You’ve probably heard me mention Sinupret several times. It is a must-have in my medicine cabinet, Sinupret is the first remedy I reach for when my children have a cold or runny nose. It’s a natural, non-drug, herbal remedy for runny nose and sinusitis. It works on the mucus, upper respiratory and promotes healthy nasal passages. It is very effective for runny noses, though only mildly effective for nasal congestion. It also helps with coughs caused by postnasal drip. For more information on Sinupret, please click here.
As you know, I try to stay away from pharmaceutical medications when possible, preferring natural, herbal and homeopathic remedies. Sinupret has none of the side-effects of over-the-counter colds and flu medication. It is non-drowsy and safe for adults and children. I use it for my children and myself during colds and flu. Sinupret is also the top-selling over the counter remedy sold in Germany. The Children’s syrup is pleasant tasting, my girls can take it by the spoon or in a syringe. Now that they can swallow tablets, I’ve also stocked up on the tablet forms too.
Even the respected pediatrician Dr Bob Sears recommend it. Dr Bob Sears is also the author of The Autism Book: What Every Parent Needs to Know About Early Detection, Treatment, Recovery, and Prevention
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I usually purchase Sinupret in bulk whenever I go to Singapore because I wasn’t able to find it in Malaysia. In Singapore, it is available in most Guardian Pharmacies, though not in Watson’s. It is also available on iHerb.com
This week, I made it my mission to hunt it down here in Kuala Lumpur and found a distributor for Sinupret in Malaysia. The Sales Manager was kind enough to call me back. Based on my conversation, he was able to tell me where I can buy it in Malaysia. Unfortunately, not many pharmacies here stock it currently. But he also offered to help me out if I needed to buy larger quantities. I know for certain MedSense Pharmacy near SJMC stocks Sinupret in Malaysia;
MedSense Pharmacy, No.12 Ground Floor, Jln SS12/1B, Subang Jaya. Tel: 03-56382110
In Malaysia, Sinupret Children’s Syrup retails at RM36.80. The Sinupret tablets are RM39. Ingredients include Radix Gentianae, Flores Primulae, Herba Rumicis, Flores Sambuci, Herba Verbenae. Do not take Sinupret if you are hypersensitive to any of the ingredients. Please check with your medical practitioner if it is suitable for you.
Hope this helps!
Hi Marissa, every time when you travel to Singapore to purchase supplements, do you ever encounter any problem with customs in Singapore and Malaysia when you bring the supplements back to Malaysia?
I’ve never had any problems bringing supplements when crossing the border by car or when flying.
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