro-intestinal illnesses.
Pelargonium is antiviral, antibacterial and acts as an expectorant, giving it a unique triple-action effect against disease. It acts as a natural immune booster, helping to prevent re-infection and assist the body in combating germs.
The root has been prescribed over-the-counter in Germany for nearly three decades, with German doctors noting its powerful effectiveness against respiratory tract, throat and sinus infections.
It has also been used to treat children as young as six who have responded poorly to antibiotics.
Also containing Echinacea Purpurea Herba, which strengthens the immune defence system and has an ideal bacteriostatic effect on children, Linctomed is the ideal choice for use during colds, flu and acute and chronic respiratory tract infections such as bronchitis, sinusitis, pneumonia, tonsillitis and sore throat.
The cherry-flavoured liquid is also a hit with children, who are prone to catching an average three to eight colds per year, according to the US National Library of Medicine’s National Institute of Health.
For more information, please visit www.penpharm.co.za

1 comment:

  1. I’ve tried all sorts of coughing syrups, believe me, but none of them helps. Even though Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa http://www.geocities.jp/ninjiom_hong_kong/index_e.htm does not eliminates the cough I like to stick to this chinese syrup I’ve been taking since I was a kid: Nin Jiom Pei Pa Koa. My grandfather is chinese, so I guess my mom got the advice from him. I was really surprised when I found that chinese market selling it here in Belgium. It does have a refreshing, soothing, sweetening effect…as long as it lasts…then back to coughing mode.

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