Article in the Daily Express and Scottish Daily Express by Mary Gold
THE number of people suffering from serious coughs, colds and flu is at the highest for three years, according to Public Health England and groups such as children, people with asthma and the elderly are most at risk.
It is regulated by the national Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and has been shown in more than 100 clinical studies to be anti-viral, antibacterial and effective at loosening mucus. Kaloba can be bought in pharmaceutical grade quality, unlike other over-the-counter natural cough and cold remedies.
It is suitable for people with asthma and other vulnerable groups, unlike most readily available treatments, including echinacea.
Kaloba holds a licence based on 30 years of traditional use and it is reassuring to see pelargonium has some clinical studies to support its immune boosting, anti-viral and anti-bacterial benefits
Using Kaloba will not only reduce the severity of symptoms but also get you back on your feet more quickly.
Kaloba is available as oral drops and pleasant-tasting, sugar-free syrup, suitable for children six and over, and also in tablet form, suitable for children 12 and above.
Dr Dick Middleton, Chairman of the British Herbal Medicine Association adds: “People want to get back to health quickly and Kaloba is an effective medicine to relieve symptoms of infections such as the common cold.”
Kaloba is £5.25 (20ml liquid & 100ml syrup) and £5.99 (32 tablets, buy one, get one free on packs of 16).
Visit http://www.kaloba.co.uk for more information.