Sinunorm B balm for health of the respiratory system. Pine bark extract helps to ease breathing. Chamomile extract helps to maintain respiratory function and has antispasmodic effect. Elderberry extract helps to maintain respiratory health and the immune system. Althea extract facilitates breathing by providing a softening effect on the respiratory system.
Product description in register of Food and Veterinary Service
Pine bark (Pinus sylvestris) dry extract 1:10, elderberry (Sambucus nigra) flower dry extract 1:10, sugar, plantain (Plantago major) leaf dry extract 1:1, quince (Cydonia oblonga) fruit juice, purified water, althea (Althea officinalis) root dry extract 4:1, chamomile (Matricaria recutita) flower dry extract 1:1, ivy (Hedera helix) leaf dry extract 4:1, soidum benzoate (preservative).
Usage: use included dosing cup with volume marking to measure the dose. For children from 3 to 12 years recommended to use internally 5 ml 2 times per day, for children from age of 12 and adults recommended to use internally 10 ml 2 times per day. Shake well before use!
Warnings: high sensitivity (allergy) towards some of the product ingredients; during pregnancy and lactation – after consultation with a physician; do not use food supplement as the substitute of balanced and valuable nutrition; do not exceed recommended daily dosage; might include slight precipitate; keep out of reach and sight of children!
Store at room temperature, in dark place, in well closed original packaging.
Frequently asked questions
What is the effect of Sinunorm B balm?
Sinunorm balm is based on quince fruit juice. The pine bark extract in the composition facilitates breathing. Chamomile extracthelps maintain respiratory function and provide antispasmodic effect. Elder extract helps maintain respiratory health and the immune system. Anise extract facilitates breathing, providing an emollient effect on the airways.
What active substances are in Sinunorm B balm?
Pine bark liquid extract, elder fruit liquid extract, large waybread leaf liquid extract, anise root dry extract, chamomile flower liquid extract, ivy leaf dry extract.
Why quince fruit juice is the base of Sinunorm B balm?
Quince fruit juice contains many different phyto-compounds, such as tannins, flavonoids, terpenes, phenols, organic acids, and glycosides. Studies have shown its positive effects on respiratory health by reducing both rhinitis and cough, and quince juice has antioxidant properties (Ashraf, 2016).
How to use Sinunorm B balm correctly?
Sinunorm B balm is recommended for use in children from 3 to 12 years – 5 ml twice a day, and in children from 12 years and adults – 10 ml twice a day.
From what age can Sinunorm B balm be used?
Sinunorm B balm is recommended from the age of 3.
How long can Sinunorm B balm be used?
We recommend using Sinunorm B balm for 7 days, if no improvement in health is observed, please consult the doctor.
How the balm differs from the syrup?
The consistency of syrups is much thicker than of balms, and sugar is used as a base in the preparation of syrups, which also serves as the main preservative.
How long can Sinunorm B balm be used after opening?
Please store the balm in the refrigerator after opening, use within 2 months.
Can Sinunorm B balm be used together with antibiotics?
The substances in Sinunorm B balm do not affect the action of antibiotics.
How to store Sinunorm B balm correctly?
Store at room temperature (15-25 ° C) before opening. Avoid direct sunlight.