Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Lozenges - Strawberries & Cream
- Zinc Gluconate Glycine Lozenges.
- Clinically Proven to Reduce the Duration of the Common Cold.
- #1 Pharmacist Recommended.
Cold-EEZE lozenges - shorten your cold! Get better faster!
A refreshing flavor combination... fresh and satisfying.
When it comes to Clinically Proven Natural Cold Remedies, there's only one choice. Cold-EEZE.
Research shows that zinc gluconate glycine lozenges that dissolve over time can directly effect the duration and severity of the common cold.
Cold-EEZE uses natural flavors and has no preservatives or colors. It is non-drowsy, non-agitating and safe for patients with high blood pressure.
Active ingredients: each 4.5g drop contains: 13.3 mg of ionic zinc from zincum gluconicum 2x (104 mg zinc gluconate trihydrate) equivalent to zincum 3x.
Inactive ingredients: Sucrose, corn syrup, glycine, gluconic, and fruit extracts.
Completely dissolve a Cold-EEZE lozenge in mouth. Do not chew. Repeat every 2 to 4 hours as needed. The recommended daily dosage of Cold-EEZE lozenge is 6 per day (79.8mg zinc).
How do I use Cold-EEZE?
For maximum effectiveness, start taking Cold-EEZE at the first sign of a cold. Symptoms could include one or more of the following: cough, sore throat, stuffy nose, sneezing, post-nasal drip and/or hoarseness. Keep taking Cold-EEZE until all symptoms are gone. Your cold may still last a couple of days after you start taking Cold-EEZE. If Cold-EEZE is stopped too soon, your cold can return to full strength.
To avoid minor stomach upset, do not take Cold-EEZE lozenges, gum or sugar free tablets on an empty stomach. If stomach upset occurs, take Cold-EEZE after you eat something.
Citrus fruits or juices may prevent Cold-EEZE from working properly; therefore, do not eat or drink citrus fruits or juices 1/2 hour before or after taking Cold-EEZE lozenges, gum or tablets. Otherwise, drink plenty of fluids.
If you experience a fever or stomach ache while taking Cold-EEZE, please call your healthcare professional. This can mean you don't have a common cold virus. Other treatment may be needed.