Zecuf Cough Syrup

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Omer Says:
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I took Zecuf cough syrup for the past day & skin rashes appeared today... Should I stop taking it? And what are some alternatives?

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Roy Says:

Hi Omer, sorry to hear about your rashes. Is Zecuf the only medicine that you have started taking recently? If so, then it sounds like a possible allergic reaction and yes, I would recommend that you stop taking it to see if the rash will clear up. It also wouldn't hurt to check with your doctor to make sure it's nothing serious.

According to the manufacturer, Zecuf Herbal Cough Remedy Syrup is used for Cough, Whooping cough, Digestion, Diarrhea, Liver disorders, Arthritis pain and other conditions.

Zecuf Herbal Cough Remedy Syrup contains:
- Adhatoda Vasica Leaf Dry Extract
- Aloe Barbadensis Root Dry Extract
- Curcuma Longa Rhizome Dry Extract
- Glycyrrhiza Glabra Root & Rhizome Dry Extract
- Inula Racemosa Root Dry Extract
- Menthol Crystals
- Ocimum Sanctum Leaf Dry Extract
- Piper Cubeba Root Dry Extract
- Solanum Indicum Root Dry Extract
- Terminalia Belerica Root Dry Extract
- Zingiber Officinale Rhizome Dry Extract

Zecuf Herbal Cough Remedy Syrup works by treating diarrhea and other digestion problems; stimulating the production of saliva; treating heart and respiratory diseases; decreasing the pain and swelling; causing mild to moderate inhibition of both specific and non-specific cholinesterase; improving the blood circulation and preventing cell death around the wound; decreasing the inflammation and thinning the mucus secretions; killing bacteria; clearing respiratory tracts for easier breathing; decreasing the inflammation; reducing the spasms in the digestive tract.

[1] Zecuf Herbal Cough Remedy, Synergy Meditech, Website

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