MG Packing: – 100 ML
M.R.P: – 69
Ambroxol is a secretolytic agent used in the treatment of respiratory diseases associated with viscid or excessive mucus. Ambroxol is indicated as secretolytic therapy in bronchopulmonary diseases associated with abnormal mucus secretion and impaired mucus transport. It promotes mucus clearance, facilitates expectoration and eases productive cough, allowing patients to breathe freely and deeply.
• Improves airway passage.
• Exhibits mucolytic, mucokinetic & anti-inflammatory activity.
• Potent bronchodilator.
• Soothes irritated throat.
Ambroxol, Guaiphenesin, and Levosalbutamol Syrup come under the branding ZUTER-L. It refers to the category of drug known as “expectorants” primarily used to treat cough associated with mucus. There are two types of cough dry cough and chesty cough. Coughing is an impulsive expulsion of air from the lungs through the epiglottis at an amazingly fast speed. Like a strong force of air, coughing is the human body’s mechanism for clearing the breathing passageways of unwanted irritants.
Ambroxol, Guaiphenesin, and Levosalbutamol Syrup are a combination of three effective medicines. Levosalbutamol acts by relaxing muscles and widening the airways of the lungs. Ambroxol works by thinning and loosening phlegm in the lungs, windpipe, and nose. Thus, helps to cough out phlegm easily. Guaiphenesin increases the volume of fluid in the airways, decreases the stickiness of mucus, and helps to remove it from the airways. Ambroxol, Guaiphenesin, and Levosalbutamol Syrup help provide relief from cough.
Use of these Ambroxol, Guaiphenesin, and Levosalbutamol Syrup should be under the supervision and guidance of a qualified healthcare professional:
Dosage, administration instructions and guidelines, and potential side effects may vary depending on the specific product and the individual’s medical condition:
Remember, always follow the recommendations of suspension provided by your healthcare provider or the instructions on the medication packaging:
Can I take Ambroxol, Guaiphenesin, and Levosalbutamol Syrup without a prescription?
The availability of these syrup without a prescription may vary by country and local regulations. It’s advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before using them to ensure they are appropriate for your specific needs.
How long should I take Syrup?
Take the Ambroxol, Guaiphenesin, and Levosalbutamol Syrup as long as your doctor has prescribed. However, if you face any side effects please consult your healthcare provider.
Are there any side effects of using Ambroxol, Guaiphenesin, and Levosalbutamol Syrup?
Side effects are rare, but they can include nausea, nervousness, and headache reactions in some individuals. If you suffer from any side effects consult your doctor.
Ambroxol, Guaiphenesin 50 mg & Levosalbutamol 1 mg