The advantage of this approach is evident: Grintuss does not act to suppress cough (which is one of our body’s important defence mechanisms) but instead aims at producing a “barrier effect” to protect the mucous membrane from contact with external irritants and thus indirectly combat inflammation.
It forms a protective film that adheres to the mucous membrane and protects it from contact with irritants.
It promotes hydration of the mucus and favours its elimination.
It reduces rubbing on the pharynx, which is the cause of cough.
Grintuss modulates the cough without suppressing it, thereby respecting the important role it plays in protecting the upper airways.