Valda gums mint eucalyptus without sugar, softens the throat
Valda mint eucalyptus gum will soothe your sore throat by leaving a feeling of freshness and the typical mint and eucalyptus taste of the brand.
Valda is the story of a pastille with a long history. It was created in 1905 by Henri-Edmond Canonne, a Lille apothecary. Following the death of his wife because of typhoid fever, he immersed himself diligently in the study of hygiene and asepsis.
The result is the Valda pellet with gum Arabic and Eucalyptus essential oil.
It soothes the irritated throat thanks to the anaesthetic effect of menthol. The essential oil of Eucalyptus helps to decongest the bronchi and to evacuate the secretions.
Since 1988, Valda has marketed a sugar-free version of its famous pastilles. Its formula is based on two sugar substitutes, sorbitol and xylitol. It is they who give the pastille its sweet taste while leaving an impression of freshness, but without having the same effect as sugar on blood sugar.
Attention, excessive consumption can have laxative effects.
Packaging: box of 50 g or 160 g
For adults: 10 to 15 gums a day.
For children from 6 to 15 years: 10 gums per day maximum.
It is recommended to consume the lozenges slowly and at a distance from meals.
Not suitable for children under 6 years
Not recommended for people with allergies to local anaesthetics, high blood pressure or a history of epilepsy
The effects of this drug during pregnancy and lactation are poorly understood, their absorption during this period is not desirable without medical advice.