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Prospan Lozenges

Clinicians Prospan® Lozenges are a unique herbal lozenge made from dried ivy leaf to soothe the throat and help clear the airways. It helps thin mucous and moistens dry irritated membranes of the airways.

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Prospan Lozenges Description

Prospan Lozenges are naturally developed and scientifically proven to soothe the throat and help clear the airways for adults and children.

Prospan Lozenges Features

  • 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 Lozenges Benefits

  • Does not contain alcohol, sugar or artificial colours
  • Delicious orange flavour, 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 over 6 years of age

Active Ingredients

Each lozenge contains:

Active Ingredients

Strength

Hedera helix (Ivy leaf dry extract (5-7.5:1)

26mg

 

Also contains: maltitol and sorbitol solution, acacia, citric acid, acesulfame potassium, medium chain triglycerides, orange flavouring menthol flavouring, purified water.  

No added: gluten (or wheat), dairy, yeast, sugar, artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.

Recommended Dose:

Adults and children over 12 years of age: Suck 1 lozenge 4 times a day

Children between age 6 and 12: Suck 1 lozenge twice a day

Allow the lozenge to dissolve in the mouth after meals (not while lying down)

Contraindications & Cautions

Precautions & Contraindications

Based upon data from the manufacturers, in very rare instances (less that 1 in 10,000 people), ivy may cause an allergic reaction (e.g. shortness of breath, swelling, reddening of the skin or itching). In such an instance seek immediate medical advice. Do not continue to take Ivy leaf if a hypersensitivity reaction has occurred.

Side Effects

Prospan®  products have been used around the world for over 60 years and are considered safe and well tolerated. Research on the safety and tolerability of Prospan®  tablets showed adverse reactions occurred in less than 1% of subjects which were minor in nature and predominately gastrointestinal-related symptoms.

Pregnancy & Breastfeeding

While Clinicians Prospan® Lozenges are considered safe and well tolerated there is insufficient safety data to recommend during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

More Information

  • Consult your doctor if respiratory symptoms persist or worsen after 7 days
  • Continue to take Prospan® Lozenges for an additional 2–3 days after symptoms have disappeared
  • Ivy leaf does not adversely interact with other medications and can safely be used by asthmatics
  • The lozenges have a slight orange and menthol taste and may contain air bubbles. The lozenges are derived from an active herbal substance therefore the colour and taste may vary slightly and does not affect the quality or efficacy of the product.
  • Ivy leaf should not be confused with poison ivy (Toxicodendron quercifolium), which is a different herb from the Anacardiaceae family (Ivy leaf is from the Araliaceae family)

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