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Elderberry Lozenges (Set of 3 Rolls)

Ward off Colds with the Dual Action of Elderberry and Zinc

Elderberry Lozenges (Set of 3 Rolls)

Ward off Colds with the Dual Action of Elderberry and Zinc

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Give your immune system a boost when a cold is coming on with these tasty raspberry-flavored elderberry and zinc lozenges. European research shows that these two natural ingredients help your body fight off illness. 14 lozenges per roll.

  • Taste better than ordinary zinc tablets
  • Zinc is a trusted cold remedy
  • Elderberry has been used for generations to fight colds

Rev up your immune system for cold season with elderberry and zinc lozenges.

Elderberry Lozenges (Set of 3 Rolls)

Safety Warnings

Warning: Keep out of the reach of children. Caution: Pregnant and nursing women consult your physician.


Zinc, Stevia, Elderberry Powdered Extract, Sugar, Dextrose,
Fructose, Natural Flavor, Maltodextrin, Magnesium Stearate


Start with 2 lozenges, 1 after the other, and let them dissolve completely in your mouth. Continue to take 1 every 2 wakeful hours. Maximum per day: 12 for adults, 9 for youths,6 for children. Stop taking after 7 days.


Shelf Life: 3 years

Nutritional ItemQuantity% of Daily
Serving size: 1 tablet
Servings per container: 14
Calories: 10
Total fat0g0%
Trans fat0 g
Total carbohydrate3 g1%
Sugars3 g
Zinc (Gluconate)7 mg44%
Stevia(Stevia Rebaudiana) leaves3 mg
Elderberry powder extract33 mg

Manufactured In: USA

Material - Country Of Origin: USA

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Elderberry Lozenges (Set of 3 Rolls) 5 5 1 1
Great for travel I find that zinc products really do work to help ward off and minimize colds. I've been using another zinc product (spray) that works, but the nozzel is always getting clogged. Plus, I use zinc the most when I travel on planes, and a spray takes up space in the "3 oz baggie." I bought a pack of these when I was visiting Vermont and really like them. They taste good, are easy to carry, and I think they helped defend against viruses on my latest business trip (where everyone on the plane was hacking away, but I never got sick). They are literally going on my Christmas list so I can stock up. November 15, 2012
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