- drink plenty: warm tea can help you cough up stubborn phlegm
- steam inhalation, steam baths, fresh air and damp towels in the bedroom help to moisten and relieve the mucous membranes
- elevating your head reduces the urge to cough in bed at night
- a bowl of classic, freshly made chicken soup or a vegetarian / vegan vegetable soup with ginger and turmeric provide vitamins and an energy boost
The bronchial cream "Retterspitz Bronchial" acts directly and effectively on the respiratory organs. It loosens phlegm and assists the body in coughing it up while simultaneously reducing the frequency of coughing. Apply a line of cream (approx. 5 cm) to the skin on your chest, back and flanks three times a day and rub it in with your hands until it has been completely absorbed. This allows the active ingredients to work their way into the bronchial tissue. After rubbing in the cream, keep the treated area warm. The drops for cough and cold "Retterspitz Erkältungstropfen" also alleviate the symptoms of a cold. Add two to four drops to a glass of warm water and drink the mixture.
Mandatory information for Retterspitz Bronchial
Active substances: Racemic camphor, levomenthol and thymol
Therapeutic indications: External use for colds in the respiratory tract (such as cold, hoarseness and uncomplicated bronchial catarrh).
Warnings and precautions: Contains cineol, cetostearyl alcohol, as well as fragrances with limonene, citronellol and linalool. Contains 45 mg alcohol (ethanol) in 1 g cream. In children under 5 years, only rub on the back. Do not apply to the eyes. See package leaflet.
For information about risks and side effects, read the package leaflet and ask your doctor or in your pharmacy.
Mandatory information for Retterspitz ErkältungstropfenActive substance: Eucalyptus oil (100%)
Therapeutic indications: External use for rheumatic complaints and catarrhs of the upper respiratory tract. Internal use for catarrhs of the upper respiratory tract.
Warnings and precautions: Contains cineol. See package leaflet.For information about risks and side effects, read the package leaflet and ask your doctor or in your pharmacy.