Kiwiherb De Stuff Ear, Nose & Sinus Support. De-Stuff is a pleasant tasting formula that directly targets blocked sinuses or a stuffy nose. Made from the certified organic herbs elderflower, echinacea, peppermint leaf & ribwort. De stuff helps promote clear airways and aids the health of the mucous membranes lining the nasal passages and sinuses. With a fresh natural peppermint taste de stuff works quickly to help free up congestion. Naturally supports clear sinuses, nose and airways and supports healthy immune function. Very effective. Can be taken during pregnancy and breastfeeding. 100m
Nasal catarrh and congestion, blocked nose or ears, respiratory allergies, ear infections, upper respiratory system support, colds, sinus congestion, sinusitis.
Naturally supports clear sinuses, nose and airways and supports healthy immune function.
Shake well before use and dilute with water or juice before use
Adults: Take 5 to 10ml in a little water or juice two to three times a day.
Children 6 to 12: Take half the adult dose. Dilute with water or juice before use.
Who is Kiwiherb? Kiwiherb products are proudly manufactured by Phytomed Medicinal Herbs Ltd,New Zealands largest manufacturer of medicinal liquid extracts. Backed by one of New Zealands most well knows medical herbalists. Phytomed was initially set up to manufacture and supply herbal products to qualified health practitioners. Since launching their products onto the market, phytomed has established an excellent reputation among health professionals for producing top quality, high potency herbal extracts and formulations.
Each 1 ml contains certified organic herbal extracts equivalent to dried: Elderflower 115mg, Echinacea purpurea root 10mg, Peppermint leaf 50mg, Fresh ribwort herb 150mg, in a base of organic apple juice concentrate. Contains alcohol. Contains no artificial flavours, sweeteners, colours or preservatives, gluten, yeast or dairy derivatives.
Keep out of reach of Children. Use only as directed. Discontinue use immediately if you notice any adverse reactions. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.