Naturade Herbal Expec® with Ivi Leaf and Thyme supports your recovery.
Don’t let excessive congestion and an uncontrolled cough limit your enjoyment, productivity and quality of sleep. Choose Naturade Herbal Expec® to advance your recovery.
Naturade Herbal Expec® is a unique expectorant that includes a soothing blend of Honey with herbal extracts, to include Cocillana Bark, Euphorbia, Gingko Biloba, Grape Skin, Horehound, Red Clover, Rose Hips, Senega Root, Wild Cherry Bark and Wild Lettuce. The specialized action relieves mucus buildup and makes nonproductive coughs more productive and less frequent – allowing you to focus on what is important.*
Naturade Herbal Expec® is drowsy, drug-free, alcohol-free and dye-free. Naturade Herbal Expec® provides soothing relief you can really feel. Attack your cough and congestion with Naturade Herbal EXPEC!
The old formula works. Please give it back. We depend on it.
We do apologize but Unfortunately herbal expect with guaifenesin had to be discontinued because Guaifenesin is considered a drug by the FDA and we our a natural product company. The new formula works very well as well and it comes with Ivy Leaf and thyme and a lot of customers like the new formula which has the same great benefits as guaifenesin.
I wish they would bring the old formula with guaifenesin back. It worked really well and didn’t have a bunch of other drugs that I don’t need like most OTC cold medicines nowadays… and the old Naturade Expec formula worked much better than Mucinex for me and my family. Guaifenesin comes from a plant, like a lot of medicines, so it can be considered a natural drug.
Good to know. It hasn’t been on shelves for 2 yrs. That ingredient is in other cough formulas.
Unfortunately all the places I ordered this product from ( vitacost, Amazon) shows the expec as having Guaifenesin. When I received them, they show it’s a new formula and doesn’t have Guaifenesin as one of the ingredients. It does have Ivy leaf and Thyme, which tasted horrible. I’m not sure if they change the ingredients, but all the places that are selling it still shows the old bottle but ships you the new bottle.
Yes, you’re right. However, I didn’t mind the taste and it did work very well on the bronchial cough I had back in January. I was surprised that it worked the same as the original with the Guaifenesin. Unfortunately that seems to be out of stock everywhere I’ve looked.