CYSTUS052 may be an effective adjuvant in respiratory tract infections


This article aimed to investigate the clinical effect of a Cistus spp. (rock rose) extract (CYSTUS052) in comparison with extract made from Camellia sinensis (green tea) on 300 patients with infections of the upper respiratory tract. It observed a total of 300 patients (277 completers) treated with CYSTUS052 given in lozenges compared with treatment with an extract of C. sinensis. The patients scored the subjective severity of target symptoms using a predefined scale. The score of subjective symptoms decreased over the course of treatment with CYSTUS052, whereas treatment with C. sinensis resulted in a less significant decrease in symptoms.

Kalus U, Kiesewetter H, Radtke H. Effect of CYSTUS052® and green tea on subjective symptoms in patients with infection of the upper respiratory tract

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