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Herbal Choices with DOKTOR MOM®


DOKTOR MOM® cough lozenges & Syrup

DOKTOR MOM® Herbal Cough Syrup is powered by nature, and the 11 herbal extracts are used to relieve wet & dry coughs and soothe the throat.


  Liquorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra)



  Ginger (Zingiber officinale)



  Mint (Levomenthol / Menthol)



  Holy Basil (Ocimum sanctum)



  Turmeric (Curcuma longa)



  Malabar Nut (Adhatoda vasica)



  Indian Nightshade (Solanum indicum)



  Indian Nightshade (Solanum indicum)



  Cubeb Pepper (Piper cubeba)



  Bahera Fruit (Terminalia belerica)



  Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis)


Ayurveda and DOKTOR MOM®

Ayurveda creates harmony between the body, mind and spirit to help prevent and treat illness1. Instead of simply treating symptoms, Ayurveda searches for the root of a medical problem2, and gives the body the right tools to boost its immune system3 and heal faster. The practice uses a variety of powerful medicinal herbs to achieve its goals. And DOKTOR MOM® has harnessed many of these herbs to help alleviate both wet and dry coughs, and supports your body's natural defence mechanism to relieve coughs.

Herbal medications: Ayurvedic discipline

Part of the Ayurveda discipline is the science of combining herbs to create results far greater than the benefits of each herb in isolation. Every herb provides multiple functions; however, balancing the blend of herbs is crucial so that overall benefits are multiplied compared with taking single herbs in isolation4.

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  1. Ayurvedic Medicine. University of Minnesota. Available at (link is external). Accessed 28 November 2015.
  2. Illuminated Health. The Difference Between Ayurveda and Modern Medicine. Available at (link is external). Accessed 28 November 2015.
  3. The Ayurvedic and Naturopathic Medical Clinic. How To Boost your Immune System with Ayurvedic Medicine. (link is external). Accessed 28 November 2015.
  4. S. Parasuraman, G.S. Thing, S.A. Dhanaraj. Polyherbal formulation: Concept of ayurveda. Pharmacogn Rev. 2014; 8(16): 73-80.