Benefits at a glance
  • Beneficial effect on the respiratory tract
  • With extracts of thyme and primrose
  • No alcohol or sugar
  • Herbal cough syrup

Arlberger Pectatussan Cough Syrup

Cough syrup with thyme and primrose

€7.95*

Content: 0.1 L (€79.50* / 1 L)
Product number: 21010

BANO Naturprodukte is a brand of BANO Healthcare GmbH.

Benefits at a glance
  • Beneficial effect on the respiratory tract
  • With extracts of thyme and primrose
  • No alcohol or sugar
  • Herbal cough syrup

Arlberger Pectatussan Cough Syrup: Product description

Tasty cough syrup with natural extracts of thyme and primrose to relieve coughs.

Due to its natural and alcohol- and sugar-free ingredients, Arlberger Pectatussan Cough Syrup is also ideally suited for children from the age of three.

Pectatussan Cough Syrup as an expectorant

Thyme and primrose root have been popular for generations because of their soothing effect on the respiratory tract.

While primrose stimulates the bronchial mucous membranes to produce more mucus, which makes it easier to expectorate, thyme has an anti-cough and expectorant effect.

Arlberger Pectatussan Cough Syrup: Uses and indications

Children aged three to four years: One tablespoon daily

Children aged five to 12 years: Two to three tablespoons daily

Adolescents and adults: Three tablespoons daily

For adults and children over three years of age. The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded.

Arlberger Pectatussan Cough Syrup: Ingredients

Water, sweetener: sorbitol, sweetener: mannitol, thyme leaf dry extract, primrose root dry extract, sweetener: sucralose, preservative: potassium sorbate, acidifier: citric acid

One tablespoon contains 300mg thyme leaf dry extract 4:1, 290mg primrose root dry extract 1:1

Good to know

Who is Pectatussan Cough Syrup suitable for?

Our cough syrup is well suited for adults and children from the age of three and for people who prefer herbal ingredients. It is alcohol-free and sugar-free.

How do cough syrups work?

Depending on their ingredients, cough syrups can have a soothing and calming or expectorant effect. The thyme and primrose in Pectatussan Cough Syrup have an expectorant effect on the respiratory tract.

Ideally, you will want the expectorant effect during the day, and a calming effect is best in the evening to aid sleep.

Can Pectatussan Cough Syrup and Chest Rub be combined?

We even recommend taking a combination of both products. Take Pectatussan Cough Syrup during the day and apply Pectatussan Chest Rub before going to bed. This ensures relaxed days and restful nights.

What helps treat a cold?

Go to our “Good to know” section to find out what really helps tackle a cold and what you should bear in mind.

What you should know about primrose

Surprised to see a cowslip on the packaging but primrose listed as an ingredient? Cowslip is also called primrose (Primula veris) and is one of the first spring flowers to bloom. It is not only insects that enjoy the its blossoms – we humans have used the primrose as a medicinal plant for centuries. It used to be used to treat gout and rheumatism, although today it is mainly used for colds.

Strictly speaking, it is the primrose root that is used in our cough syrup, the saponins of which are responsible for its expectorant effect.

Quality from experience

Tried and tested formulationsWe rely on traditional combinations of active ingredients, some of which have been tried and tested for centuries and are processed with modern formulations.
Tested raw materialsOnly tested raw materials are used in production, many of which also meet the requirements of the European Pharmacopoeia or are of medicinal quality.
High-quality productionOur production is ISO 13485:2016 certified and audited annually, which ensures that our products are always of consistent quality.