Zistrosen Spray

Zistrosen Spray

Mouth and throat spray

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Quantity: 50 ml
( € 49,60 / 100 ml)
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The cistus is probably the most polyphenol-rich plant in Europe and a true all-round talent. The leaves of the shrub exude a herbal aroma. This comes from the resin of the cistus, the ladanum.

In the Mediterranean region, the herb of the cistus has always been dried and used for warming teas during the colder months of the year. The mouth and throat spray is the ideal companion for at home and on the go.

Water, alcohol, cistus
Spray 2 strokes 3 to 4 times daily in water or undiluted in the mouth and throat.
Ingredients per daily dose: (8 strokes): 1.5 ml extract of cistus leaves and flowers (10%) (Cistus incanus)
Due to the natural ingredients, a slight cloudiness is possible. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. Not a substitute for a varied diet. Keep out of reach of small children. Store at room temperature, dry and away from light.

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