Tulsi, Pippali, Vasa, and Kulanjan are all ingredients in Kuka Cough Syrup. Tulsi is an Ayurvedic herb that boosts the body's resilience to microorganisms and other factors that can trigger coughing episodes. The Ayurvedic cough syrup also contains vasa, which helps to relieve coughing. Pippali aids in the prevention of coughing. Kulanjan aids in the dilation of the airways and the control of asthma attacks. Kuka Cough Syrup is an Ayurvedic cough suppressant.
It is used to treat all forms of coughs, providing immediate relief from dry and productive coughs, colds, sore throats, and clogged noses.
Because it is non-alcoholic, it has a non-drowsy formula.
Direction of use
Take two tablespoons three times per day. Children from six to twelve should only be given one teaspoon three times a day. For smaller children, half a teaspoon can be administered three times per day.
Store at a room temperature.
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