Why use Healtheries Vitamin C 1000mg with Echinacea?
Most people think of cold- and flu-fighting when they think of Vitamin C and Echinacea, and these two “immunity heroes” are definitely useful for winter ailments. But Vitamin C and Echinacea can also be helpful if you have bronchitis, sore throat, thrush, acne, boils mouth ulcers… and the list of common infections goes on.
Each naturally-flavoured, chewable Healtheries Vitamin C 1000mg with Echinacea tablet is a high-strength supplement that provides 1000mg of non-acidic Vitamin C plus Echinacea. Together, they provide powerful help for your immune system against all kinds of common infections.
- Boosting immunity to help you recover faster from colds, flu, or other common infections
- Helping to soothe symptoms of asthma, bronchitis and other lung conditions
- Assisting your body in healing cold sores and mouth ulcers
- Helping your body to heal common skin infections like acne or boils
- Assisting with fighting off fungal infections like thrush / candida
- Supporting the healing process for cuts, burns or pressure sores
- Helping your body to heal broken bones faster
- Topping up your Vitamin C levels if you’re on medication such as aspirin or steroids, which can reduce your natural Vitamin C levels.
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- If you’re taking prescription medication, consult your healthcare practitioner before you use this product.
- Don’t take high doses of this product if you have a history of kidney stones.
- This product contains glucose and sucrose. If you’re diabetic, Healtheries Berry flavoured sugar free Vitamin C, Echinacea and Zinc tablets may be more suitable for you.
- If you take excessive doses of this product, you may get diarrhoea, skin rash, or need to urinate more frequently. These effects should stop if you reduce the dose.
- This product contains Echinacea, so don’t take it if you’re allergic to flowers in the daisy family.
- This product is not suitable for children under 12 – keep it out of their reach.
The health section of selected supermarkets nationwide.