Flordis Prospan Lozenges 20 Pack
When you lead a busy life, the last thing you need is a chesty cough holding you back. For on-the-go, reliable relief, choose Prospan lozenges, the chesty cough medicine that’s easy to take.
Prospan lozenges provide on-the-go relief for chesty coughs. The non-drowsy, sugar-free, chewable lozenges are great-tasting, and suitable for adults and children from 6 years of age.
- Loosens and clears mucus
- Helps you cough less frequently and more effectively
- Relieves congestion
- Helps to this and break up chest mucus so it’s easier to clear your airways during a cold
- Soothes airways
- Assists in soothing the chest by opening and calming the airways associated with a chesty cough due to a cold, and shown to ease breathing symptoms in 91% of case
4 times per day
2 times per day
Prospan lozenges are not recommended in children under 6 years of age.
Prospan cough lozenges are non-drowsy and well tolerated in adults, adolescents and children 6 years of age and over. It is recommended that you talk to your healthcare professional if you have any questions about the use of Prospan lozenges.
Prospan contains sorbitol and potassium sorbate. Products containing sorbitol may have a laxative effect or cause diarrhoea.
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms or coughing persist, talk to your health professional.
Active Ingredients: Prospan chewable lozenges contain: Hedera helix (EA 575) extract 26mg equivalent to dry leaf 163mg.
Prospan lozenges do not contain any added gluten, soy, dairy, sugar or artificial colours. Prospan lozenges contain sorbitol. Products containing sorbitol may have a laxative effect or cause diarrhoea in some individuals.
Prospan lozenges are vegetarian friendly as they contain no animal derived ingredients.
What makes the Prospan range different?
Prospan chesty cough lozenges are a portable on-the-go member of the Prospan range. Prospan is the World’s No. 1 selling ivy leaf product* for soothing chesty coughs. The Prospan range is made from Ivy leaf, but not just any old Ivy leaf. In fact, the products contain a specific extract from the ivy plant (Hedera helix) – an extract known as EA 575. Prospan with EA 575 has been rigorously tested in clinical trials and scientific research to provide chesty cough relief.
Natural medicines can vary considerably depending on the species of plant chosen, the way the plant is grown and harvested, and the extraction and production processes used. So it’s essential that you get the same medicine that’s demonstrated efficacy in clinical trials.
That’s why a patented extraction process is used to make Prospan. It’s the result of 65 years of research and innovation, and it helps ensure that every batch of Prospan has the same reliable EA 575 formula that’s been shown to relieve chesty coughs.
Which Prospan product is right for me?
Prospan is available in different formats to suit your individual needs: the original Prospan liquid, a great-tasting formula that’s suitable for the whole family; Prospan Menthol, suitable for adults and children over 6 years, with a fresh menthol taste; Prospan soft lozenges, suitable for adults and children over 6 years, and handy when you’re on the go; Prospan for Children, a great-tasting formula that makes it easy for children of all ages* to take, and Prospan Drops, suitable for adults and children over 12 years, and easy to add to small amounts of water and other drinks.
*Not to be used not be given to children under 2 years of age without medical advice.
Can Prospan be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding?
Prospan lozenges are not recommended for use during pregnancy or breastfeeding as there are no published studies to establish it's safe to use during pregnancy or while breastfeeding. Your healthcare professional can discuss with you the risks and benefits involved in taking Prospan lozenges during these life stages.
Is Prospan likely to interact with any other medicine?
Specific medication interactions for Prospan lozenges have not been investigated, however, no interactions have so far become known based on extensive use worldwide.
As always it is recommended that you talk to your healthcare professional before using Prospan lozenges if you are concerned about interactions with any other medications, including any of those you get without a prescription.
Can I give Prospan to children?
Prospan lozenges are suitable for children 6 years and over. The soft chewable lozenges are easy to take and have a great tasting flavour.
Prospan lozenges are not recommended for children under 6 years of age. For children under 6 years, you can use Prospan for Children or Prospan. Prospan for Children and Prospan should not be given to infants under 2 years of age without medical advice.