Flu & Cold Relief, Sinusitis
Flu, Cold, Sinusitis, Antibiotic
90 VCaps, Hand Made, Vegan, N0N-GMO, & Gluten Free
Made with Organic, Wild-Crafted, and Natural Ingredients
Flu & Cold Relief is most effective when taken as preventives or at the very first sign of the flu or a cold. Though, there will be times when you end up succumbing to the seasonal cold or flu, herbal antibiotics like Echinacea, Garlic and vitamin C can help you fight back. Goldenseal, Barberry, & Oregon Grape contain Berberine, a compound that increases infection-fighting white blood cells. All together, this flu & cold formula will boost your immune system without killing your gut flora, like antibiotics do.
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Hand Made, Vegan, N0N-GMO, & Gluten Free
Made with Organic, Wild-Crafted, and Natural IngredientsFlu & Cold Relief can be most effective when taken as preventives or at the very first sign of the flu or a cold. Though, there will be times when you end up succumbing to the seasonal cold or flu, herbal antibiotics like Echinacea, Garlic and vitamin C can help you fight back. Goldenseal, Barberry, & Oregon Grape contain Berberine, a compound that increases infection-fighting white blood cells. All together, this flu & cold formula will boost your immune system without killing your gut flora, like antibiotics do.**
|Serving Size: 3 VCaps|
|Serving per Container: 30|
|Amount Per Serving||% DV|
|Vitamin C Mix (Organic Rosehips, Amla, Acerola Ext. 25%, Camu Camu)||200mg||*|
|Ginseng & Ext. 80%
|Organic Citrus bioflavanoids||50mg||*|
|Organic Garlic & Ext. 10:11||50mg||*|
|Organic Elder Berry||100mg||*|
|Pelargonium Sidoides Ext 10:1||100mg||*|
|Sophora Japonica (Natural Rutin)||30mg||*|
|*Daily Value not established.|
Other Ingredients: plant-derived capsule
1Includes the extract for potency and the whole plant for the cofactors lost at the extraction process.
Directions: Take 3 to 6 capsules per day, preferably morning, mid-day, and bedtime, with or without food, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
- Our Products are carefully crafted by hand.
- We manufacture in the United States, by us in our facility.
- We ship our products direct to you to guaranty the freshness.
- Freshly manufactured - never expired or closeout products.
No excipients or fillers
Our goal is to manufacture our supplements as pure as possible, so we don't use fillers, binders, or chemical excipients. Other manufacturers, in an effort to keep costs down, dilute their products with cheap fillers and excipients, which cheats you out of the active ingredient and contaminates your product with unneeded chemicals. Purity, Quality, and Results is our #1 goal.
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Buy directly from the manufacturer and save. We cut out the middlemen and pass the savings on to you. With Green Organic Supplements, you pay the same low wholesale price that the chain stores pay. Did you know that most companies do not manufacture their products but use 3rd party manufacturers. Since we manufacture all of our own products we can control the quality and purity through the entire manufacturing process.
|More Information||When you wake up sneezing, coughing, and have that achy, feverish, can't move a muscle feeling, how do you know whether you have cold symptoms or the flu? It's important to know the difference between flu and cold symptoms. A cold is a milder respiratory illness than the flu. While cold symptoms can make you feel bad for a few days, flu symptoms can make you feel quite ill for a few days to weeks. The flu can also result in serious health problems such as pneumonia and hospitalizations. What are common cold symptoms? Cold symptoms usually begin with a sore throat, which usually goes away after a day or two. Nasal symptoms, runny nose, and congestion follow, along with a cough by the fourth and fifth days. Fever is uncommon in adults, but a slight fever is possible. Children are more likely to have a fever with a cold. With cold symptoms, the nose teems with watery nasal secretions for the first few days. Later, these become thicker and darker. Dark mucus is natural and does not usually mean you have developed a bacterial infection, such as a sinus infection. Several hundred different viruses may cause your cold symptoms. How long do cold symptoms last? Cold symptoms usually last for about a week. During the first three days that you have cold symptoms, you are contagious. This means you can pass the cold to others, so stay home and get some much-needed rest. If cold symptoms do not seem to be improving after a week, you may have a bacterial infection, which means you may need antibiotics. Sometimes you may mistake cold symptoms for allergic rhinitis (hay fever) or a sinus infection. If cold symptoms begin quickly and are improving after a week, then it is usually a cold, not allergy. If your cold symptoms do not seem to be getting better after a week, check with your doctor to see if you have developed an allergy or sinusitis. What are common flu symptoms? Flu symptoms are usually more severe than cold symptoms and come on quickly. Symptoms of flu include sore throat, fever, headache, muscle aches and soreness, congestion, and cough. Swine flu in particular is also associated with vomiting and diarrhea. Most flu symptoms gradually improve over two to five days, but it's not uncommon to feel run down for a week or more. A common complication of the flu is pneumonia, particularly in the young, elderly, or people with lung or heart problems. If you notice shortness of breath, let your doctor know. Another common sign of pneumonia is fever that comes back after having been gone for a day or two. Just like cold viruses, flu viruses enter your body through the mucous membranes of the nose, eyes, or mouth. Every time you touch your hand to one of these areas, you could be infecting yourself with a virus, which makes it very important to keep hands germ-free with frequent washing to prevent both flu and cold symptoms. Is it flu or cold symptoms? How do you know if you have flu or cold symptoms? Take your temperature, say many experts. Flu symptoms often mimic cold symptoms with nasal congestion, cough, aches, and malaise. But a common cold rarely has symptoms of fever above 101 degrees. With flu symptoms, you will probably have a fever initially with the flu virus and you will feel miserable. Body and muscle aches are also more common with the flu. This table can help determine if you have cold or flu symptoms. Prevention Wash hands often; avoid close contact with anyone with a cold When do I call the doctor with flu or cold symptoms? If you already have flu or cold symptoms, it's important to call your doctor if you also have any of the following severe symptoms: Persistent fever: A fever lasting more than three days can be a sign of another bacterial infection that should be treated. Painful swallowing: Although a sore throat from a cold or flu can cause mild discomfort, severe pain could mean strep throat, which requires treatment by a doctor. Persistent coughing: When a cough doesn't go away after two or three weeks, it could be bronchitis, which may need an antibiotic. Postnasal drip or sinusitis can also result in a persistent cough. In addition, asthma is another cause of persistent coughing. Persistent congestion and headaches: When colds and allergies cause congestion and blockage of sinus passages, they can lead to a sinus infection (sinusitis). If you have pain around the eyes and face with thick nasal discharge after a week, you may have a bacterial infection and possibly need an antibiotic. Most sinus infections, however, do not need an antibiotic. In some cases, you may need to get emergency medical attention right away. In adults, signs of a crisis include: Severe chest pain Severe headache Shortness of breath Dizziness Confusion Persistent vomiting In children, additional signs of an emergency are: Difficulty breathing or rapid breathing Bluish skin color Not drinking enough fluids Lethargy and failure to interact normally Extreme irritability or distress Symptoms that were improving and then suddenly worsen Fever with a rash Can I prevent flu or cold symptoms? The most important prevention measure for preventing colds and flu is frequent hand washing. Hand washing by rubbing the hands with warm soapy water for at least 20 seconds helps to slough germs off the skin.|