Weefsel Pharma - A Top Rated Global Manufacturer and Exporter of Bromhexine in India
As a much renowned and top rated pharmaceutical manufacturing and exporting company from India, we at Weefsel Pharma, feel highly obliged and are more than proud to have been able to offer a vast range of core and allied healthcare products, that symbolize the finest world-class standards; falling under multiple categories.
We feel extremely overwhelmed to have been able to come up with such great results in this highly competitive world of pharmaceuticals, while we are proudly moving ahead with the primary objective of producing and providing the world with affordable and best quality healthcare solutions, in order to create a healthier environment for both mankind and animals.
It should be noted here that we have included both branded as well as generic medicines in our product portfolio, having exclusive segments for both human healthcare as well as veterinary medicines.
We are more than elated to have been able to get a much strong foothold while establishing a stable market for our products and services; that spans over more than fifty countries, and feel ambitious to expand it even further.
Talking about the medicines that we are exporting worldwide, Bromhexine is a pharmaceutical drug that has seen much demand. We as a globally reputed Bromhexine manufacturer and exporter in India, are maintaining world-class standards in each of our production units.
Combinations of Bromhexine Manufactured by Weefsel Pharma
- Dextromethorphan + Bromhexine + Ammonium Chloride
- Dextromethorphan Hydrobromide IP + Bromhexine HCL IP + Ammonium Chloride IP
Dosage forms of Bromhexine Manufactured by Weefsel Pharma
|Weecof Syrup||10mg + 8mg + 100mg||View|
|Dextromethorphan, Bromhexine and Ammonium Chloride Syrup||10mg + 8mg + 100mg||View|
|Amoxicillin and Bromhexine Capsules||250mg + 8mg, 500mg + 8mg||View|
|Bromhexine, Guaiphenesin, Terbutaline and Menthol Syrup||2mg + 50mg + 1.25mg + 0.5mg||View|
What is Bromhexine?
Derived from the Adhatoda vasica plant, Bromhexine is a mucolytic drug used in the treatment of respiratory disorders associated with viscid or excessive mucus. It is used to decrease the viscosity of mucus in the airway, enhancing mucus clearance, apart from a variety of other respiratory conditions associated with increased mucus secretion. This pharmaceutical drug is widely available as a common OTC medicine.
Recently, bromhexine and its metabolite ambroxol have garnered interest for the potential prevention and treatment of COVID-19 due to their interactions with cell receptors in the lungs.
How is the mechanism of Bromhexine?
Bromhexine is supposed to inhibit the transmembrane serine protease 2 receptor (TMPRSS2); whose activation has a crucial role in viral respiratory diseases such as influenza A and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS).
Off late, in vitro researches have suggested the action of ambroxol (which is a metabolite of bromhexine) on the angiotensin-converting enzyme receptor 2 (ACE2), prevents the entry of viral envelope-anchored spike glycoprotein of SARS-Cov-2 into alveolar cells or increases the secretion of surfactant. Hence it is useful in the treatment of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) as well.
Popular Treatments or Diseases and Health Issues associated with Bromhexine
- Common Cold
- Cough caused by Common Cold
- Nasal Congestion
- Whooping Cough
- Airway secretion clearance therapy
When to avoid taking Bromhexine?
- Allergic reactions
- History of allergic reactions to similar medicines (Consult Doctor)
- Heart oor Lung problems (Consult Doctor)
- GIT issues (Consult Doctor)
- Liver disorders (Consult Doctor)
- Severe neurological disorders (Consult Doctor)
Popular Brand Names of Bromhexine
- Benadryl Chesty/Forte
- Brofentol Plus
- Broncholyte Elixir
- Duro-Tuss Chesty/Forte
- Robitussin Chesty/Forte
- Ventilate Forte (combination of bromhexine and salbutamol)
Substitutes of Bromhexine
- Aniline or substituted anilines
- Aromatic homomonocyclic compound
- Aryl bromide
- Aryl halide
- Hydrocarbon derivative
- Organic nitrogen compound
- Organohalogen compound
- Organonitrogen compound
- Organopnictogen compound
- Primary amine
- Tertiary aliphatic amine
- Tertiary amine