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Tannenblut Cough Syrup by Hubner (250ml Cough Syrup)

Item #14397
Clear Up Chest Congestion Fast

Our Price: $22.50 22.5

Size: 250ml cough syrup

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Product Description:

Find fast relief from cough and bronchial irritation with soothing Tannenblut Cough Syrup. Clear up chest congestion, coughs, lung deficiencies and bronchial issues with this alcohol free, all natural syrup from Germany.

This product is an example of an old fashioned 1000 year old remedy that is both simple and effective.

Product Details:

Ingredients: Fir & Alpine juniper needles, Sage leaves, Peppermint, Fennel, Anise, Caraway, Thyme, Primrose flowers, Saponaria, Coltsfoot, Irish moss, Iceland moss, Lungwort, Linden flowers, Sassafrass root, Marshmallow, Rosehip, Elder Flowers, Plantain, Mullein, Sanicle, Gentian, Juniper Berries, Arnica Flowers.

EAN: 4010160000020

MPN: D-10017

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About Hubner:

Many years ago, as a matter of fact (and legend), in Germany's Black Forest, Anton Hubner, an enterprising monk and herbalist began creating blends of extracts and essential oils from the tips of the coniferous trees. He covered the branches in honey, place them in the sun and then extract the essence from the needles. When this preliminary extraction is complete other strategic herbal ingredients are added. The result is one of the very best cough syrups human kind has ever produced.