Pelargonium sidoides reduces cough and phlegm in bronchitis study

Pelargonium sidoides can reduce coughing duration and phlegm production in bronchitis, a new study shows. The study used an extract of pelargonium sidoides, EPs(®) 7630, given orally at human equivalent doses, after inducing acute bacterial bronchitis in mice and guinea pigs to assess its antitussive, secretolytic, and anti-inflammatory effects.

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