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Lehning ®


natural honey flavourings (0.42%), lemon, essential oils of sweet fennel seed and star anise (badian), ascorbic acid (0.38%), natural colourants: riboflavin, elderberry concentrate, sweetener
Hydroalcoholic extract of propolis (3.06%)

Product overview

50 g box

ACL 34015 4121226 1

Chewable mass

Pâte Suisse for sore throats

Pâte Suisse Propolis & Honey

Sucking pastille
Consult your pharmacist.


Propolis, a natural resin collected by bees, is used to protect and cleanse the hive. The honey flavour naturally brings sweetness.

  • Sugar-free
  • Sweetened with Stevia
  • Acacia gum arabic base
  • Pleasant taste
  • Lactose-free, gluten-free, gelatin-free.

Excess use may produce a laxative effect.

Usage Instructions

Sucking pastilles

8 to 12 pastilles to be sucked per day
Children aged 6 to 15 years: suck 4 to 6 pastilles per day.


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