The common cold is a type of viral infection that usually affects the upper respiratory tract of the person infected. The common cold will be affecting the nose primarily, but in the process will also affect the sinuses, larynx, and the throat. The common cold and influenza are both respiratory illnesses, but the two conditions are caused by different viruses. The patience that is affected by cold has symptoms that are very similar to persons who are suffering from influenza, as the influenza symptoms which are seemingly similar but are much more severe. While the cold symptoms can last for a few days, influenza symptoms can make you feel sick for a few days to weeks.
A cough is a protective, natural reflex intended to keep the airway clear. The urge to cough is a built-in reflex in your central nervous system, similar to the reflex to sneeze, swallow or yawn. The control centers for the cough reflex are in the same part of your brain where many functions related to survival are found, showing just how important it is for your health and safety to have the ability to cough. Cough can be triggered by both non-infectious causes, such as smoke, dust, and pet dander, or by infectious agents, like bacteria and viruses. A cough can also expel food that went down the wrong way, or a foreign object from getting into your lungs. It can be voluntary or involuntary as a reflex.
CC Drops covers symptoms such as wet cough, chesty cough which trigger excessive mucus, dry cough and cold with sneezing.
Dry cough, cough with phlegm, associated with cold, breathlessness. Helpful in severe cold and sneezing also.
Adullts: 15-20 drops to be given directly or after mixing in equal quantity water, three times a day. Children: Half dose or as prescribed by the physician