Zinc Soothe is a premium nutritional supplement in lozenge form. Designed for both children and adults, it is a complete gluten free formula combining:
- Three activated forms of zinc (citrate, aspartate, and glycinate) for enhanced absorption and utilization.
- Vitamin C – a proven antioxidant that supports the immune system.
- Echinacea purpurea – supports immune function and stimulates white blood cell production. Echinacea also has antibiotic, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties, which provide powerful synergy.
- Slippery Elm Known for its ability to soothe inflamed and irritated mucous membranes.
- OPC (flavanol, active soluble proanthocyanidins) – a plant based antioxidant compound known for supporting healthy immune function and inflammation.
Does not Contain: MSG, Yeast, Zein, Corn, Dairy, Gluten, or GMOs. Additionally, there are no fillers, preservatives, or hidden ingredients. 100% plant based and safe for vegetarians.
How to use
Daily Use:1 lozenge daily. You should let the lozenge dissolve in your mouth.
Optimal Use:Take 2 lozenges in divided doses daily.
High Stress Use:Take 3 lozenges in divided doses daily.
How to Use:Best taken after eating.
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