ScotBeauty’s KofScot cough syrup is inclusive of a significant ingredient that is helpful in improving the immune system.
KofScot cough syrup is a safe ayurvedic cough syrup that has little to no side effects. It can be consumed by children and adults. The ayurvedic cough syrup is great medicine for kids because it is filled with antioxidants, and it helps in clearing the dry cough and sore throat because of the powerful ingredients which provide assistance in clearing the airways.
ScotBeauty’s Ayurveda KofScot cough syrup makes use of naturally occurring ingredients and is safe for pregnant women. However, you must consult your doctor before consuming if you are pregnant.
No. KofScot is Ayurvedic cough syrup, and it’s meant for cough and respiratory problems like common colds and other issues that are causing inflammation.
Yes. Bharangi is one of the major ingredients in KofScot cough syrup with potent cough relieving and digestive properties.
Yes, people with high blood sugar levels can take KofScot since it is sugar-free.
Yes, KofScot is an Ayurvedic decoction-based syrup that works effectively for various types of cough like dry cough, wet cough, allergic cough, and even cough caused by pollution.
No, KofScot is made using 100% natural ingredients and does not contain alcohol. However, we suggest you avoid excessive consumption of the syrup.
KofScot contains natural herbs like Tulsi, and this herb is beneficial for the respiratory system.
The recommended dosage for children below 12 years of age is 1 – 1.5 teaspoons, thrice a day or as directed by the physician.
Yes, KofScot can be used in the case of whooping cough as it is made using natural ingredients and has no noted side effects. It is advised that in acute cases, it should be used under medical supervision.
Yes! KofScot is a natural product and it contains herbs like Honey, Tulsi, Raanphsa, Bharangi, and Kantkari that have protective as well as curative properties. Moreover, KofScot is useful in protecting the respiratory system against air pollution and other toxins.
Yes, KofScot is even helpful in case of a smoker’s cough.
What is the mechanism of action of cough medicines?
If cough medicines work, it’s thought that they do so in a variety of ways, depending on the active ingredient:
Antitussives are thought to reduce the cough reflex. Dextromethorphan or pholcodine, for example.
Expectorants, such as guaifenesin or ipecacuanha, try to loosen secretions so you can cough up the excess mucus.
Antihistamines inhibit the release of histamine. This helps to minimise congestion and the amount of secretions produced by the lungs. Brompheniramine, chlorphenamine, diphenhydramine, doxylamine, promethazine, and triprolidine are some examples.
The blood vessels in the lungs and nose narrow as a result of decongestants (constrict),
Questions to bring up with your doctor
Is it a cause for concern that my cough hasn’t gone away?
Is it true that I’m infectious if I cough?
Would antibiotics help me get rid of my cough?
Is it possible that my cough is caused by smoking?
Is it possible that my cough is caused by allergies?
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