An herbal medicine and has been traditionally used to ease some respiratory complaints such as coughs, asthma symptoms, colds, fever, and boils.
Traditionally, in order to take Lagundi, the leaves should be boiled, steeped and strained.
What is NatureCheck Lagundi?
NatureCheck Lagundi 600mg tablet is an anti-asthma and cough remedy, extracted from natural and pure Lagundi leaves. You do not need preparations anymore such as boiling and straining, in order to get natural Lagundi’s medicinal value.
It is a greenish-brown to brown capsule-shaped tablet with distinct Lagundi odor
Has been verified and recommended by Philippine Department of Health (DOH), UP Manila, Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (PCHRD) and DOST.
Indications of NatureCheck Lagundi
For the relief of mild to moderate cough due to common colds, flu, and mild to moderate acute bronchitis
For the relief of reversible mild to moderate bronchospasm in adults with obstructive airway disease such as asthma and chronic bronchitis
NatureCheck Lagundi for asthma and allergic coughs
Histamine can constrict the bronchial tubes, and inflammation of mucus membranes can cause wheezing to asthmatics.
During an asthma attack, Leukotriene (an inflammatory molecule) is being released. Leukotrienes, like histamine, contribute to constricted breathing and inflammation of the lungs.
NatureCheck Lagundi has anti-histaminic and anti-inflammatory properties by inhibiting Leukotrienes.
NatureCheck Lagundi also has these antihistamines: casticin, luteolin, isoorientin
Benefits of NatureCheck Lagundi versus chemical-based cough remedies
NatureCheck Lagundi is NATURAL & SAFE
There has been no reported side effects
No risk of overdose
No known contraindication
NatureCheck Lagundi is EFFECTIVE
Not just for ordinary cough, but also for asthma and allergic cough
NatureCheck Lagundi is MORE AFFORDABLE
Dosage and Administration
Adult dose: One (1) tablet every 4 to 6 hours or as prescribed by the physician. Take with food.
Is NatureCheck Lagundi safe for pregnant and lactating women?
Safety among pregnant and lactating women has not been studied.