| A great, healthy alternative to cough drops!
- Includes slippery elm to ease your sore throat and respiratory symptoms.
- Provides convenient lozenge form for those suffering from sore throat symptoms or those wishing to take it sublingually.
- Is essential for growth and development, reproduction, digestion, respiration, and proper brain, nerve, vision, and immune function.
- Offers one of 16 essential trace minerals the body needs to stay healthy.
Zinc is one of 16 essential trace minerals your body needs for optimal health. Next to iron, it is the most abundant mineral in your body and is found in almost every cell. Central to the proper functioning of more than 300 enzymes, zinc is essential for proper growth and development.
One of zinc’s prime uses is boosting the immune system. Those deficient in zinc are more susceptible to infections. Zinc supplementation improves immune system function, helping to protect against colds and upper-respiratory illnesses.
For relief of some cold symptoms, begin using zinc lozenges as soon as symptoms appear. Research shows that the lozenge must be used sublingually (under the tongue) for maximum effectiveness.
Our Zinc Lozenges also include vitamin C to help boost immune function. Slippery elm, another important ingredient, has been recognized by the Food and Drug Administration as safe and effective in relieving sore throats and respiratory symptoms like coughing.
: As a dietary supplement, adults dissolve one (1) lozenge in the mouth as needed, or as directed by a health care professional. Store in a cool, dry place and away from direct light.
Contains No Added:
Serving Size: 1 Lozenge(s)
Notes: ZINC LOZENGES
15 mg Zinc Per Lozenge.
Other Ingredients: Fructose, sorbitol, natural lemon flavor, (May contain one or more of the
following; magnesium stearate, cellulose, vegetable stearin and silica).
sugar, salt, dairy, yeast, wheat, corn, soy, preservatives, artificial colors or flavors.
Keep out of Reach of Children.
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