Exclusive formula developed by Laboratories Kaiten of Peru for the management of respiratory problems in children. Prepared on the basis of Garlic, Marigold, Walnut and Honey Bees.
Garlic (Allium sativum) The Garlic is traditionally used to treat respiratory problems due to its antitussives and expectorants, and is also one of the best natural antibiotic with activity against common pathogens involved in the infections of the respiratory system (see Garlic Kaiten) .
Mallow (Malva sylvestris L.) Its leaves contain mucilages, have small amounts of vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin C and E. Its contains mainly mucilages urónica of nature, which gives galacturonic acid hydrolysis, galactose, arabinose, and rhamnose, and anthocyanins whose Genina is the malvidol This plant has demulcent activity, anti-inflammatory, antitussive, mucolytics, slightly laxative and diuretic. Popularly its leaves are considered hypoglycemic.
Walnut (Juglans NEOTROPICA Diels) El Nogal is a tree of Andean origin in the composition of which are derived naphthoquinone (juglona, hidrojuglona), flavonoids (St. John juglandina), derived from quercetin (kaempferol), essential oil, terpenes unicycle, tannins Catechists, tannins , Derived polyphenolic acid, gallic acid, elágico, glycerides, hidroxitriptamina, amino acids and ascorbic acid. In Peru is traditionally used for management of cough. It has antiseptic properties, antifungal, queratinizantes, astringent, anti, hypotensive, hypoglycemic, antisudorales, tranquilizers and antibiotics.
Honey Bee. The composition of Honey Bees are sugars, organic acids, proteins and minerals (phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, iron, sodium and potassium), vitamin C, thiamine, riboflavin, nicotinic acid and pyridoxine. Apart from its nutritional virtues of honey has significant therapeutic qualities. Has been used for centuries for the development of formulas to relieve breathing problems due to their properties antitussives and expectorants. It also has broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity that covers pathogens commonly involved in respiratory infections (see Honey Oxapampa Kaiten).
Children: 2.5 ml to 10 ml after food