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The first signs of winter, temperature fluctuations and voice strain (singers, teachers, public speakers, sports coaches, etc.) can be hard on the throat and vocal cords. The Puressentiel 100% natural origin active ingredient Honey-Lemon lozenges are indicated to relieve throat discomfort in the event of hoarseness and soothe tired vocal cords (erysimum).

They combine the traditional properties of lemon and honey essential oils with erysimum, known for its soothing action. Honey from the hive is collected using responsible and eco-friendly methods. When you purchase this product, you are also contributing to the protection of bee populations by supporting the French beekeepers group "Un toit pour les abeilles ".

✓ Relieves throat discomfort in the event of hoarseness1
✓ Soothes tired vocal cords1


1Erysimum extract - Lemon essential oil - Honey

Children aged 7 and +: 3 lozenges per day for no more than 7 days. Adults aged 12 and +: 6 lozenges per day for no more than 7 days.

Not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women, children under the age of 7, or people allergic to hive products or pollen. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of the reach of children. Does not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. For people on medical treatment, seek advice from a health professional. Excessive consumption can have laxative effects.

Avenue Molière 144 1050 Bruxelles - Belgique

Ingredients and quantities for 6 lozenges: Bulking agent: isomalt, dry extract of aerial parts of erysimum (Sisymbrium officinale)
100 mg, lemon zest essential oil (Citrus limon) 72 mg, natural flavouring, honey 9.6mg.


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