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Scheduling Status: S0 Proprietary name (and dosage form): Pholtex Bronchostop® Cough Syrup (Adults and Children 4 Years+). Composition: Each 5 ml syrup contains: 39 mg Thyme herb extract and 277 mg Marshmallow root dry extract. Pharmacological Classification: Complementary Medicine: Discipline Specific Traditional Claims D33.6 Western Herbal Medicine.
Scheduling Status: S0 Proprietary name (and dosage form): Pholtex Bronchostop® Cough Pastilles. Composition: Each pastille contains: 51.1 mg Thyme herb extract and 4.5 mg Marshmallow root dry extract. Pharmacological Classification: Complementary Medicine: Discipline Specific Traditional Claims D33.6 Western Herbal Medicine.
Proprietary name (and dosage form): Pholtex Bronchostop® Children’s Cough Syrup (Children 1 Year+). Composition: Each 5 ml syrup contains: 48 mg Marshmallow root dry extract and 250 mg Honey. Bronchostop Children´s cough syrup is a medical device according to the Directive 93/42/EEC. These unregistered medicines have not been evaluated by the SAHPRA for their quality, safety or intended use. For further information speak to your healthcare
professional. Further information is available on request from iNova Pharmaceuticals.