Broncafect 60t

$104.95 AUD


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:
    1 tablet
    Glycyrrhiza glabra (Licorice) ext.
    ext. equiv. dry (root)
    Echinacea purpurea ext.
    ext. equiv. dry (root)
    Asclepias tuberosa (Pleurisy root) ext.
    ext. equiv. dry (root)
    Zingiber officinale (Ginger) ext.
    ext. equiv. dry (rhizome)
    Marrubium vulgare (White horehound) ext.
    ext. equiv. dry (herb)
    Thymus vulgaris (Thyme) (herb flowering) essential oil 10mg

    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.
    • Contraindicated in hypertension (including women who are prone to hypertension during pregnancy), oedema and in those taking thiazide or loop diuretics.
    • Caution is advised in patients receiving prednisolone or midazolam by injection. Caution in those taking warfarin or albendazole.
    • Contraindicated in patients taking nifedipine.
    • Daily doses of dried Ginger in excess of 4 g are contraindicated in patients who are already taking blood-thinning drugs such as warfarin or aspirin or who have an increased risk of haemorrhage. Caution for patients taking aspirin at daily doses of Ginger less than 4 g.
    • Ginger should be used cautiously in patients taking antacids (it may decrease the effectiveness as ginger increases gastric secretory activity) or crizotinib.
    • Contraindicated in patients taking immunosuppressant medication (e.g. transplant patients) - short-term therapy only is suggested in this instance.
    • The risk of allergic reaction to Echinacea is very small, especially if preparations of the root are used since these are free of pollens.
    • Avoid long-term use in patients taking antihypertensive medications, digoxin and potassium-depleting drugs other than thiazide and loop diuretics (such as corticosteroids). Caution is advised in patients taking cilostazol, due to the risk of hypokalaemia. Place patients on a high-potassium diet.
    • Caution is advised in patients taking phenprocoumon.
    • Children under two years of age should not be treated for symptoms of respiratory tract infections without medical advice.
    • Discontinue 7 days prior to general anaesthesia.
    • This product is intended for short-term use. The duration should not exceed 8 weeks.
    • If coughing persists, seek additional professional advice.
    • If patient symptoms persist, seek additional professional advice.
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