What is Kaloba good for?
Kaloba® is a sugar-free, colouring-free, non-drowsy formula that may be beneficial for the relief of cough and cold symptoms in adults and children 1 year and above*. It relieves the symptoms through its ability to support the body’s immune system against the infection.
Can Kaloba be taken daily?
May provide relief for discomfort associated with common cold and mild cough. FC Tablet: Adults & children over 12 years: Take 1 tablet 3 times per day. Children between 6-12 years: Take 1 tablet 2 times per day (morning & evening). Syrup: Adults and children >12 years: 7.5-15 mL 3 times/day.
How to take Kaloba drops?
Take 20 drops three times daily. The correct dosage can be taken straight from a spoon or mixed with half a glass of water. The entire contents of the glass should be drunk straightaway. Take one dose in the morning, midday and evening.
What are Pelargonium Sidoides for?
Pelargonium sidoides is an herb that has been used in traditional medicine in South Africa for centuries to treat infectious respiratory disease, dysentery, and diarrhea. The root extracts are used in Germany for the treatment of respiratory infections (1).
Does Pelargonium Sidoides really work?
Yes. Pelargonium sidoides, a species of South African geranium used for centuries in Zulu medicine,2 shows promise as an herbal remedy for respiratory infections. Two randomized trials show that extracts of P sidoides improve symptoms of acute bronchitis which, like the common cold, is usually caused by a virus.
Does Pelargonium sidoides really work?
Is Pelargonium sidoides safe?
Speak with your healthcare provider before using any herbal supplement. Due to the lack of safety research, pelargonium remedies should be not be used by children, pregnant women, or nursing mothers.
What is Pelargonium sidoides side effects?
Commonly cited side effects include stomach upset, nausea, heartburn, or worsening respiratory symptoms. Pelargonium contains a substance known as coumarin that acts as an anticoagulant (blood thinner).
How do I get rid of a cold in 5 minutes at home?
Here are 12 things you can do to relieve cold symptoms and feel better.
- Drink plenty of fluids.
- Get enough sleep.
- Use saline drops.
- Gargle salt water.
- Take pain relievers.
- Take a spoonful of honey.
- Use a humidifier.
- Sip warm liquids.
What is the difference between a geranium and a Pelargonium?
The main difference between Pelargonium and Geranium is the shape of their flowers; the two upper petals of Pelargonium flowers are different from the three lower petals, whereas the five petals of Geranium flowers are identical. Pelargonium and Geranium are two plants of the same family: family Geraniaceae.
How do you get rid of a cold in 1 hour?
What knocks out a cold fast?
Water, juice, clear broth or warm lemon water with honey helps loosen congestion and prevents dehydration. Avoid alcohol, coffee and caffeinated sodas, which can make dehydration worse. Rest. Your body needs rest to heal.
Can you eat Pelargonium flowers?
The leaves and flowers of scented geraniums are edible. Thanks to the essential oils in their leaves, they lend not only decorative touches but also a fine aroma to meat dishes, salads and desserts. Varieties with a lemon aroma add zest to salads, sorbets or tea.
What are Kaloba oral drops?
Kaloba oral drops are a fast-acting, effective, and natural way to support the body’s natural immune response. Kaloba goes to work quickly to help the body’s natural defences respond promptly against the attack of winter ailments, ills and chills. “Tha active ingredient of Kaloba comes from the roots of the plant Pelargonium sidoides.
How effective is Kaloba for bronchitis?
Another study last year in the journal Phytomedicine tested Kaloba against a range of infections, and found it effective against virtually all of them except bird flu: [iii] “The Pelargonium sidoides extract EPs® 7630 is an approved drug for the treatment of acute bronchitis in Germany.
What is Kaloba®?
Kaloba® contains a natural medicine from the roots of the South African plant Pelargonium sidoides. This proprietary extract, EPs®7630, is scientifically developed by the global leader in phyto-pharmaceutical research, Dr Willmar Schwabe, Germany.
Can Kaloba help with herpes?
The fact that Kaloba has anti-viral properties as well as anti-bacterial has led to tests in unexpected areas, such as the herpes virus that causes both cold sores and genital herpes: