Coughing is one of the most common ailments and a sign showing the stress placed on our respiratory system from the environment we live in, or from our immune system faltering. From secondhand smoke, car exhaust, and cleaning chemicals, to pollen and dust, we're constantly surrounded by substances that can be damaging to our lungs. It's also one of the first symptoms of sickness in the body. Regardless of the reason, coughing can irritate the throat, and if not dealt with can lead to more serious issues.
Bakson's Cough Aid helps to treat the irritation from coughing, but also the headache/fever associated with many illnesses. Each ingredient alleviates symptoms and stresses from illness without harmful side effects or drowsiness.
Bryonia: Commonly called white Bryony, acts on mucous membrane and lungs. It relieves the soreness of the trachea and larynx thereby bringing relief from dry, hacking cough that is usually accompanied by hoarsness and chest pain.
Ipecacuanha: Commonly called Ipecac, has marked effect on bronchial secretions and pulmonary engorgement. It relieves dry, teasing cough associated with severe breathlessness, wheezing rattling in chest, gagging, and vomiting.
Antimonies Tartaricum: Commonly called Tartar emetic, acts on inflamed mucous membranes. It helps in clearing the accumulated mucus in the air passage, which is otherwise difficult to expectorate in attacks of bronchitis and dyspnoea.
Phosphorous: Commonly called Yellow Phosphorous, acts in inflamed respiratory passages and provides relief from hoarseness and dry cough with constant desire to 'clear the throat'.
Drosera Rotundifolia: Commonly called Sundew, acts mainly on the respiratory apparatus and gives relief from whooping and convulsive type of cough.
Justicia Adhatoda: Commonly called Vasaca, relieves breathlessness, cough and sneezing seen in acute inflammatory conditions of the respiratory tract.
Cough Aid not only relieves the symptom of the cough, but really helps to reduce the harmful effects that are the result of constant coughing.