Atusin

WHAT IS ATUSIN?

ATUSIN is pleasant-tasting syrup with beneficial effects on respiratory tract health, including the lungs, bronchial tubes, trachea, pharynx, and throat. It maintains the feeling of comfort in the throat and chest and facilitates breathing. It is also appropriate for children.

Content of the recommended daily dose for adults and children above 12 years of age (30 ml):

  • 49.98 mg of Propolis Water Extract (PWETM-MD ), standardised in terms of organic aromatic acids, obtained through a unique GREEN ExtractionTM method using a specially created three-component blend of brown, green, and red Brazilian propolis)
  • 1,8 g of standardised Plantago lanceolata L. extract
  • 6.66 g of Honey
  • 4.95 g of Glycerol
  • 11.64 g of Sugar.

​ATUSIN is a dietary supplement.

  • PWEтм-MD is a Propolis Water Extract, standardised in terms of organic aromatic acids, including phenyl ester of caffeic acid, ferulic acid, and cinnamic acid. It is obtained through a unique GREEN Extractionтм method using a specially created three-component blend of brown, green, and red varieties of Brazilian propolis. This extraction method ensures high levels of clean aromatic organic acids obtained from bee propolis and the elimination of almost all impurities and beeswax. Only water is used. No chemical solvents.

Unlike the alcohol extract, the water propolis extract has high concentrations of organic aromatic acids, which are the main biological active substances that have a beneficial effect on the health of the mucosa and the respiratory tract (lungs, bronchial tubes, trachea, pharynx, and throat). It maintains these organs in their natural physiological condition: healthy and clear.

  • The standardised Plantago lanceolata L. extract is obtained from ribwort plantain, which contains several types of biological active substances, including iridoid glycosides, flavonoids, and phenolic acids. This plant is included in the European Pharmacopoeia. It has been studied for many years, with proven beneficial effects on the health and functions of the respiratory tract and its epithelium.
  • Honey, glycerol, and sugar are conventional substances which, when taken orally, cover and moisten respiratory mucosa. In this way, they condition respiratory mucosa and facilitate and maintain comfort in the throat and pharynx.

 

WHAT DO WE NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COUGH?

Coughing is a natural defence reflex mechanism by which the body attempts to remove secretions or foreign objects from its respiratory tract. The respiratory tract (throat, pharynx, trachea, bronchial tubes, and lungs) is the gateway for a number of pathogenic microorganisms. This is why the respiratory tract is generally most affected by infections. Coughing occurs when specific receptors in the respiratory tract are stimulated. Once stimulated, the receptors send nerve impulses to the brain, which responds by transmitting a cough signal as the body attempts to remove the irritant.

When the body is healthy, it is able to successfully clear the respiratory tract by coughing. However, the cough reflex is not sufficient to expectorate the phlegm accumulated as a result of inflammation caused by flu, cold, or other viral or bacterial respiratory infections. Coughs are usually classified as either chesty or dry: 

  • chesty cough produces phlegm, which bonds pathogenic microorganisms in the respiratory tract. This phlegm is pushed up by the movements of the ciliated epithelium and is then expelled from the respiratory tract. However, due to its thick and sticky consistency, phlegm can be difficult to remove. This results in accumulation of phlegm in the respiratory tract, obstructed breathing, and worsening of the infection. In order to stop the infection and the cough, the body needs to release the accumulated phlegm. The natural process of removing phlegm can be facilitated by products which support epithelium functions and phlegm expectoration from the respiratory tract. 
  • dry cough is not associated with the increased production of phlegm and most often entails stimulation of receptors in the throat and pharynx which causes painful coughing. If the infection worsens, the dry cough may become chesty. Dry coughs may also be quite painful, as the persistent non-productive urges to cough irritate the throat by causing a scratchy sensation, strained chest muscles, and an overstrained respiratory tract. 

 

HOW SHOULD ATUSIN BE TAKEN?

Unless your doctor has recommended otherwise, take ATUSIN in the following dosing regimen:

  • Children from 0 to 5 years: 2.5 ml three times per day
  • Children from 5 to 12 years: 5 ml three times per day
  • Adults and children over 12 years of age: 10 ml three times per day

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.

Shake the bottle well before each use.

The packaging contains a measuring cup for simple, accurate dosing.

ATUSIN is not suitable for people with diabetes.

excessive consumption may cause a laxative effect.

 

SIDE EFFECTS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS

There are no known side effects of the product. ATUSIN is not appropriate for people with diabetes.

You can take ATUSIN both by itself and in combination with another product, after consulting your doctor.

 

STORAGE

Keep ATUSIN in its original packaging at a temperature of up to 25°С and out of the reach of children.

Do not use the product after its expiry date or if the integrity of the packaging is compromised.

ATUSIN must not be consumed later than 30 day after opening.