Zinc Lozenges with Vitamins C & D | Natural Lemon Flavour 60
Jamieson Vitamins Zinc Lozenges with Vitamins C & D in Natural Lemon Flavour (60 lozenges) is a tasty vitamin and mineral aid that helps reduce the duration and severity of common cold symptoms.
- helps enhance the immune system
- helps relieve cold and flu symptoms
- helps ward off viruses and restore the body to health
Jamieson's Zinc Lozenges contain elemental zinc gluconate, a naturally-occurring mineral that the body uses each day in order to function properly. Zinc is often used as short-term therapy to help reduce cold and flu symptoms and to help arm the immune system. Most people need only use zinc regularly for about one week while cold symptoms persist.
Zinc is associated with the function of about 3,000 different proteins and 200 different enzymes throughout the body. It functions as an antioxidant, supporting the body's natural defense system and bolstering the immune system.
These lozenges contain vitamins C and D, both of which have been linked to reducing the severity, duration or occurrence of cold symptoms. Vitamin D deficiency, in particular, has been linked to common respiratory infections.
Adults and children 12 years and older, take one Jamieson Zinc Lozenge at the first sign of a sore, dry throat or other cold or flu symptoms. Dissolve lozenges slowly in mouth.
- Children age four and older should not exceed two lozenges daily.
- Children age nine and older should not exceed four lozenges daily.
- Young adults age 19 and older should not exceed 10 lozenges daily.
Jamieson Zinc Lozenges + Vitamins C&D in Lemon Flavour contain the following ingredients:
No salt, sugar, starch, gluten, or lactose.
- zinc (gluconate) 5 mg
- vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 50 mg
- vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 2.5 mcg/100 IU
- vegetable magnesium stearate
- vegetablestearic acid
- natural Lemon flavour
- anise oil
- Zinc may reduce the effectiveness of antibiotics, such as quinolones and tetracyclines. Take zinc lozenges at least two hours after ingesting these medications.
- Zinc supplementation can cause a copper deficiency.
- Consult a health care professional prior to taking Zinc Lozenges if you are pregnant or nursing.
- Store out of reach of children.