Cough syrup with strawberry flavor for children, 120ml
Complex Japanese medicine (syrup) Bufferin Orange is to treat the symptoms of a cold and flu in children from 3 months to 7 years. This is the last product available in the Japanese market.
This is an effective antiviral and anti-inflammatory agent. It relieves a sore throat, removes phlegm and cleanses the bronchi. Quite a bit improves breathing and reduces coughing.
It contains 2 active substances (paracetamol and diphenhydramine) that alleviate the symptoms of a the cold, such as fever, runny nose, sore throat, headache.
It consists of the simplest safe ingredients, which reduces the risk of side effects.
It does not contain aspirin and codeine, as well as caffeine, which interferes with the baby. Syrup can be safely given to а child the evening before bedtime.
This sweet syrup with strawberry flavor will appeal to children and make life easier for parents - it is much more pleasant and convenient to drink than regular tablets and pulvis.
The bottle has a special protective cap that only an adult can open. This protects against uncontrolled use of the medicine by a child, overdose and accidentally swallowing the cap.
Like everything made in Japan, Bufferin Orange (Bufferin S) passed strict quality control, is made of proven materials and does not contain impurities and allergens harmful to children.
Posology and method of administration:
Take a dose corresponding to the age 3 times a day after meals and at night if necessary.
Safe reception is possible up to 6 times a day with an interval of about four hours.
Posology and children age (single take):
3 months – 12 months: 3 ml
1year – 3 years: 6 ml
3 years – 5 years: 7,5 ml
5 years – 8 years: 10 ml
under 3 month: not to take!
The drug is equipped with a special safe cap. To open it, first press hard on the cap and in a pushed state, unscrew it counterclockwise. Close the cap clockwise.
Contraindications, warnings and storage conditions:
Always close the medicine with a safe cap after each dose.
A doctor must observe children under two years oldat the first sign of a cold.Avoid self-medication.
If the condition does not improve after 5-6 doses, consult a doctor.
While taking the drug, do not take other cold medicines, antipyretic analgesics, sedatives and antihistamines.
Consult a doctor before using the medicine for people undergoing outpatient treatment or allergic to constituent components.
Keep tightly closed away from direct sunlight in a cool and dry place out of the reach of children.