Himalaya Bresol | Review For Respiratory problems

Himalaya is one of the leading company for herbal products based on ayurvedic knowledge. Recently we came across an interesting syrup namely bresol. This was meant for chronic respiratory disorders like bronchitis.

I think this would be one of the best medicine for those with respiratory problems during the winter season.

It claims to remove the phlegm accumulation, decrease the chances of a cough and also kill any infection.

This seems to be a complete package for respiratory problems as it also enhances breathing.

Bresol composition:

It has three natural herb ingredients like

a) Turmeric which natural anti-infective and also anti-inflammatory.

b) Tulsi an antiallergic and bronchodilator

c) Vasaka a mucokinetic agent which helps to liquefy the phlegm and expel it from the respiratory tract.

Experience with bresol:

Bresol was taken once during winter at a dose of 10ml twice a day. The syrup was sweet like honey and had acceptable taste and flavor.himalaya bresol review

On the first dose, there was a significant reduction in phlegm and chest congestion.

On further use, the phlegm was gone entirely and even respiration was free.

But still, cough continued for a while even after four does.

I am checking its efficiency further.

Indications:

Bresol as per the company claims is good for

  1. Stuffy nose i.e.the congestion of nose due to allergic pollution.
  2. For pollen allergy
  3. bronchial asthma and also
  4. Allergic bronchitis

It is available as both syrup and tablet formulation. But it seems to be expensive than other formulations like septilin and pilex.

If one has a respiratory infection, you can get rid with septilin alone. But if you have even phlegm accumulation leading to wheezing sound in your respiratory tract, then bresol would be useful.

The formulation is said to have no side effects as per the company. And since they are herbal ingredients and most of them like turmeric and tulsi are used daily without side effects, their claims may be right. Still, the company claims to have no side effects based on their clinical research.

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