Primrose Primatux Kids 120 ml

(£10,60 / 100 ml)
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Description of Primrose Primatux Kids

Primatux Kids is a food supplement that has been developed on the basis of many years of professional experience in phytotherapy.
It contains liquid extracts of red poppy, European elder and fumitory. These liquid extracts contain a high concentration of active components that act synergistically, i.e. they reinforce each other's actions. The result is that this comple has a soothing effect on our respiratory tract. Primatux Kids also contains elderberry extract, which also has a favourable effect on immunity.
This package of Primatux Kids contains a measuring spoon, eliminating the need to count drops and enabling to always administer the same quantity of the active food supplement.
The packaging of Primarini Kids contains a handy pouring system so that you have no longer sticky bottles and always get the same dose of the active food supplement.


Calms quickly the respiratory tract also with POLLEN, portects and purifies.

Use of Primrose Primatux Kids

Children up to 10kg: 2 x 5 ml a day (max.3/day) 
Children up to 20kg: 2 x 10 ml a day (max.3/day) 
Children up to 30kg: 3 x 10 ml a day (max.4/day)
May also be dissolved in a little fruit juice, tea, water, milk, etc. to give it a better flavour.

Ingredients Primrose Primatux Kids

red poppy (Papaver Rhoeas)
European elder (Sambucus Nigra)
fumitory (Fumaria Officinalis)
Auxiliary agents: Water, carrier: glycerine, thickening agent: acacia gum, flavouring.
Does NOT contain any artificial preservatives, sweeteners, gelatine, lactose, animal substances, gluten or soy.

Side effects of Primrose Primatux Kids

No unusual reactions have been observed with the recommended daily amount.


The expiry date is shown on the box. Store at room temperature in a dry, dark place. Keep out of the reach of children.
(£10,60 / 100 ml)

Buy Primrose Primatux Kids

You can order Primrose Primatux Kids by Primrose, produced by Primrose Farma Belgica , in United Kingdom at FARMALINE by visiting the following category:
Health & Well-Being > Children > Respiratory System