Viscoflu Gola

Viscoflu® Oral Spray in a medical device based on Ectociclina PROg® blend containing hydroglycerine  extract of Propolis and Grapefruit extract and Ectoin. Viscoflu® Oral spray is indicated as a protective treatment in case of inflammatory processes of the pharynxl and oral mucosa. Viscoflu® Oral Spray forms a protective film on inflamed mucous membranes through the action of the Ectocycline-PROg® mixture in which:

– the hydroglycerine extract of Propolis and Grapefruit synergistically combines the resinous fraction of propolis, based on polysaccharides capable of forming a protective barrier on inflamed mucous membranes, with grapefruit bioflavonoids with antioxidant action, in order to counteract inflammation and preserve the respiratory tract from aggression of pathogens.

– Ectoin, by binding to water molecules, has a moisturizing and emollient action.


  • Gluten free
  • With special cap to close the dispenser cap
  • Orientable dispenser


  • Children from 3 to 6 years:  apply 1-2 puffs in the mouth; repeat up to 3 times during the day
  • Adults and children over 6 years:  apply 2-4 puffs in the mouth; repeat up to 5 times during the day


  • 20 ml oral spray
Ingredient in 20 ml
Ectociclina PROg 6,4 g
 – ProG Phen 6,0 g
Ectoina 0,4 g
Glicerolo 3,4 g

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Pharyngitis, or sore throat, is inflammation of the mucous membranes of the oropharynx. In most cases, the cause is an infection, bacterial (usually streptococcal) or viral (like cold viruses or flu viruses). An inflamed and sore throat can also be caused by: allergies, trauma , laryngopharyngeal reflux, alcohol abuse, smoking, temperature changes, toxins and other environmental pollutants. In addition to the sensation of pain in the throat, people with pharyngitis often also experience difficulty swallowing, coughing, hoarseness, itching or lumpiness in the throat , redness of the mucous membrane.
Sore throat is not always limited to causing the annoying symptoms listed above but can also predispose to infection by other agents – of a bacterial nature – or it can lead to the extension of inflammation to other districts of the respiratory tree, in particular the middle ear, the trachea and the bronchi.


There are a few things you can do to help relieve the symptoms associated with a sore throat; for example:
• Drink plenty of fluids: Proper hydration helps relieve pain
• Avoid hot and spicy foods or drinks to avoid sore throat
• Avoid smoking and smoky environments, even passive smoking is irritating to the mucous membranes
• Gargle and rinse with mouthwashes or water and lemon / bicarbonate, to relieve swelling and soothe pain
The use of antibiotics in case of sore throat is not recommended because it is mainly of viral origin and only rarely bacterial.
Pharyngitis. Robert W. Wolford; Amandeep Goyal; Shehla Yasin Belgam Syed; Timothy J. Schaefer.