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 shortening 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 almost half. 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 zinc 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 also offers an 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!
*Cleveland Clinic (1996) and Dartmouth
College (1992) studies demonstrate that Cold-EEZE® lozenges shorten the
duration of the common cold. For more information, click here.
**Based on the 2015 OTC Guide