BoxaGrippal ® cold and flu tablets 200 mg / 30 mg FTA
vitamins and minerals to support normal immune function and energy metabolism
treated effectively cold symptoms and fights the inflammation in the body
• For cold symptoms such as neck, head, body aches, runny nose and fever
• Light taking - only up to 3 times daily
• With ibuprofen
• Also available as cold
Cold and flu tablets Eﬃciently relieve cold symptoms
When the nose is tight and the throat itchy, quick and efficient help is required. BoxaGrippal ®Cold pills are effective in relieving cold symptoms such as runny nose, sore throat, headache and body aches. In addition, they also fight the inflammation in the body, which can trigger or even worsen unpleasant cold symptoms in the first place. The tried and tested combination of ibuprofen and pseudoephedrine hydrochloride also lowers fever and clears the sinuses. This makes breathing through the nose easier again. The tasteless BoxaGrippal ® cold tablets are easy to swallow and you only have to take two tablets up to 3 times a day. In the case of more severe complaints, we recommend taking the higher-dose BoxaGrippal ®forte cold tablets. The BoxaImmun ® dietary supplement is an additional support for the normal function of the immune system during and after a cold .
cold and flu tablets 5-fold effect
By combining the tried and tested active ingredients ibuprofen (200 mg) and pseudoephedrine hydrochloride (30 mg), unpleasant cold and flu symptoms can be alleviated and inflammation in the body can be combated in a targeted manner. Ibuprofen has a pain reliever, anti-inflammatory effect and lowers fever. The ingredient is considered to be more stomach-friendly compared to acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) 1 and is more anti-inflammatory than paracetamol2. Pseudoephedrine hydrochloride also works like a "nasal spray from the inside": It combats nasal congestion and sinusitis. The mucous membranes in the nose and sinuses swell and the inflammatory secretion can flow away unhindered.
RECOMMENDED cold and flu tablets USE:
BoxaGrippal ®Cold tablets are suitable for use in adults and adolescents aged 15 and over. They are easy to swallow and practical for on the go. In the case of cold symptoms and flu-like infections, 1-2 film-coated tablets can be swallowed whole with a glass of water every 6 hours, preferably with meals. The maximum daily dose of 6 tablets must not be exceeded. BoxaGrippal ® cold tablets should not be taken for longer than 5 days without medical advice.
EVERYDAY cold and flu tablets & WORK
Acute cold symptoms such as a stuffy nose, headache, sore throat and body aches are very troublesome and impair performance in everyday life and at work. For quick relief, the in BoxaGrippal ®The combination of active ingredients contained in cold tablets has been tried and tested.
cold and flu tablets ON TRAVEL
Studies show that we often get sick during the long-awaited vacations. Most people suffer from colds while doing this. In order to still be able to enjoy the best time of the year, an effective medicine for the effective relief of annoying complaints should be in every travel bag.
SATISFIEDcold and flu tablets USERS
In a patient survey in 230 pharmacies, 93% of the more than 1,700 people questioned rated the effect of BoxaGrippal ® and 95% the tolerability as “good” to “very good”. 92% of users would even recommend the drug to others.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS cold and flu tablets & ANSWERS:
What works better - BoxaGrippal ®cold and flu tablets or cold juice?
The combination of active ingredients is the same in both BoxaGrippal ® preparations. Ibuprofen and pseudoephedrine with hydrochloride are included to specifically alleviate the symptoms and at the same time combat inflammation. Which medicine you choose depends on whether you prefer a liquid dosage form or film-coated tablets.
How do I avoid infecting other people with my cold?
Through droplet infection, people around you can very quickly become infected with a cold. In order to prevent the spread of the virus, we recommend that you follow our “cold etiquette” tips: Avoid shaking hands: In the so-called “fist bump”, only briefly clap your fists together to greet you; this means that - compared to traditional handshakes - only around a tenth of the germs are transmitted. Therefore, if you have a cold or a flu-like infection, it is better to avoid the conventional greeting. Don't cough into your hand! Better to cough in the crook of your arm. This keeps your hands clean and reduces virus transmission through hand contact. Regular hand washing is compulsory: the thumb is often forgotten when washing hands. Please always carefully soap and wash all fingers. Do not share: Even if you are otherwise generous, do not share drinking glasses or cutlery with an acute cold - this also helps to avoid infection. At night I find my cold particularly uncomfortable. What can I do to still sleep well?
If you have a cold, do not wrap up too warm at night. If you sweat profusely, change your sweaty clothing at night. It can also be helpful to place a bowl of water or a damp towel on the heater - moistened nasal and oral mucous membranes are less susceptible to cold viruses.
BoxaGrippal ® cold and flu tablets 200 mg / 30 mg film- coated tablets
Composition: One film- coated tablet contains 200 mg ibuprofen and 30 mg pseudoephedrine hydrochloride.
Other cold and flu tablets ingredients: lactose monohydrate, microcrystalline cellulose, sodium starch glycolate (type A), highly dispersed silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, poly (vinyl alcohol), titanium dioxide (E 171), macrogol 3350, talc.
Field cold and flu tablets of use:Symptomatic treatment of swelling of the mucous membranes of the nose and sinuses (rhinosinusitis) associated with headache, fever and cold-related pain in adolescents aged 15 and over and adults.
Warning: contains lactose. Aziende Chimiche Riunite Angelini Francesco - ACRAFSpA, 00181 Rome. Status: June 2020.
1 Stuck, BA et al., Guideline Rhinosinusitis Long Version, S2k Guideline of the German Society for Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, status 04/07/2017.
2 Moore RA, et al. Overview review: Comparative efficacy of oral ibuprofen and paracetamol (acetaminophen) across acute and chr on ic pain conditions. Eur J Pain 2015; 19: 1213-23.
3Klimek et al. Int J clin Pract 2017; 71.e12907 Factors associated with efficacy of an ibuprofen / pseudoephedrine combination drug in pharmacy customers with common cold symptoms.