EchinaGuard (4 oz)
EchinaGuard has been discontinued. Seacoast recommends an excellent replacement. Anti-V formula by Natural Factors. http://seacoast.com/Anti-Viral-Formula-Natural-Factors-60-softgels.p4381
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Nature's Way EchinaGuard (4 oz) is the world's most heavily research Echinacea product around. In fact, it is also the #1 best selling immune formula in the world. Nature's Way EchinaGuard is designed to give individuals an immediate and significant boost to their immune system by using the Echinacea herb. Best of all, Nature's Way EchinaGuard is proven to work and has been tested by over 180 scientific studies. Echinacea is an herb that has long been known to natural health practitioners as being the most effective herb for supporting and stimulating the immune system. This results both in helping to prevent disease from ever developing but also can help relieve symptoms associated with common ailments.
Nature's Way EchinaGuard is not recommended for use in individuals with autoimmune disorders or that are allergic to flowers in the daisy family. To use this product, take 2.5ml, 3 times daily for six to eight weeks. Children under twelve should take half an adult dosage. Any treatment plan lasting six to eight weeks needs a two week break between treatment cycles before restarting use. This product is best taken when added to either water or juice. Shake well before administering.
- #1 Immune Support Product
- Clinically Proven in 180 Studies
- Symptom Relief
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*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.
- Relieving Ear Aches
- Relieving Sinus Pain
- Relieving Sore Throat
- Cold & Flu
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