- Cold and flu viruses are constantly changing their structure, which is why we can catch them repeatedly
- Echinacea is a member of the daisy family and is commonly known as the purple coneflower.
It was once a popular medicinal herb among the early American settlers, who learned about Echinacea from the indigenous American Indians.
Today, Echinacea remains the medicinal herb of choice of adults and older children for warding off flu and cold symptoms
- Supporting the immune system is, therefore, very important to fight against colds, flu and other infections
- The common cold and flu are infections of the upper respiratory tract and both are caused by viruses
- Keep a box handy in your medicine cabinet
Made from natural herbs. Independently assessed for quality and safety.
Not suitable if under 12 years, pregnant, breastfeeding, allergic to peanut or soya oil, taking immuno-suppressants, or have an auto-immune disease.
Each soft gelatine capsule contains 176mg Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea (L.) Moench) dried juice (20-28:1) from the fresh pressed juice of the flowering aerial parts (equivalent to up to 4928mg Echinacea).
Take 1 or 2 capsules daily (adults, elderly and children over 12 years) at the first signs of flu or cold.
Omega 3s are mainly found in oily fish. The two important Omegas in fish oils are called EPA and DHA. These two are really important for the brain, eyesight, nervous system, heart and circulation, balanced pain control and good mood.
However, certain vegetable oils, most notably flax seed oil, contain an Omega 3 called ALA. ALA has beneficial effects on its own (skin, immunity, heart and circulation, balanced pain control), but it can also be converted by the body into EPA and DHA. So flax seed oil provides a vegetarian supply of Omega 3, as long as your body is able to make this conversion (diabetics, young children, people prone to allergies and older people may not do this efficiently).
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