Ricola Extra Strength with Natural Menthol provides powerful cough relief with a soothing syrup center.
Ricola tradition is based on a consistent blend of fine quality herbs to produce the world-famous Ricola original herb cough drops. Still to this day, the blend remains a well-kept secret.
Natural cherry combined with Ricola’s delicious mixture of Swiss alpine herbs. Refreshing and naturally effective.
Strong relief of coughs and sore throats with the added benefits of green tea and echinacea extracts.
Ricola Honey Herb takes the unique flavor of Original Herb Ricola and softens it with pure, natural honey.
A combination of honey, herbal lemon balm and echinacea work in harmony to bring soothing relief to sore throats.
A delicate, fruity blend of cherry and honey, seasoned with Ricola's herb mixture.
Lemon Mint is a flavor combination of the Ricola original herb blend and menthol, with a refreshing lemony taste. Ricola Lemon Mint offers relief from the discomfort of a sore throat as well as minor throat irritation.
A refreshing and soothing mix of natural menthol, eucalyptus oil and Swiss alpine herbs.
Raspberries, blueberries and currants: For a mixed berry flavor that is truly outstanding and a herbal freshness that is uniquely Ricola.
The first multi-symptom cough drop from Ricola provides relief for coughs and sore throats, all in one drop.
The secret of the 10-herb blend: Find out which herbs we use to create our famous recipe, how the herbs release their active substances and some of the myths that have been created!
"Melissa officinalis" is derived from the Greek "meliss-phyllon", which means "bee's leaf".
Horehound (Old English hār = white) revives energy at lightning speed, but not by stinging (like its sister plant, the stinging nettle).
‘Sambucus’ is the Latin name for Elder. The species name ‘nigra’ means ‘black’ and refers to the berries ripening in the shade.
The best-known herb from the Ricola 10-herb blend is extremely versatile and has many uses.
For Christians, the herb is symbolic of forgiveness for a hardened heart.
Sage is not just irreplaceable for the Ricola 10-herb blend. Numerous recipes achieve that special flavor by containing Sage.
The strongest pick of the Ricola 10 herbs: the name, Thyme, is derived from the Greek ‘thyo’, reflecting a Greek custom of calming the Gods with fragrant smoke of Thyme.
The lime flower has always been thought of as the sacred tree of love. Avenues of lime flowers line streets, giving off an intense, bewitching aroma that puts people in a good mood.
The origins of its name are the subject of fierce debate. The most sensible suggestion is the link to the Hebrew linguistic roots “êsôw or ezob”, which translates as “sacred herb”.
Wild thyme is thyme’s wild relative. It develops fewer blossoms but its effects last longer.