Pascoleucyn® - One of the Best Medicine for Cold and Flu Season
Pascoleucyn® Drops is a homeopathic remedy to relieve symptoms due to colds and flu such as headache, stuffy nose, sore throat, cough and fever.
Made with echinacea, the drops can be taken as soon as the first signs of the cold or flu appear (cough, sore throat, exhaustion, headache, shivering, fever, etc). They can alleviate cold and flu symptoms so you feel like yourself again quickly.
When is the Best Time to Take Cold Remedies?
Pascoleucyn® can be taken at the first signs and symptoms of illness, or at the beginning of the cold and flu season. Here is when it’s best to take Pascoleucyn®:
- At the beginning of cold and flu season
- In times of stress
- When other family members are ill
- When there is a high amount of illness in the general community
How Should You Take Pascoleucyn®?
Pascoleucyn® is easy to take - just dilute a few drops into a glass of water and sip. Pascoleucyn® can be used in conjunction with other home remedies, like homemade flu remedies, hot chicken soup or vitamin C.
1 g (53 drops) contains:
Echinacea Ø 0.4 g
Eupatorium perfoliatum Ø 0.25 g
Baptisia tinctoria Ø 0.235 g
Thuja occidentalis 1X 0.1 g
Lachesis mutus 8X 0.015 g
Purified water, alcohol.
Contains 65% (V/V) alcohol.
Adults and children over 12 years: (acute) initial dose of 40 drops then 10-20 drops every hour thereafter maximum 12 times a day;
(chronic): 20 drops 3 times daily.
The drops should be taken diluted in some water.
Duration of Use: Do not use for more than 2 weeks.
Contraindicated in people who are hypersensitive to any plants of the daisy family. Do not use if you have progressive systemic diseases such as tuberculosis, leukemia and leukemia similar diseases, inflammatory disease of the connective tissue (collagenosis), autoimmune diseases, multiple sclerosis, AIDS, HIV infection and other chronic viral diseases.
Consult a healthcare practitioner if you have fever longer than 3 days or the fever is above 39°C. Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you have rheumatoid arthritis. Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you are taking immunosuppressants. Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
In isolated cases, hypersensitive reactions may occur with drugs containing Echinacea. Skin rash, itching and in rare cases facial swelling, respiratory problems, dizziness and a fall in blood pressure have then been observed. In these cases please stop taking your medicine and consult with a healthcare practitioner. If you experience any other side effects, please make sure to inform your healthcare practitioner.