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Antica Farmacia di Camaldoli : natural cough syrup for children

€ 15.00


natural cough syrup for children

Balsamic syrup for the wellbeing of the first airways based on plants and derivatives. It's a recipe made by monks in the ancient laboratory of Camaldoli in Italy where natural medicines are made since the eleventh century until today.

It contains a special mixture of powerful plant extracts like Thyme, Eucalyptus and Pine that support & enlighten coughs and colds. 


suitable for

Children over 3 years of age.
It is recommended to take 2 tablespoons a day. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. 



Mixture of liquid cane sugar (sugar, water), fructose, caramelized sugar, natural flavoring, thyme extracts (Thymus Serpyllum L.) leaves 0,3%, eucalyptus (Eucalyptus Globulus Labill.) Leaves 0,3%, pine ( Pinus Sylvestris L.) 0.2% gemstones, grindelia (Grindelia robusta Nuttal) 0.2% top, sundew (Drosera Rotundifolia L.) 0.2% grass, helichrysum (Helicrysum Stoechas L.) 0.2% flowers, erysimum (Erysimum Officinale L.) 0.2% herb, Echinacea (Echinacea Angustifolia DC) 0.2% root, myrrh (Commiphora molmol Engler) 0.2% resin rubber, Tolu balsam (Toluifera Balsamum L.) balm 0.2 %, mountain pine (Pinus Mugo ssp.) or and 0.1%.

{ Content per daily dose of vegetable ingredients: thyme 6 mg, eucalyptus 6 mg, 4 mg pine, 4 mg grindelia, 4 mg drosera, 4 mg helichrysum, 4 mg erixyme, 4 mg echinacea, 4 mg myrra, 40 mcg balsam of Tolu, pine mugo o and 20 mcg. }


200 ml


The Ancient Pharmacy of Camaldoli

In the peaceful Casentino forest , close to Florence, the monks of the Monastery in Camaldoli have an ancient tradition of making natural remedies for patients in the hospital of Camaldoli. In an old document dating back to 1048 it is mentioned there were already recipes made for their patients .Today their ancient apothecary still carries these healing ancient natural remedies and supplements, skin and hair care, honey, teas and vitamins. 

Camaldoli was also known by the name Fontebuona because of the high quality of its waters, immortalized by the fountain by Ambrogio Traversari in front of the entrance. The building complex includes the medieval apothecary, the church, and the monastery, built beginning in 1046, when monks founded a small hospital near the temple. 


* Food supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied diet. Keep out of reach of children under 3 years of age. For pregnant women we recommend taking the advice of your doctor.