Grippostad hot drink


Base price: 1,19 / pc.

Grippostad hot drink

Grippostad hot drink The Grippostad® hot drink for the symptomatic treatment of mild to moderate pain such as headaches and/or fever.

PZN: 04548551 (Pharmazentralnummer)

Dosage form: 10 sachets of powder

Prescription type: prescription-free

Manufacturer: STADA Arzneimittel AG / EurimPharm Arzneimittel GmbH

Brand: Grippostad®

Package size: 10 pc.

Delivery time: immediately available: 1-3 business days with DHL

Product contains: 10 pc.

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Grippostad hot drink

Grippostad hot drink for the symptomatic treatment of mild to moderate pain, such as headaches, toothache, menstrual pain and/or fever.

Colds often start in the nose and throat area. Those responsible for the various cold symptoms are viruses that enter our bodies through the respiratory tract. It is generally transmitted by tiny liquid droplets that a person who already has a cold spreads in large quantities into the air when coughing, sneezing or speaking. Once the cold viruses have found their way into the organism, they mainly settle in the upper respiratory tract. There they find ideal conditions to multiply quickly and millions of times. The first signs of the disease appear as early as 1 to 2 days after infection. Since viruses cannot be fought directly, the focus is on treating the symptoms. Most colds pass without major after-effects, but if they are ignored, they can lead to serious complications. The Grippostad® hot drink is particularly suitable in the first few days of a cold. Paracetamol helps relieve pain and bring down fever. Grippostad® hot drink contains vitamin C.


Active ingredients:

600.0 mg Paracetamol. 50.0 mg ascorbic acid 95.0 mg aspartame citric acid, anhydrous ethyl cellulose 3.8 g sucrose silicon dioxide, colloidal 3.8 g total carbohydrates lemon aroma


Grippstad hot drink leaflet


You can find more product details about the Grippostad hot drink from the manufacturer: Stada – Grippostad.

For risks and side effects, read the leaflet and ask your doctor or pharmacist.