Harker Herbals

Harker Herbals Children’s Ear, Nose & Throat
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Harker Herbals

Harker Herbals Children’s Ear, Nose & Throat
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$23.50
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Fights infection, dries excessive mucus, opens upper respiratory airways

Natural soft sweet mint flavour

A gentle tonic to relieve head congestion during colds and flu. Soothes blocked sinuses, helps dry the mucus membranes, reduce mucus and soothe inflamed throats and sore ears. Includes pelargonium, which clinical research shows may relieve symptoms and duration of illness associated with colds and flu.

KEY SYMPTOMS:

  • head congestion
  • sore “blocked” sinuses
  • sore “blocked” ears
  • inflamed, sore throats
  • tired, “heavy” heads

EAR, NOSE & THROAT is safe to use together with other syrups in our Children’s range.

Directions

SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE
TAKE 3 - 5 TIMES DAILY

Infants 0 - 1 years 0.5ml (10 drops)
Children 1 - 2 years 1 to 2mls (1/4 metric teaspoon)
Children 2 - 5 years 2 to 3mls (1/2 metric teaspoon)
Children 5 years and over 5mls (1 metric teaspoon)

Young children may prefer to take this syrup diluted in water or in a favourite natural juice or smoothie.

Please do not exceed the stated dose for under 5 years without professional advice.

Refrigerate after opening and use within 90 days.

Not suitable for diabetics.  

Ingredients

Formulated to contain measured therapeutic doses of dried herbs.

Each 5ml dose contains:

Echinacea Echinacea purpurea root extract equivalent to dry root 870.36mg
Pelargonium Pelargonium sidoides extract equivalent to dry root 141.92mg
Elder Sambucus nigra extract equivalent to dry ?owers 1114.98mg
Ribwort – Plantago lanceolata extract equivalent to dry leaf 743.32mg
Warnings
  • Due to the sweeteners used, this syrup is NOT SUITABLE FOR DIABETICS.
  • Echinacea is not to be used in conjunction with immunosuppressive medications.
  • Always read the label and use as directed. If symptoms persist, see your heathcare professional