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Streptokill is 100% natural nevertheless the more effective killer of streptococci, other bacteria and mould. It uses primarily the astringent effect of tannins extracted from oak. These are specially concentrated in Streptokill and achieve exceptional anti-inflammatory effects supported by other natural extracts contained in Streptokill.

Sore throat

Dosage of Streptokill for sore throat

Sore throat can have many causes. Generally it is an infection that is as bad as is the condition of the tonsils. If the sore throat is caused by a viral infection, then mainly our immune system has to cope with it though Streptokill will help to deal with the consequences of the viral infection. If the originator of the sore throat is bacterial infection, then Streptokill can act directly against the source of the illness, e.g. against streptococcus pyogenes the cause of most tonsillitis, therefore its effect is quicker and stronger.

For sore throat you can easily follow the dosage indicated on the packaging of Streptokill, i.e. spray 5-20 times a day, 2-4 times directly to the affected area in the throat and swallow, or dilute Streptokill in a small glass 1 part of Streptokill (20 sprays = approx 2 ml) + 3 parts of water (teaspoon = ca. 6 ml) and gargle.


Sore throat

Sore throat is very common affair concerning most of us. Unpleasant sensation associated with this condition can range from mild to severe. Let’s mention some types.

Sore throat can have many causes, but the most common one are viral or bacterial.

What triggers the viral cause:

- common cold

- flu

- mononucleosis

Symptoms of common cold are flu like, only flu has stronger symptoms and they go on longer. Mononucleosis (glandular fever or kissing's disease) brings prolonged feeling of fatigue, sore throat and headache.

Bacterial causes:
- tonsillitis, diphtheria

- streptococcus bacteria

- gonorrhea and Chlamydia

Other reasons are:
- sore neck muscles

- reflux esophagitis

- irritants (air pollution, dust, etc)

- dryness

- allergies

- difficulty to swallow

- enlarged tonsils

- white spots or pus on tonsils

- scratchy throat

- hoarse voice

Before treatment, it is important to find the cause.

- spray STREPTOKILL directly into the throat. It can also be used to gargle with (diluted).

- gargling with salt solution, or various herbal teas or gargles.

- when caused by bacteria, usually antibiotics are prescribed.

Very important factor in sore throat prevention is high personal hygiene. Washing hand frequently, using hand disinfectants.

Reduce contact with ill people. Don’t share glasses, silverware, etc.

Don't smoke and stay away from smoky environment.

Reduce visits outside when air pollution is high.

Humidify air, when too dry.

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