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La feuille de lierre : un expectorant naturel reconnu

Ivy leaf: a recognized natural expectorant

We all know ivy as this climbing plant that invades tree trunks and smothers them with their proliferation. Most often, it is used as a decorative plant on the facades of our houses or in interior decoration. The ivy leaf is also an effective homeopathic remedy and natural.

So why make it THE extraordinary component of Herbal Cough and Cold Syrup Children 0-9 ?

Its active ingredients

The hedera helix is the most common source of Ivy used for medicinal purposes. There are several active ingredients in this plant and the main categories include triterpene saponins, flavonoids, etc. Saponins are said to be key elements in its medicinal properties.

Through recognized observational studies*, ivy leaf extract has been shown to have bronchodilator and mucolytic effects.

In French, it gives medicinal properties that relieves coughs and clears mucus and secretions that coughs and colds generate.

Ivy leaf is used to relieve coughs , asthma, bronchitis, lung and bronchial support in children of all ages and in adults.

This is why we decided in our laboratory to manufacture a brand new syrup for Children. This Herbal syrup, with ivy leaf extracts, is effective as a natural solution. It helps combat the cough and cold symptoms that we all experience with every change in temperature.

Simple reminder, like all our children's products in the range Children 0-9 , this syrup is gluten free , no added sugar And without drowsiness . Its little is also without honey !


*Ivy leaf extract versus conventional expectorant therapy

A Ukrainian study group** conducted a CCT comparing ivy with acetylcysteine ​​in acute bronchitis. A total of 50 children were treated for 7 to 10 days with either a syrup containing ivy leaf extract or 300-1200 mg of acetylcysteine. Symptoms (cough, sputum, shortness of breath) improved in both groups after treatment. Compared to baseline, both treatment groups showed improved spirometric values ​​(FVC, FEV1, PEF) after treatment. Spirometric parameters were significantly better in the group receiving the ivy formulation. The authors conclude that ivy leaf has bronchodilator effects as well as mucolytic effects.

**(Bolbot Y, Prokhorov E, Mokia S, Yurtseva A. Comparing the effectiveness and safety of high concentration)