A.Vogel Echinaforce Tablets 120tabs

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Echinacea purpurea, treasured by Native Americans for its healing powers, flourished in Switzerland thanks to the skill and perseverance of Alfred Vogel. His original plants are the forerunners of the fresh, healthy herbs used to make these tasty tincture tablets.
Extract of Echinacea purpurea herb and root; lactose starch and magnesium stearate. One 250mg tablet contains 6.2mg Echinaforce concentrate, equivalent to 270mg of whole fresh plant or 60mg of whole dried plant. This product is not suitable for people with milk related allergies.

Directions for use:
Adults: 2 tablets to be taken 2-3 times daily.
Children (6-12yrs): 1 tablet to be taken 2-3 times daily.

Keep out of reach and sight of children.
Store below 25°C and out of direct sunlight

Customer Reviews

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Proprietor's Choice, 8th Oct 2008

Reviewer: Julie Goodwin

Too many antibiotics!
It is still happening. In 2007 some 38m prescriptions for antibiotics were written by UK doctors, costing the NHS £175m, yet as coughs and colds are mainly caused by viruses, they do not respond to antibiotics. Indeed, a consultant paediatrician, Mike Sharland, is quoted as saying: "Every year, over five million antibiotics are prescribed for children - the great majority for upper respiratory tract infections, which are nearly always viral."

Apparently a quarter of people in England and Wales visit their GP every year because of symptoms of a respiratory tract infection, which accounts for 60% of all antibiotic prescribing in general practice. Doctors have been asked before to desist from prescribing antibiotics for coughs and colds, but there is concern that rates are still too high.

As well as Echinaforce and Echinacea Junior for the colds and flus themselves, the impact of all those antibiotics can only mean an increased need for a good prebiotic like Molkosan Vitality.

Proprietor's Choice, 8th Oct 2008

Reviewer: Julie Goodwin

Tested on…
A gentleman in his 60s had a chest infection, and the retailer recommended Ivy-Thyme Complex and our Echinacea Throat Spray. He came back later and said not only had the chest infection cleared up beautifully, but some warts on his hands that had been a persistent problem had disappeared! Echinaforce is antiviral and gives the immune system generally a helping hand, so this is quite logical, but very nice for the gentleman in question.

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