The Cold Treatment that Shortens Your Cold*
There are two broad types of cold treatment. The first type of cold treatment aims to alleviate common cold symptoms such as coughing, sore throat, and nasal congestion. The cold sufferer will still be stuck with a cold for however long it takes to naturally run its course, but will hopefully be made somewhat less uncomfortable. Most cold remedies fall into this "symptom relievers" category, including decongestants, expectorants, cough syrups, and a wide variety of natural cold remedies.
A less common and much preferable type of cold treatment aims to bring the cold to a faster end. The stand-out in this category of cold treatment is Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy, the natural zinc cold medicine proven to reduce the duration of the common cold.*
Cold-EEZE: Shorten Your Cold! Don't Just Treat Your Symptoms
Cold-EEZE lozenges have been proven effective in carefully controlled clinical studies conducted by Dartmouth College and the Cleveland Clinic. In these two double-blind, placebo-controlled studies, patients given the unique zinc gluconate formula in Cold-EEZE lozenges recovered from their colds significantly faster than patients given placebos. Across the two peer-reviewed studies, the colds of patients taking the zinc gluconate cold treatment were reduced in duration by 42% compared to the colds of patients in the control group.*
That means Cold-EEZE lozenges can help you shorten your cold by three or four days faster.*
Cold-EEZE: The Safe and Effective Cold Treatment
Proven effective in reducing the duration of a cold, Cold-EEZE cold treatment is also safe to take with most other medications. So you can take your preferred over-the-counter cold medicine or natural cold remedy to ease your symptoms, and at the same time take Cold-EEZE to reduce the duration of your cold.*
With scientific proof of effectiveness and safety, it's no wonder Cold-EEZE is the #1 pharmacist recommended cold remedy.
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.