Broncafect 60t

$109.95 AUD

Brocafect® Tablets: Respiratory Support


Brocafect® Tablets contain herbs used in Western herbal medicine to decrease the symptoms of the common cold and for the relief of mild bronchial coughs.


  • Echinacea root is traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to decrease the symptoms of the common cold including sneezing, cough, runny nose and general malaise.
  • Pleurisy Root, Licorice, White Horehound and Thyme are expectorants traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to clear excess respiratory tract mucus.
  • Licorice root is used in traditional Western herbal medicine as a demulcent, antitussive and antispasmodic to relieve mild bronchial coughs.
  • Pleurisy Root and Ginger root are traditionally used in Western herbal medicine as diaphoretics.


Adults: 1 tablet 4-8 times daily.
This product is intended for short-term use.


Each Tablet Contains:
Glycyrrhiza glabra (Licorice) extract
ext. equiv. dry (root)
107 mg
750 mg
Echinacea purpurea extract
ext. equiv. dry (root)
750 μL
375 mg
Asclepias tuberosa (Pleurisy root) extract
ext. equiv. dry (root)
750 μL
375 mg
Zingiber officinale (Ginger) extract
ext. equiv. dry (rhizome)
6 mg
180 mg
Marrubium vulgare (White horehound) extract
ext. equiv. dry (herb)
360 μL
180 mg
Thymus vulgaris (Thyme) (herb flowering) essential oil 10 mg

Allergen Information

  • No Added: Gluten, soya bean, milk, lactose, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, crustacea, egg, sesame seeds or artificial colours.
  • Vegan friendly.


Calcium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate, colloidal anhydrous silica, hypromellose, magnesium stearate, maltodextrin, microcrystalline cellulose, sodium starch glycollate.


  • Contraindicated in pregnancy and in conditions such as hypertension, oedema, and those on diuretics.
  • Caution is advised in patients receiving prednisolone or midazolam by injection and those on warfarin or albendazole.
  • Contraindicated in patients taking nifedipine.
  • Caution for patients on blood thinners like warfarin or aspirin, especially with high doses of ginger.
  • Use ginger cautiously with antacids or drugs like crizotinib.
  • Contraindicated in patients taking immunosuppressant medication.
  • Long-term use caution in patients on antihypertensive medications, digoxin, and potassium-depleting drugs.
  • Children under two years should not use this without medical advice.
  • Discontinue 7 days prior to general anaesthesia.
  • Short-term use recommended, not to exceed 8 weeks.
  • If coughing or symptoms persist, seek additional professional advice.