Clinically proven efficacy of Ivy as an effective treatment for bronchitis, coughs and colds in both children and adults
Features Ivy Leaves to assist in eliminating, clearing and relieving the discomfort of acute bronchitis
Great tasting orange and menthol appeals to all ages
Suitable for children over 6 years of age
Recommended to people with acute bronchitis, colds or coughs and children suffering with bronchial asthma.
Active IngredientsActive Ingredients in each lozenge:
Ivy leaves dry extract (5-7.5:1) 26mg
Also contains: Maltitol and sorbitol solution, acacia, citric acid, acesulfame potassium, medium chain triglycerides, orange flavouring menthol flavouring, purified water.
No added: Gluten (or wheat), dairy, yeast, sugar, artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
WarningsBased on manufacturerâ€™s data, in very rare instances (less than 1 in 10,000 people), ivy may cause an allergic reaction, if this occurs seek immediate medical advice. Do not continue to take Ivy leaf if a hypersensitivity reaction has occurred.
ProspanÂ® products have been used around the world for over 60 years and are considered safe and well tolerated. Research on the safety and tolerability of ProspanÂ® showed adverse reactions occurred in less than 1% of subjects were minor in nature and predominately gastrointestinal-related symptoms.
Pregnancy & Breastfeeding
While ProspanÂ® Lozenges are considered safe and well tolerated there is insufficient safety data to recommend their use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Consult your doctor if respiratory symptoms persist or worsen after 7 days
Continue to take ProspanÂ® Lozenges for an additional 2â€“3 days after symptoms have disappeared
Ivy leaf does not adversely interact with other medications and can safely be used by asthmatics
The lozenges have a slight orange and menthol taste and may contain air bubbles. The lozenges are derived from an active herbal substance therefore the colour and taste may vary slightly and does not affect the quality or efficacy of the product.
Ivy leaf should not be confused with poison ivy (Toxicodendron quercifolium), which is a different herb from the Anacardiaceae family (Ivy leaf is from the Araliaceae family)