The herbal complex found in Respirax syrup supports the healthy functioning of the respiratory tract. Ribwort, as well as thyme and ivy promote the expulsion frequency and minimize the accumulation of secretion. Thanks to its beneficial qualities, Manuka honey also contributes to the maintenance of a healthy respiratory tract.
Manuka honey is extracted by honeybees from the South Sea myrtle (Manuka plant) in New Zealand and has been used there for many generations. Respirax Syrup contains Manuka honey with a particularly high level of methylglyoxal (MGO 514+), a sugar breakdown product that is present in concentrations up to 100 times higher than in conventional honeys. Due to this special natural phenomenon and the associated antibacterial properties, Manuka honey is valued by experts worldwide.
Thyme has well documented and beneficial effects on the self-cleaning mechanism of the lungs. Many valuable components of thyme prevent the build-up of secretions.
The mucilage contained in ribwort plantain can form a protective layer on the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract. Various secondary plant compounds in ribwort plantain support healthy functions of the airways.
Ivy extract has been very successful as an expectorant. Some secondary plant compounds from ivy leaves, especially alpha-hederin, stimulate the bronchial mucosa to produce thinner mucus, which then dissolves more easily. It can also relax the brochial muscles.
Isomaltulose from sugar beets is one of very few substances which can hardly be degraded by tooth-damaging bacteria due to its structure. Thus, the pH value does not drop into the critical range.
Vitamin C contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system and helps protect cells from oxidative stress.
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