PASCOLEUCYN cold and flu tablets

Pascoe pharmaceutical preparations GmbH

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PASCOLEUCYN cold and flu tablets

PASCOLEUCYN® tablets Areas of
The areas of application are derived from the homeopathic drug pictures.
These include: Colds.
Contains lactose.

Homeopathic medicine for respiratory diseases.

active cold and flu tablets ingredients

  • 16 mg Baptisia tinctoria D4
  • 16 mg Bryonia D1
  • 16 mg Eupatorium perfoliatum D2
  • 16 mg Thuja occidentalis D4
  • 16 mg Lachesis D8

cold and flu tablets excipients

  • lactose-1 water
  • cornstarch
  • Magnesium stearate (vegetable)

What Pascoleucyn® tablets are and what they are used for
Pascoleucyn® tablets is a homeopathic medicine for respiratory diseases.

The areas of application are derived from the homeopathic drug pictures. These include: Colds.

How to use Pascoleucyn® tablets?
Always take the medicine exactly as instructed in the package leaflet. Please check with your prescriber or pharmacist if you are not sure.

Unless otherwise prescribed:
Adults and adolescents from the age of 12: In acute conditions, let 1 tablet dissolve in the mouth every half to full hour, up to 6 times a day. An application longer than one week should only be done after consultation with a homeopathically experienced therapist.

In chronic forms, let 1 tablet dissolve in the mouth 1 to 3 times a day. If the symptoms improve, the frequency of application should be reduced.

Duration of use: Homeopathic medicines should not be taken for long periods of time without medical advice.

What Pascoleucyn® tablets, cold and flu tablets contain:
The active substances are: 1 tablet contains: Baptisia (HAB 1934) Trit. D4 (HAB, V.3a) 16 mg, Bryonia Trit. D1 16 mg, Eupatorium perfoliatum Trit. D2 16 mg, Thuja Trit. D4 16mg, Lachesis Trit. D8 16mg.

The other ingredients cold and flu tablets are:
lactose monohydrate, maize starch, magnesium stearate (Ph.Eur.).

Net cold and flu tablets quantity:
100 tablets