Zinc Soothe

Reduces Incidence of Cold Symptoms and Soothes Throat

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Zinc Soothe

Reduces Incidence of Cold Symptoms and Soothes Throat

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ZINC SOOTHE - Premium Gluten Free Zinc Lozenges

Zinc is a common nutritional deficiency in those with gluten sensitivity.  Zinc, which is primarily absorbed in the small intestines (the part of the GI tract damaged by gluten), affects the many facets of our immune system. Science has shown that zinc plays a role in hundreds of chemical reactions in the body.  It  can help in the reduction of the duration of a cold, it helps decrease upper respiratory infections, and it can help by supporting natural healing and repair. Zinc Soothe provides a special formulation of easy to absorb zinc as well as synergistic nutrients for maximum immune support to people of all ages. These zinc lozenges are ideal for those looking to add a supplemental form of zinc to their diet, or for those looking to support their immune health.

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. 

Ingredients

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. 

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Lozenge
Servings per container: 50

Amount Per Serving
%Daily Value

Vitamin C (100% l-ascorbate, fully-reduced)
60 mg
67
Zinc (as as citrate, aspartate and glycinate)
15 mg
136
Echinacea (Purpurea 4:1)
10 mg
*
Slippery elm
25 mg
*
OPC (Grape seed extract)
5 mg
*
Sucanat® honey
236 mg
*
Mannitol
200 mg
*
100% Whole raspberry fruit extract
45 mg
*
100% Whole cherry fruit extract
7 mg
*
Vegetable fiber (organic croscarmellose)
25 mg
*
C16 & C18 alkyls†
6 mg
*

Other ingredients: None

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.

Questions:

The Science

  1. Frassinetti S, Bronzetti G, Caltavuturo L, Cini M, Croce CD. The role of zinc in life: a review. J Environ Pathol Toxicol Oncol 2006;25(3):597-610.
  2. Fraker PJ, King LE, Laakko T, Vollmer TL: The dynamic link between the integrity of the immune system and zinc status. J Nutr 2000 May; 130(5S Suppl): 1399S-1406S.
  3. Mossad SB, Macknin ML, Medendorp SV, Mason P: Zinc gluconate lozenges for treating the common cold. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Ann Intern Med 1996; 125(2): 81-88.
  4. Marshall S: Zinc gluconate and the common cold. Review of randomized controlled trials. Can Fam Physician 1998; 44: 1037-1042.
  5. Singh M, Das RR. Zinc for the common cold. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2015;2015(4):CD001364.
  6. Fathi F, Ektefa F, Tafazzoli M, et al. The concentration of serum zinc in celiac patients compared to healthy subjects in Tehran. Gastroenterol Hepatol Bed Bench. 2013;6(2):92-95.

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