Cocculine, a quick and easy solution for the whole family
This drug homeopathic medicine, which is traditionally used in motion sickness, is suitable for all family. Cocculine does not induce drowsiness and does not have a known drug interaction.
What's the use of Cocculine?
This drug is taken to relieve the most common symptoms of motion sickness such as nausea, dizziness, cold sweat, vomiting, drowsiness, fatigue and headaches in all modes of transportation. Catch should be stopped as soon as the symptoms disappear.
How to take Cocculine?
Orodispersible tablets, sold in pharmacies, melt in the mouth in a few seconds. The catch is fast and easy even for the youngest.
The dosage in adults:
- 2 tablets to be sucked 3 times a day the day before and the day of the trip. - 2 tablets to suck at the onset of symptoms. Renew the plug if necessary.
Dosage in children:
- 1 tablet to suck 3 times a day the day before and the day of the trip. - 1 tablet to suck at the onset of symptoms. Renew the plug if necessary.
For children aged 18 months to six years, the tablet should be dissolved in a little water.
Average public prices observed:
5.40 euros per box of 40 orodispersible tablets 7,10 euros the box of 6 tubes of granules in single-dose containers
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