Cough in summer? Take Lagundex

Summer is here in the Philippines! And haven’t you noticed in the past few weeks, the weather’s been erratic? One time it’s really sunny and the next thing you now, it begins to rain. No wonder people are getting sick.

At home, my mom now has this really bad cough. In the office, my colleague’s down with the cough, too. And that’s mainly because of the changing weather — not to mention that inside, where there’s air-conditioning, it’s cold and when you step outside it’s very, very hot. Their cough is at the point wherein water therapy just won’t do; they’d have to take medicine to get well. So I gave them something I was introduced to recently that can help stop their cough: Lagundex syrup.

Lagundex

Lagundex Syrup 300 mg/ 5 ml

Made from lagundi leaf, an herbal plant that has been studied and trusted by the Department of Health (DOH), Lagundex is guaranteed safe because it strictly complies with the manufacturing requirements of the Philippine Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and is made under good manufacturing processes to ensure its quality and efficacy.

I gave my mom and friend Lagundex 300 mg/5 ml syrup that came in peppermint flavor. They had similar comments about it: the texture was okay, not too thick; the taste was sweet with a cool peppermint hint to it. Though my officemate wished that the peppermint taste was stronger to help soothe her throat further.

The recommended dosage is 2 teaspoons (10  ml) 3 to 4 times a day. So far, they feel a lot better after taking Lagundex. I’ll be checking out after a week to see how effective it is against cough, especially the one that’s due to colds.

Lagundex 300 mg/ 5 ml also comes in a sweet orange flavor that kids will like (yep, Lagundex is safe to give to kids, too). For adults who want a higher milligram dosage, there’s Lagundi Forte syrup (600 mg/ 5 ml) and Lagundex tablet (600 mg).

Lagundex is already available in leading drugstores. It is distributed by New Marketlink Pharmaceutical Corporation. To know more about Lagundex, call NMPC’s hotline at 8365838 to 47.

(PR source: Johanna Abdulkadil of Havas PR Agatep)

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