How to use?
Children: 1 teaspoon 3-4 times a day.
Adults: 2 teaspoons 3-4 times a day.
Packing - 100 ml bottle.
Each teaspoonful (5ml) of Ayurven’s Tulsi cufftuss syrup contains extract derived from:
Shuddh shahad 2500mg
Gul banfsha 50mg
Flavoured Syrup Base q.s.
Honey: Relieves Cough and Throat irritation.
Mulethi: Sore throat reliever.
Sunthi: Relieves cough.
Tulsi cuftuss relieves chest congestion by assisting in calming and dilating the lung's airways.
Tulsi cuftuss help in alleviating airway inflammation caused due to allergies or infections.
It modulates a healthy immune response and supports early recovery from respiratory illness.
Effectively controls cough.
Relieves throat irritation.
Is Ayurven cufftuss syrup safe?
Ayurven cufftuss syrup is an effective treatment for any health problems, including common illnesses like the common cold and flu. However, some herbs used in preparing the medicine may make healthy additions to your diet and help you manage common cold and flu symptoms.
Do Ayurven cufftuss syrups have side effects?
Whilst there are no side effects of Ayurvedic medicines, the Ayurvedic doctor plays a vital role in your dosage.
Should I drink water after taking Ayurven’s cufftuss syrup?
A. Drink plenty of fluids when you use this medication unless otherwise directed by your doctor. The fluid will help loosen the mucus in your lungs. This medication can be taken with food if a stomach upset occurs.
How many times a day can you take Ayurven’s Cufftuss syrup?
A. Do not take more than 3 doses a day. Do not increase your dose or take this drug more often than directed. Drink plenty of fluids while taking this medication. Fluids will help to break up mucus and clear congestion.
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