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Eucalyptus Pastilles
Size (1)*: 30gr (12 τεμάχια) clear please select size
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Eucalyptus Pastilles
Size (1)*: 30gr (12 τεμάχια) clear please select size

Pastilles with Eucalyptus, Propolis, Vitamin C and Spearmint, ideal to relieve sore throat, calm cough and ease breathing.



What it offers

  • Soothe the throat

  • Soothe cough

  • Ease breathing

  • Provide a sensation of freshness

  • Have mild antiseptic and antioxidant action

  • Strengthen the body


Why we formulated it
The pastilles with Eucalyptus are ideal to soothe sore throat thanks to Eucalyptus essential oil which decongests, eases breathing and soothes the throat, relieving from throat pain and cough. Spearmint essential oil refreshes the oral cavity and provides a sense of purity by removing the bad sensation left from the sore throat. Propolis has strong antiseptic action and simultaneously boosts the immune system, helping the body to cope effectively. Vitamin C is both a strong antioxidant and an immune system strengthener, contributing to soothe sore throat and fight cold. The Eucalyptus pastilles do not contain sugar and thus they can be consumed by diabetics.



How to use
Let the pastille to be slowly dissolved in the mouth.



Suitable for homeopathy.
Excessive consumption may have a laxative effect.


Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight.


Do not use after the expiration date printed on the packaging.



Nutrition declaration
Per 100g: Energy: 1671kj/393Kcal, Fats: 0.5g—Of which saturated: 0.3g, Carbohydrates: 97.2g—Of which sugars: 0.2g, Proteins<0.1g, Salt: 0.05g, Vitamin C: 124mg


Formulated with
Sweeteners (Isomalt, Sorbitol, Steviol glycosides), Acesulfame potassium, Vitamin C, Eucalyptus essential oil (0.8%), Spearmint Essential oil (0.4%), Propolis tincture (0.1%)


Formulated WITHOUT
Sugars, Mint, Camphor, Cinnamon, Caffeine, Artificial fragrance, Dyes, Preservatives



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  5. Ghisalberti, E. L. "Propolis: a review." Bee world 60.2 (1979): 59-84.

  6. Padayatty, Sebastian J., et al. "Vitamin C as an antioxidant: evaluation of its role in disease prevention." Journal of the American college of Nutrition 22.1 (2003): 18-35.



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