Tussnil Syrup

100 Ml


Categories: Respiratory and Allergy 

Tags: ColdBronchitisAcute & chronic coughCoughPharyngitisRespiratorySyrup 
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Tussnil Syrup

Tussnil syrup is an ayurvedic cough syrup that gives results without any side effects. It is one of the safest ayurvedic medicine for cough and other respiratory problems such as a cold that has anti-inflammatory properties. It works for all types of ayurvedic medicine for dry cough; whether acute or chronic. Apart from being a reliable ayurvedic cough syrup for dry cough, it helps people who have a sore throat and are experiencing early symptoms of the flu. This ayurvedic medicine for sore throat enables you to get relief from a variety of allergic symptoms that cause any type of respiratory discomfort.

This ayurvedic syrup for cough can be used by children as well since it is loaded with antioxidants. The ayurvedic medicine for dry cough and sore throat is formulated with potent herbs that enable it to be powerful in clearing the airway passage so you can breathe easily and feel better. If you are on the lookout for a cough medicine ayurvedic then Tussnil syrup is a great natural option. It is often called the best ayurvedic medicine for cough and cold since it helps alleviate all types of irritations associated with cough and cold. It helps strengthen the body’s immunity and helps to clear all three doshas.


Ingredient list

Tussnil is an ayurvedic medicine for cough and cold that works from inside. It helps clear all cough, cold, and sore throat symptoms and is beneficial for healing allergy symptoms as well. The formula for this ayurvedic powerhouse consists of various potent ingredients. Three of the ingredients along with how they help are described below.


  • Helps relieve cough

  • Has anti-inflammatory properties

  • Clears respiratory passages for easy breathing

  • Helps improve immunity

  • Helps relieve cold

  • Helps soothe a sore throat

  • Improves voice quality 


  • Has anti-allergic properties

  • Has anti-inflammatory properties

  • Rich in antioxidants

  • Helps balance the three doshas

  • Is an expectorant

  • Helps purify blood

  • Help prevent respiratory problems


  • Helps decrease anti-inflammatory properties

  • Reduces breathing difficulties

  • Helps relieve sore throat

  • Reduces throat pain

  • Helps reduce common cold symptoms

  • Has digestive properties


Sore throat, Cold, Cough and Flu:

Seasonal changes can be annoying as sore throat, cold, cough, and flu become common. Even if you have a strong immune system, if someone else has it then there is a chance that you might end up having these problems too. There are various causes that result in symptoms of these respiratory problems. Understanding how they are caused can help you get a deeper understanding of how to relieve the symptoms.


Causes of cold, cough and sore throat

There are more than 200 types of viruses that can cause cold. Approximately half of the colds are caused due to rhinoviruses. Other viruses that can lead to cold are coronaviruses, enteroviruses, human parainfluenza virus. The virus can enter through your eyes, nose or mouth. When someone who is sick sneezes then they can spread it to you since the droplets are present in the air. Apart from this, if you have physical contact with a person with cold then it can lead to you catching a cold too. Sharing mobile phones, earphones, towels, etc. can lead to cold as well.

Cough is caused by many conditions. One of the most common is a respiratory tract infection. Asthma can cause persistent coughing. Medications that are prescribed for heart conditions can cause cough although other medicines can cause coughing too. Allergies can cause coughing. Smoking can lead to coughing. If your vocal cords have been damaged then it can lead to coughing. Infections such as pneumonia can lead to coughing.  Gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD can lead to a cough. Some life-threatening diseases such as heart failure can lead to coughing.

A sore throat can be caused due to viral infections such as flu, chickenpox, common cold, and mumps. Dry air can lead to a dry mouth which causes sore throat. An injury that affects the throat can lead to a sore throat. Gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD can lead to a sore throat. Irritants such as chemicals can cause a sore throat in people. Some triggers of allergies can lead to sore throat. Postnasal drip can lead to a sore throat. Sometimes sore throat can be caused due to a tumour that is present in the throat.  


Ayurveda’s view on respiratory problems

Immunity problems are the basis of respiratory problems. In Ayurveda, it is bala which is associated with immunity. Ojas is the product when digestion is perfectly done and everything is balanced. Ama is often referred to as toxins and it is the product of improper digestion. Ojas helps improve immunity and helps improve overall health. On the other hand, ama, does the opposite. It causes more problems so that you have internal and external health problems. For example, it blocks channels and paths that hamper the proper functioning of the body. The important point to remember is that Ayurveda stresses that ama must be reduced.

When ama is more than ojas then immunity takes a hit. The sub-doshas under Kapha and Vata are responsible for the balance or imbalance of the respiratory system. Since the doshas are connected, one imbalance in one dosha can have a major impact on the other dosha. Another key point to remember is the mind and body connection. When the mind is in turmoil then the body will show it through problems such as cough and cold. Similarly, if the internal body is out of balance then you will feel negative and you will not feel good because your mind is affected directly. This relationship is important to understand because everything is interconnected according to Ayurveda.

Cold and cough usually affect you when the season changes. At the onset of winter, it is important to follow a vata-pacifying diet. A vata-pacifying diet includes incorporating all the six different tastes into your diet. It involves consuming lassi and paneer regularly. Adding juicy fruits helps to balance vata. Nourishing grains such as rice should be added to the diet and so should moong dal during this period. As the season is about to change from winter then it is best to start eating light grains such as barley and quinoa. Consuming astringent dals during this period is beneficial for you as it provides the right amount of proteins. You should always avoid cold drinks and foods.




1. Does it help to build the immune system or it improves the immune system?

Kerala Ayurveda’s Tussnil Syrup includes a significant ingredient called Vasa, which helps improve the immune system. 


2. Who can consume this syrup?

Tussnil syrup is a safe ayurvedic cough syrup that has little to no side effects. It can be consumed by children and adults. The ayurvedic cough syrup is great medicine for kids because it’s filled with antioxidants, and it helps clear dry cough and sore throat because of the powerful ingredients which help clear the airways.


3. Can pregnant women consume Tussnil Syrup?

Kerala Ayurveda’s Tussnil syrup uses naturally occurring ingredients and is safe for pregnant women. However, please consult your doctor before consuming if you are pregnant.


4. Is it available in tablet form?

No. Tussnil is Ayurvedic cough syrup, and it’s meant for cough and respiratory problems like common colds and other issues that cause inflammation.

5. As it contains Sunthi, can it cure digestive problems?

Yes. Sunthi is one of the major ingredients in Tussnil syrup with potent digestive properties.


  • Acute & Chronic cough
  • Common cold
  • Bronchitis
  • Pharyngitis
  • Laryngitis
  • Dry and unproductive coughs of all ages


Adults: 1 tablespoonful thrice daily or as directed by the physician.

Children: 1 teaspoonful thrice daily or as directed by the physician

PRESENTATION: 100 ml bottle pack.






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