Dry or productive coughs – children 1 year of age and older
Stodal® relieves all types of dry and wet coughs. Stodal® contains nine naturally sourced active ingredients and pasteurized honey. In addition to being a natural sweetener, honey is recognized by the World Health Organization as an effective form of relief for night-time coughing and sleeplessness due to upper respiratory infection. With Stodal®, there is no risk of overmedicating. The pre-measured cup makes it easy to pour and administer the right dose for your little one. Specially formulated for children 1 year of age and older, Stodal® does not cause drowsiness or any other known side effects and can be taken at the same time as other medications.
Give one teaspoon (5 ml) 3 times a day. Reduce with improvement.
- PULSATILLA 6CH: Dry cough in the evening and at night and loose (productive) in the morning with copious mucous sputum (secretion). Profuse, thick, yellow or yellow green secretions.
- ANTIMONIUM TARTARICUM 6CH: Relieves loose, coarse and rattling cough. The cough is unceasing leading to exhaustion. Great rattling of mucus but very little expectoration. The child makes pauses while breathing. The cough is excited by eating.
- COCCUS CACTI 3CH: Suffocative and spasmodic cough. Whooping cough excited by tickling in larynx. On first rising the child is struck by a whooping cough attack.
- IPECACUANHA 3CH: Suffocative, wheezing and incessant fit of coughing. Incessant and violent cough with inclination to vomit.
- BRYONIA DIOICA 3CH: Dry, spasmodic, hacking cough due to irritation in upper trachea. Worse at night. The child must seat; difficulty in breathing, stitches in chest.
- DROSERA 3CH: Principal medicine for the relief of whooping cough. Harassing and titillating in children as soon as head touches pillow at night. Spasmodic, dry irritative cough ending in retching. Can scarcely breathe due to cough paroxysms following each other very rapidly. Tickling in larynx arouses cough.
Stodal Syrup contains sucrose – 4g/5ml (or 16Kcal/5ml) – and therefore, is not recommended for diabetic patients.
A cough can be the result of respiratory tract infections such as the common cold, influenza or pneumonia. The vast majority of acute cough cases (less than 3 weeks) are due to the common cold.
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