Kaloba Pelargonium Cough and Cold Relief Oral Drops

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Active ingredients

10 g (= 9.75 mL) of oral solution contains 8.0 g extract from the roots of Pelargonium sidoides DC (1 : 8 – 10) (EPs® 7630).

Extraction solvent: 11% ethanol (w/w).

1 ml (approximately 20 drops) of Kaloba Oral Drops, solution contains 120 mg ethanol (alcohol) equivalent to 2.4 ml beer or 1.0 ml of wine.

Pack size(s)

20 ml

Permitted claim

Traditional herbal medicinal product used to relieve the symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections including common cold, such as sore throat, cough and blocked or runny nose, based on traditional use only.

Further information from the manufacturer

Always read the label.

Kaloba Liquid is a traditional herbal medicinal product used to relieve the symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections such as the common cold, sore throats and coughs exclusively based on long standing use as a traditional remedy.

For best result Kaloba should be taken as soon as you know you’re getting a cold. After relief of cold symptoms, treatment should be continued for a further 2-3 days in order to avoid a relapse. Kaloba should not be taken continuously for more than two weeks.

Kaloba can be taken by adults, the elderly and children from six years of age.

A doctor should be consulted immediately if symptoms continue for more than one week, if there is a raised temperature for several days, or there is shortness of breath or blood in the sputum.

Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Kaloba is one of the few herbal cold remedies on the market that contains Pelargonium. Pelargonium sidoides is a member of the geranium family, which has long stalked leaves that are mildly aromatic, heart shaped and velvety.

Registration holder and address

Dr Willmar Schwabe & Co. KG, Karlsruhe, Germany

UK Distributor: Schwabe Pharma (UK) Ltd Alexander House Mere Park Dedmere Road Marlow Buckinghamshire SL7 1FX

Traditional Herbal Registration number

THR 05332/0003

Manufacturer’s web link