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A natural all-in-one herbal formula designed to help maintain winter wellness. Which basically means a cold, sore throat, cough etc. A blend of UMF10+ Manuka honey, Propolis and carefully selected herbal ingredients. It does have a few bits like Xanthan gum and dextrose, so worth avoiding if you're super sensitive.
This concentrated broad-spectrum syrup contains the highest organic grade, sustainably cultivated herbs, carefully selected to bring you the full potential of nature’s goodness. Suitable for all of the family.
Produced using extracts of freshly harvested, organically grown Echinacea purpurea herb and root, picked fresh and used within 24 hours of harvest. Recommended for colds and flu. According to manufacturers it helps the body fight the symptoms of these infections by supporting the immune system, helping to maintain the body's resistance.
Echinaforce Sore Throat Spray
Containing 100% organic plant extracts (Thyme, Eucalyptus) and French Propolis, can help for blocked noses rather than the old Vicks style "sniffers".
100% natural organic Spray that purifies, cleans and protects the nasal passage and sinus. An alcohol-free formulation to protect the sensitive sinus cavity enriched in Himalayan pink salt to facilitate easy nasal flow and organic eucalyptus essential oil to gently decongest. In other words recommended for blocked sinuses/sinusitis
Good old Manuka honey, swallow for sore throats, mix with lemon and warm water at a soothing drink, can even be good for irritated patches of skin.
OptiBac Probiotics Saccharomyces boulardii
If you do find yourself winding up having to take antibiotics, Sacch boulardii can help prevent side effects according to the NHS
According to the manufacturers this is a highly concentrated bath treatment with aroma-intensive, essential eucalyptus oil. It stimulates and helps relieve sinuses especially during cold and flu season. All products are made in Germany and contain no paraffin, silicone or mineral oils.
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