- drink plenty: warm tea can help you cough up stubborn phlegm
- fresh air and damp towels in the bedroom help to moisten the mucous membranes
- nasal irrigation and red light therapy help with a runny nose
- elevating your head reduces the urge to cough in bed at night and makes it easier to breathe in the event of a head cold
- a bowl of classic, freshly made chicken soup or a vegetarian / vegan vegetable soup with ginger and turmeric provide vitamins and an energy boost
Inhaling the drops for cough and cold "Retterspitz Erkältungstropfen" or the drops for relaxation "Retterspitz Entspannungsöl" relieves coughs and clears the airways. Add three to four drops of Retterspitz Entspannungsöl or Retterspitz Erkältungstropfen to a bowl of hot water and inhale. Inhale deeply through the mouth, hold your breath for three seconds, and then slowly exhale through your nose. Additionally, you can add two drops of Retterspitz Entspannungsöl to a sugar cube or to a glass of warm water and take the mixture orally. The bronchial cream "Retterspitz Bronchial" will also help with catarrh: Apply a line of cream (approx. 5 cm) to the chest, back and flanks several times a day and massage in well.Mandatory information for Retterspitz Entspannungsöl
Active substance: Mint oil (100%)
Therapeutic indications: External use for muscle and nerve pain; upper airway catarrh. Internal use for flatulence; functional stomach, intestinal and gallbladder disorders; upper airway catarrh.
Warnings and precautions: Contains menthol. 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 Erkältungstropfen
Active 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.
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.