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Mincof Cough Syrup is polyherbal Ayurvedic proprietary medicine manufactured by Shree Dhootapapeshwar Limited, Mumbai (India). This medicine is useful in treating cough and related problems. Mincof is useful in reducing bronchospasm symptoms such as cough, shortness of breath, wheezing (whistling sound made while breathing), fever, difficulty breathing, and nasal congestion.
The ingredients of this medicine is Adusa (Adhathoda vasica), Vanaphsha (Viola odorata), Mulheti (glycyrrhiza glabra), Kantakari (Solanum xanthocarpum), Baheda (Terminalia belerica), tulsi, haldi, pippali, and Bharangi (Clerodendrum serratum).
Following is given detail (composition, uses and dose) of Ayurvedic medicine, Mincof Cough Syrup.
Ingredients of Mincof Cough Syrup
Each 5 ml contains: Vasa 330 mg, Banapsha110 mg, Yashti 99 mg, Kantakari 88 mg, Bibhitak 77 mg, Tulsi 66 mg, Haridra 55 mg, Pippali 44 mg, Shunthi 33 mg, Bharangi 22 mg, Narsar 22 mg, Flavoured syrup base q.s.
Uses of Mincof Cough Syrup
- Productive Cough, Dry Cough, Whooping Cough
- Tonsillitis, Sore Throat, Smoker’s Cough
- Allergic Cough
- Bronchial Asthma (Tamaka Shwasa)
The Dosage of Mincof Cough Syrup
Infants – 2.5 ml thrice a day
Children – 5 ml thrice a day
Adults – 10 ml thrice a day