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Zecuf Cough Syrup is a Ayurvedic Cough syrup used in adults and children for the treatment of cough such as allergic cough, smoker’s cough, seasonal cough and whopping cough in early stages. It contains tulsi, Yashtimadhu, harida, pushkarmool and other herbal constituents which help in treating cough.
All the herbal components in Zecuf Cough syrup works by broncho dilating (relaxing the muscles of lungs and widening airways), reducing viscosity of mucus, expelling cough and soothing respiratory system. It also reduces the irritation of bronchi and scavenge the free radicals (harmful cell damaging molecules) and protect the body cells and hence also enhances the immunity.
Always take Zecuf Cough syrup as directed by your doctor or for adult patients take 1-2 teaspoonful 3 times a day and for children ½ -1 teaspoonful 3 times a day. Inform your doctor if you are suffering from diabetes mellitus, fructose intolerance, glucose-galactose malabsorption or sucrase-isomaltase insufficiency and high blood pressure before taking this cough syrup. Use of Zecuf Cough syrup in pregnant and breast-feeding women should be avoided due to lack of safety data. Do not take Zecuf Cough syrup if you are allergic to any of its constituents.
Consult your doctor in case you experience any side effects after taking Zecuf Cough syrup.
Q: What is the use of Zecuf Cough syrup?
A: Zecuf Cough Syrup is a Ayurvedic Cough syrup used in adults and children for the treatment of cough such as allergic cough, smoker’s cough, seasonal cough and whopping cough in early stages.
Q: What is the dose of Zecuf Cough syrup?
A: Take this cough syrup as directed by your doctor or adults should take 1-2 teaspoonful 3 times a day and for children ½ -1 teaspoonful 3 times a day.
Q: Can diabetic patients take Zecuf cough syrup?
A: No, diabetic patients must not take this medicine as it contains sucrose, therefore consult your doctor before taking it. Zecuf Sugar free is the best choice for diabetics.
Q: Can pregnant and breastfeeding women take Zecuf Cough syrup?
A: Use of Zecuf Cough syrup in pregnant and breast-feeding women should be avoided due to lack of safety data. Inform your doctor if you are pregnant or breast-feeding before taking it.
Q: Is Zecuf Cough syrup suitable for children?
A: Do not give Zecuf Cough syrup to children less than 2 years of age. It is recommended for children above 2 years and dose for children includes ½ -1 teaspoonful 3 times a day. Always consult your child’s doctor for advice before administration of Zecuf Cough syrup to your child.
Written By Dr. R. Dinesh John Rajkumar, Pharm.D
Last updated on 22 Feb 2023 | 09:39 AM(IST)
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