Dosage & Administration
Adults :
1 tablespoonful twice a day
Children :
2 teaspoonful twice a day

100ml and 200 ml bottle

Each 5ml contains aqueous extracts of:
Adulsa (Adhatoda vasaka) 200 mg
Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) 100 mg
Kantakari (Solanum xanthocarpum) 100 mg
Behada (Terminalia belerica) 50 mg
Jeshtimadh (Glycyrrhizae glabra) 50 mg
Sunthi (Zingiber officinale) 25 mg
Navasara (Ammonium chloride) 25 mg
Kapur (Camphor) 0.5 mg
Peppermint 1 mg
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Adulsa Plus Cough Syrup
Therapeutic Category : Anti-tussive Expectorant
  • Potent mucolytic
  • Quick liquefaction of phlegm
  • Enhanced muco-ciliary clearance
  • Instant soothing demulcent
  • Safe expectorant
  • Non-sedating & non-habit forming
  • Cough of varied etiologies (Kasa)
  • Bronchitis (Kasa roga)
  • Laryngitis (Galaugha)
  • Sinusitis (Pinasa)