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About Tussistin Cough Syrup
For the relief of cough and pain due to cough.
- Useful for dry hard cough, cough due to cold, accumulation of tough mucus in bronchi and larynx
- It covers dry and spasmodic, irritative cough and tickling in larynx
- Used in cases of bronchitis in old and feeble person
- It is also indicated in mild forms of cough from walking in cold air, morning and night, taking deep breath, etc.
Composition of Tussistin Cough Syrup
Each 100ml contains:
Antimonium sulphuratum aureum 5x 0.5ml: A remarkable remedy for many forms of chronic nasal and bronchial catarrh. Dry hard cough
Bryonia alba 2x 0.5ml: Dry, hacking cough from irritation, Cough, dry, at night; must sit up; worse after eating or drinking, with vomiting, with stitches in chest, and expectoration of rust-colored sputa.
Drosera rotundifolia 2x 0.5ml: Cough very deep and hoarse; worse, after midnight; yellow expectoration, with bleeding from nose and mouth; retching. Deep, hoarse voice; hoarseness; laryngitis. Rough, scraping sensation deep in the fauces and soft palate.
Eucalyptus globulus 2x 0.5ml: Burning and soreness in the chest, difficulty in swallowing.
Ipecacuanha 3x 0.5ml: Persistent nausea and vomiting is associated with cough. Continued sneezing; coryza; wheezing cough. Cough incessant and violent, with every breath. Dyspnea, constant constriction in throat
Excipients Q.S. to make 100ml , Alcohol content 3% v/v
Direction of use
Dosage: Unless otherwise prescribed, 1-2 teaspoon 2-3 times daily. ½ teaspoon every 1-3 hours during heavy cough. Children should be given half of the adult dose.
Side effects: No side effects of Tussistin Cough Syrup are known.
Contra-indications: No contra-indications for the use of Tussistin Cough Syrup are known.
Interactions: No interactions between Tussistin Cough Syrup and other products are known.