- ABOUT DRUGS
COMPOSITION AND PACKING
Syrup of herbal extracts, brown viscous liquid with individual odor (may have light sediment and clouding) in the original vials of 150 ml with a protective seal – (1) cardboard packs with protective branded holographic label; – (2) Spoon – dispenser; (3) instruction for use.
Athaea Extract (Althaea officinalis)
Camel’s-thorn Extract (Alhagi)
Chamomile Extract (Matricaria chamomilla)
Licorice Extract (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
EFFECT OF THE MEDICINE
– Effect on the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract, thins mucus and reduces its viscosity.
There may be rarely allergic hypersensitivity to separate ingredients of the preparation.
Use of the medicine should be discontinued when hypersensitivity reactions occur.
Before use, carefully shake the vial.
Keep the vial in a cool place after opening it. Do not heat and do not freeze.
INTERACTION WITH OTHER MEDICATION
When prescribing with other medication adverse effects were not revealed.
KASHLINET is indicated for acute and chronic inflammatory diseases which are accompanied by difficult coughing with phlegm:
– Pulmonary emphysema (in adults and children aged 1-year-old and above, in such cases KASHLINET helps to improve and facilitate the expectoration of sputum).
Individual intolerance to certain ingredients of the medicine.
For peroral use.
The duration of treatment and the dose are determined by the attending physician for each patient individually.
CHILDREN BETWEEN 1 AND 6 YEARS OF AGE
CHILDREN BETWEEN 7 AND 12 YEARS OF AGE
ADULTS AND CHILDREN ABOVE 12 YEARS OF AGE
2.5 ml (1/2 teaspoon) 3 times a day
2.5-5.0 ml (1/2-1 teaspoon) 3 times a day
5.0-7.5 ml (2-3 teaspoon) 3 times a day
The medicine is administered regardless of meals.
The course of administration is usually from 3 to 7 days.
The cases of overdose were not reported.
STORAGE CONDITIONS AND EXPIRATION DATE
The medicine should be stored out of reach of children, protected from light, at a temperature from + 2° C to + 25°C.
Expiration date: 24 months.
The information presented on the site should not be used for self-diagnosis and treatment and can not serve as a substitute for a doctor's internal consultation.