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Intestinal & ENT

The intestinal tract is not fully formed at birth and develops gradually. In 2010, the Canadian Clinical Practice Guidelines for Nurses in Primary Care reported that constipation occurs in 60% of children during the first year of life. 

Pregnant women are also affected by constipation: a 2019 study by R. Modzalewsky estimates that 50% of women suffer from constipation during pregnancy.Furthermore, a lack of appetite in children is a source of worry among parents, and over extended periods it can affect growth (Kaymaz et al., 2015).In the upper respiratory tract, such as the nose and throat, viruses cause about 70% of throat infections between age 5 and 15 (G. Worrall, 2011).Discover our solutions!

respiratory tract

consumer: children aged 3 to 15 years
concern:ENT
active ingredients: propolis, honey, ivy
form: liquid spray
packaging: 30 ml bottle
flavor: marshmallow
dosage:3 sprays 3 times daily (9 total)

 

AppetitE

consumer: children aged 3 to 15 years
concern: intestinal
active ingredients: fenugreek, rosemary, chicory, turmeric, vitamin D3, iron, and iodine
form: liquid
packaging: 150 ml bottle
flavor: vanilla-caramel
dosage:20 ml once daily or in 2 divided doses

Comfort

consumer: pregnant woman
concern: intestinal
active ingredients: prebiotic corn fiber, tamarind extracts, marshmallow, and mallow
form: powder
packaging:30 sticks containing 5 g
flavor: lemon
dosage:2 sticks daily

flatulence-digestion

consumer: infants and children aged 6 months to 3 years
concern: intestinal
active ingredients: fennel, mallow, and prune
form: liquid
packaging: 150 ml bottle
flavor: date
dosage:10 ml daily

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contact@starwell-lab.com