Napiers Elixir of Echinacea Complex is a traditional herbal medicinal
product used to relieve:
• the symptoms of the common cold
• flu type infections
• minor skin conditions
based on traditional use only. All the benefits of this popular herb are delivered in an easy-to-take, pleasant tasting liquid.
A highly concentrated, potent formulation, each 5 ml dose contains 640 mg extract of top quality Echinacea root, whose action is enhanced by the addition of Wild Indigo and Fumitory.
Napiers Elixir of Echinacea Complex contains extracts of Echinacea, Fumitory and Wild Indigo.
Adults, the elderly and children over 12:
One 5 ml teaspoonful three times a day.
Each 5 ml dose contains 1:1 liquid extracts equivalent to 975 mg of herbs per 5 ml of:
Also contains ethanol, anise oil, coriander oil, lemon oil, orange oil, elixir saccharin (saccharin sodium, water, 90% ethanol), colour solution (caramel, glycerin, 90% ethanol, water), glycerin, Fluid Extract Glycyrrhizae Special (water, glucose liquid, caramel, 90% ethanol, liquorice liquid extract, sorbitol), syrup (sucrose) and water.
Do not take this product if you:
Consult your doctor if there is a family history of allergic reactions.
This medicinal product contains sucrose (syrup), glucose and sorbitol. If you have been told by your doctor that you have an intolerance to some sugars, contact your doctor before taking this medicine.
This medicinal product contains 19% v/v ethanol (alcohol), ie up to 760 mg per dose, equivalent to 19 ml beer or 7.9 ml wine per dose. It may be harmful for those suffering from alcoholism and high-risk groups such as pregnant or breastfeeding women, children and patients with liver disease or epilepsy.
If you are already taking a medicine prescribed by a doctor please click for more information as Echinacea has been reported to have interactions with some drugs. click here.
What our customers say:
Traditional herbal registration number: THR 33656/0054
Our practitioner-strength Echinacea is an effective high-strength, combination formula that combines Echinacea angustifolia, preferred to Echinacea purpurea by many herbalists, with Wild Indigo and Fumitory.
Since 2011, herbal medicines
have to be registered to
ensure quality and safety.
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