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Ease coughing, clear mucous congestion and soothe the airways with Cough Lung Tonic, specially formulated to address both productive and non-productive coughs.
Herbs used in traditional Chinese and/or Western herbal medicine to:
Fusion Cough Lung Tonic combines expectorant herbs such as elecampane, white horehound, licorice and stemona, which have traditionally been used in Western and/or Chinese herbal medicine to clear mucus, relieve mild bronchial congestion, ease spasmodic coughing and soothe the bronchial airways. Herbs in this formula have traditionally been used to relieve coughs associated with common cold and flu, mild bronchitis and mild laryngitis. Fusion Cough Lung Tonic also contains Chinese licorice, which is used to promote recuperation after illness and help maintain healthy lung function in TCM.
Relieves wet or dry coughs.
Fusion Cough Lung Tonic contains herbs used for either wet and productive or dry and spasmodic coughs in traditional Chinese and/or Western herbal medicine, and can be combined with Fusion Cold & Flu to help reduce the severity and duration of cold and flu symptoms.
Also available as a herbal liquid.
Take 7-10mL once or twice daily.
Child 6-12yrs: Take 5-7mL once or twice daily.
Child 2-6yrs: Take 2-5mL once or twice daily.
For all ages, an extra dose may be taken as professionally advised.
Dilute each dose in 50ml of water or juice.
Inula helenium (Elecampane) root
Marrubium vulgare (White Horehound) herb
Pinellia ternata (Pinellia) rhizome
Aster tataricus (Aster) root
Houttuynia cordata (Houttuynia) herb
Stemona japonica (Stemona) root
Glycyrrhiza uralensis (Licorice) root
Thyme oil (Thyme oil)
During pregnancy, always consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before taking herbal medicines and nutritional supplements.
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.
If symptoms persist, worsen or change unexpectedly, talk to your health professional.