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Lizzy primrose and thyme

Liquid food supplement

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Liquid food supplement, 125 mL

About Lizzy primrose and thyme

Liquid food supplement containingliquid extracts of primrose, thyme and pomegranate.

About Lizzy primrose and thyme

Liquid food supplement containingliquid extracts of primrose, thyme and pomegranate.

Packaging: 125 ml bottle of liquid food supplement

Posology and intended use

To protect the upper respiratory tract. To reduce the irritation of the throat and vocal cords.

Posology and intended use

To protect the upper respiratory tract.

 

To reduce the irritation of the throat and vocal cords.

 

Lizzy primrose and thyme has a pleasant peppermint flavour and can be taken by children over 4 years old and adults.

Instructions for use

Adults and children over 12 years old: 3 teaspoons (15 ml) 3 times a day.

Instructions for use

Adults and children over 12 years old: 3 teaspoons (15 ml) 3 times a day.

 

Children aged 6 to 12 years: 1 (5 ml) to 2 teaspoons (10 ml) 3 times a day.

 

Children aged 4 to 6 years: 1 teaspoon (5 ml) 3 times a day.

 

A dosing 5 ml spoon is provided with the bottle.

Contains: The recommended daily dose
15ml 30ml 45ml
Liquid primrose root extract (Primula veris)  0,36 g 0,72 g 1,08 g
Liquid thyme extract (Thymus vulgaris)   0,54 g 1,08 g 1,62 g
Liquid pomegranate fruit extract (Rosa canina) 0,2 g 0,4 g 0,6 g

Ingredients:
Sugar, purified water, liquid thyme extract, liquid primrose root extract, liquid pomegranate fruit extract, honey, colour: riboflavin, preservative: sodium benzoate, peppermint flavour.

Primrose

Primrose helps to protect the upper respiratory tract.

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Thyme

Thyme soothes the irritation of the throat and vocal cords.

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Primrose

Primrose helps to protect the upper respiratory tract.

 

The majority of medicinal substances are found in the root and rhizome of the primrose, which are most often used to produce the extracts, even though the extract can be derived from the flower as well.

 

It is often used in combination with thyme because they have a synergistic effect.

 

The active substances include saponosides, with 10% of them found in the subterranean part, which are composed of primulic acid A, protoprimulagenin A and their derivatives.

Thyme

Thyme soothes the irritation of the throat and vocal cords.

 

The main active components of thyme are essential oils. Thyme essential oils can be divided into three main groups: thyme oil (contains phenolic compounds), 30-70% of thymol (Oleum Thymi), which has a strong antiseptic effect, then 3-15% of carvacol, while the third group is comprised of monoterpenes such as cineole, geraniol, borneol and linalool.

 

Thyme also contains aliphatic alcohols, flavonoids, phenol-carboxylic acids (caffeic and rosemarinic acids), saponins and arabinogalactan.

 

Thyme dilutes mucus in the airways, makes it less viscous and easier to remove.