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Sinupret is an herbal supplement that is claimed to be beneficial for supporting healthy sinus and respiratory function. It is commonly used for the treatment of allergies, coughs, colds, and sinus infections. Unlike other herbal or dietary supplements, a lot of research has actually been done to confirm the effectiveness of this particular product. Potential side effects of this supplement include dizziness, upset stomach, and skin irritation.

What Is Sinupret?

Sinupret® is a popular herbal supplement claimed to support healthy sinus and respiratory function. It is one of the most commonly prescribed products in Europe and is gaining popularity in the United States. Although the European versions of this medication are sold under different names (Sinupret Forte and Sinupret Drops), they contain the same active ingredients as the versions available in the United States (Sinupret Plus and Sinupret for Kids).
Sinupret is commonly used for coughs, colds, sinus infections, and allergies.
(Click Sinupret Benefits for more information about possible uses of this product.)

Who Makes It?

These products are made by Bionorica AG, a German manufacturer of herbal remedies.

Sinupret Ingredients

Sinupret Plus tablets contain the following active ingredients:
  • European elder 36 mg
  • Common sorrel 36 mg
  • Cowslip 36 mg
  • European vervain 36 mg
  • Gentian 12 mg.
Sinupret for Kids syrup contains the same active ingredients, although it is unclear exactly how much of each ingredient it contains.
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