What is sinupret used for?
Sinupret® (manufactured by Bionorica, Neumarkt, Germany and imported into the United States by Bionorica, LLC) is a unique herbal combination used to treat sinusitis or acute and chronic bronchitis.
Is sinupret an antibiotic?
Sinupret® loosens thick mucus, opens the nose, and helps to drain the mucus. As a result of its anti-viral and antibacterial effect, Sinupret® eXtract combats not only the symptoms but also the cause.
When should I take sinupret?
Sinupret extract is swallowed with some liquid (e.g. a glass of water) without chewing 3 times a day (morning, noon and evening). If you have a sensitive stomach, you should preferably take Sinupret extract after meals. Unless otherwise prescribed, the duration of treatment is: 7-14 days.
How effective is sinupret?
Our current study result shows that administration of the herbal drug Sinupret® syrup (3.5 ml / 3 times daily) is effective in the treatment of acute viral rhinosinusitis in children aged 6 to 11.
How long can I take Sinupret?
Sinupret Forte dragees should not be taken for longer than 7-14 days.
Is Sinupret an antihistamine?
But if I take Sinupret, there is an antihistamine effect, in that allergens don’t get me sneezing, my nasal passages clear, and gradually, the accumulated mucus in the sinuses goes away.
Is Sinupret herbal?
Sinupret is an oral tablet, containing an herbal dry extract combination of gentian root, primula flower, sorrell herb, verbana herb, and elder flower.
How long can I take sinupret?
Is sinupret herbal?
Is Sinupret natural?
Sinupret Adult Strength Sinus + Immune Support All Natural, Fast Acting Herbal Nasal Passage & Immunity Boost Supplement with Verbena & Elder Flower – 25 Tablets.
How many sinupret do I take?
Sinupret: Unless otherwise prescribed: Adults: 2 dragees 3 times daily. Children of School Age: 1 dragee 3 times daily. Sinupret dragees are to be swallowed whole with some liquid, if necessary. Sinupret Forte: Adults and adolescents from the age of 12 years: 1 dragee 3 times per day.
Is sinupret natural?