Who should take Buccaline?


Buccaline helps to reduce your sick days and get you back to work faster. Even if you get the symptoms of a cold, you’ll find it will clear up quicker with Buccaline because your immune system is already in response.

In 1968 the Italian National Railway conducted a test on the efficacy of Buccaline. 1,550 of its employees were given Buccaline and another 1,415 employees a placebo. The results were impressive. The placebo group took 3.35 times more sick days than the employees who took Buccaline.


Buccaline helps to keep your little ones safe and well all year round. With a 3-day course of easy to swallow tablets, you’ll be able to reduce absent days from school and time off work needed to look after them at home. And if your child suffers from Asthma, Buccaline provides vital protection from the potentially serious complications a cold can cause.

Air Travellers

Buccaline provides great protection for those travelling by plane where the air is recirculated. Simply finish a course of Buccaline a few days prior to travel.


When it comes to complications of colds the elderly are especially at risk. That’s why we recommend the elderly take Buccaline monthly for maximum immunity protection.

How does Buccaline work?

Buccaline powers your immunity strength. The natural bacterial antigens in Buccaline stimulate lymphocytes, the body’s first line of defence against colds. That means if you are affected by a cold your immunity is in a much stronger condition to fight off serious bacterial complications that can develop with weaker immunity.

What are cold complications?

Cold complications are serious secondary infections caused by excessive bacteria when you have a cold.

Mucus that sits in the nose and chest during a cold can be a breeding ground for harmful bacteria. The bacteria in the nose and throat normally occur in very low numbers, but during the course of a cold, the bacteria can build up over a period of one week to 10 days. By this time, either the cold will begin to resolve and the mucus will go away, as well as the bacteria, or the bacteria will grow enough to cause a secondary bacterial infection.

These bacterial complications of colds can affect the sinuses, chest, or ears and can lead on to serious health problems such as sinus infection, asthma attacks, bronchitis, tonsilitis, ear infection and even pneumonia.

For people with chronic health conditions such as asthma, heart disease or diabetes the risk is even greater. That’s why it’s important to take preventative treatment and boost your immunity strength with Buccaline.

How to take Buccline

For ultimate protection during the cold season take Buccaline in March and another booster dose in June. The tablets should be swallowed whole with some liquid, preferably one hour before breakfast or lunch.


Children under 7

1 tablet on the first day.
1 tablet on the second day.
2 tablets on the third day.

Children over 7 years and adults

1 tablet on the first day.
2 tablets on the second day.
4 tablets on the third day.

This course may be repeated at intervals of 4 weeks during the winter months if required. Monthly dosage for those at risk.

Protection becomes effective a few days after the last intake.

Talk to us to see if Buccaline is right for you.