active ingredient : Each 100 ml contains: 0.7 g of dried Ivy leaf extract of Other ingredients: potassium sorbate , Citric acid monohydrate, Xanthan Gum, Sorbitol, Methyl parahydroxybenzoate and aroma.
Treatment for catarrhs of the respiratory passages and for symptoms of chronic inflammatory bronchial conditions. Ivy is suggested as an expectorant, secretolytic, and antispasmodic in response to, specifically, whooping cough, spastic bronchitis, and chronic catarrh.
Patients with a known hypersensitivity to Ivy extract or any of its ingredients
Precaution & warnings:
In the event of persistent complaints or the appearance of shortness of breath, fever as well as purulent or bloody expectoration, a doctor should be consulted immediately.
Pregnancy & Breast feeding:
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Consuming this drug during pregnancy and breast-feeding is not recommended.
Dosage and administration:
Unless otherwise prescribed: Infants (< 1 year) and small children (1-5 years): take 2.5 ml 3 times daily schoolchildren (6-9 years ): take 5 ml 3 times daily Adults (> 10 years): take 5-7.5 ml of solution 3 times daily. Duration of use: duration of treatment depends on the type and severity of the clinical picture, however, treatment should last for at least one week even in minor inflammations of the respiratory tract. Treatment with IVY syrup should be maintained for 2-3 days after symptoms have subsided , in order to ensure lasting success of therapy. In the event of persistent complaints or the appearance of shortness of breath, fever as well as purulent or bloody expectoration, a doctor should be consulted immediately.
in rare cases, ivy syrup Cough syrup may have a laxative effect due to the content of sorbitol in the product.
Adverse effects have not become know with the simultaneous ingestion of ivy cough syrup and other medicines. This preparation can therefore be combined safely with other medicines, such as antibiotics for example.
Store below 30°C .protect from freezing.