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South African tribes have been using Pelargonium sidoides, the plant that provides the active ingredients for EPs® 7630, for hundreds of years to cure coughs, upper respiratory tract infections and other infections.
Acute RTIs are common and can affect all age groups, particularly during the winter months. Most RTIs — between 90 – 95% — such as the common cold, sinusitis, ear infections, tonsillitis and acute bronchitis are caused by viruses. » more
Common cold, acute bronchitis, acute sinusitis? All viral respiratory tract infections start in the nose and throat and practically always in the same way: sore throat, runny nose, cough… » more
Unlike other remedies, EPs® 7630 tackles the root of the infection with a triple mode of action to combat respiratory tract infections (RTIs): it increases the body′s defence against viruses, it stops the growth of bacteria, it loosens mucus, and thus helps people recover and feel better faster. » more
EPs® 7630 is one of the best researched cough & cold phytomedicines in the world. Its efficacy and safety have been proven in over 25 clinical studies on more than 10,000 adults and children. » more
EPs® 7630 from Pelargonium sidoides recommended for children
The interview with Prof. Kamin, head of the department for Paediatrics in Hamm, Germany, provides more detailed information.» more
Acute respiratory tract infections (RTI) are common and can affect all age groups, particularly during the winter months. Most RTIs – between 90 - 95% – such as the common cold, acute sinusitis and bronchitis are caused by viruses. As antibiotics fight bacterial infections, not viruses, they are entirely ineffective in treating viral-induced respiratory tract infections. Inappropriate antibiotic use is the main cause for the globally increasing antibiotic resistance. It is therefore more and more important to find effective alternatives.
EPs® 7630 is one of the best researched phytopharmaceuticals on the market today. In numerous studies with more than 10,000 patients - both children and adults - the results show that the natural extract EPs® 7630 is effective and safe in treating respiratory tract infections.
EPs® 7630 tackles the root of the infection with a triple mode of action to combat RTIs:
EPs® 7630 reduces the severity of the symptoms and shortens the duration of the disease. As a result, it helps people feel better and get back to daily life faster. It is naturally safe and tolerable and even suitable for children from the age of one.
Respiratory tract infections usually start with a common cold, typically accompanied by a sore throat and runny nose, and may develop into bronchitis within three to four days of starting a cold. During the winter months, acute bronchitis is responsible for roughly every second medical consultation. More than 90 percent of such infections are caused by viruses and do not require antibiotic treatment. Despite the fact that nine out of ten respiratory tract infections are caused by viruses, the majority of children with acute bronchitis are still given antibiotic treatment.