Do You Know How to Choose the Right Cold Lozenges?
When you're choosing cold lozenges there are a few things to consider:
- Have the cold lozenges been proven effective? Strong evidence of effectiveness in fighting colds is something to look for in cold lozenges or any other type of cold remedy.
- Are the cold lozenges safe to take in combination with other treatments for a cold such as decongestants and expectorants?
- What reputation do the cold lozenges have with pharmacists and consumers?
- How do the cold lozenges taste? Taste matters since you'll be using the lozenges regularly during your cold.
Why Choose Cold-EEZE Cold Lozenges?
Cold-EEZE cold lozenges are a preferred choice to treat a cold:
- Cold-EEZE lozenges have been scientifically proven to reduce the duration of a cold.* In two double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical studies, the Cold-EEZE zinc gluconate unique formula was found to reduce the duration of colds by 42%. Cold-EEZE cold lozenges are safe to take with most other medications and do not cause drowsiness or affect blood pressure.
- Cold-EEZE is the #1 pharmacist recommended cold remedy, and the best-selling zinc lozenge.
- Cold-EEZE cold lozenges come in lots of great flavors including Cherry, Honey Lemon, Tropical Orange, Lemon Lime, and more. Sugar free varieties are available as well.
Take Cold-EEZE Cold Lozenges at the First Sign of a Cold
For best results, start taking Cold-EEZE® whenever you start to feel cold symptoms -- the tickle in your throat, the sniffles,sneezing, and other familiar cold symptoms. Take Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy promptly and as directed to shorten your cold and have you feeling better faster.
Cold-EEZE is also happy to introduce our new oral spray. Two sprays offer the same amount of zinc gluconate cold remedy as one Cold-EEZE lozenge. Two sprays and go!
Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy. Shorten Your Cold! Don't Just Treat Your Symptoms.
Although the precise mechanism by which zinc ions interfere with the cold virus has not been scientifically established, several scientific studies suggest zinc ions inhibit the common cold virus' ability to replicate. For more information, click here.