Why use Shaltoux lozenges?

Shaltoux, inspired by nature
    • Shaltoux lozenges is a unique combination 5 natural ingredients- licorice, beleric, ginger, turmeric and peppermint
    • Shaltoux lozenges provides effective relief from sore throats, all types of allergic cough, whether infective or of asthmatic origin. Shaltoux also helps in relieving cough due to irritants e.g. smoker’s cough.

    • Glycyrrhiza glabra (Licorice): Removes phlegm (a thick, sticky mucus), breaks mucus and produces soothing effect causing easy removal of phlegm with soothing effect on bronchi (a passageway for air from windpipe into the lungs).
    • Terminalia belerica (Beleric) and Zingiber officinale (Ginger): Kills germs and reduces the inflammation (swelling) that occur because of infection, sore throat and coughing.
    • Curcuma longa (Turmeric): Helps in reducing the inflammation caused by infection and coughing.
    • Menta piperita (Peppermint): Produces cooling action thus reduces the irritation caused by sore throat and coughing.

    • The use of natural ingredients like licorice, beleric, ginger, turmeric and peppermint for relief of sore throat and coughing is well accepted and safely used since ancient times.

    • Shaltoux lozenge is the combination of natural ingredients so chances of side effects are negligible and is suitable for adults, elderly and children above 6 years.

    • Shaltoux lozenge is nicely flavoured with natural and unique taste of Ginger-Mint, which not only improves the acceptability but also is easy to use without the need for water. It can be taken anytime with no need to crush and swallow.

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  • Cough is a sudden, forceful expulsion of air from the lungs that helps clear airways from mucus and irritants like smoke or dust
  • Cough can be dry (no phlegm) or wet (wherein phlegm i.e. thick mucus is produced)
  • The common causes of cough include infections, allergy, asthma and smoking

Cough due to allergy and asthma

  • Asthma and allergic coughs are typically caused by swelling or irritation of the windpipe (i.e. trachea)
  • Allergies like hay fever can cause a chronic dry cough. The common allergy-causing agents are dust, pet dander, pollen, or mold
  • Allergies can also worsen asthma symptoms, causing them to become severe.

Cough due to infection

  • The most common cause of cough due to infection is bacteria and virus (i.e cold and flu)
  • The cough may last for few days to a week
  • Infections caused by the flu may take a little longer to clear up and can sometimes require antibiotics

cough due to smoking

  • Also known as smoker’s cough
  • It is caused by the body clearing out the chemicals that enter the airways and lungs through tobacco use.
  • The cough may begin as a dry cough, it can eventually produce phlegm. Other symptoms include a sore throat and chest pain.

Sore Throat

  • Pain and irritation in the throat
    The most common reason is viral infections (like cold or flu) or smoking or allergies
  • The common symptoms are pain while swallowing, dry scratchy throat, bad breath and mild cough

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