Zinc helps keep the immune system strong and has become a popular treatment for the common cold. Some studies have found that zinc lozenges may reduce the duration of the common cold, perhaps and may reduce the number of upper respiratory infections.
Health care providers may recommend zinc supplements for people who have zinc deficiencies. Strict vegetarians, alcohol abusers, and people who have a poor diet are at higher risk for zinc deficiency. So are those with certain digestive problems, such as Crohn’s disease.
Zinc Lozenges supply bioavailable zinc, sweetened with sorbitol and flavored with natural orange extracts. Each lozenge contains 10 mg of elemental zinc in the form of zinc citrate.
Zinc is an essential trace element involved in most major metabolic pathways. Zinc has important functions in maintaining immune function, reproduction, healthy skin, and growth. Numerous studies support the fundamental role of zinc in normal immune response in
humans. Immune cells must be able to rapidly divide in order to respond to daily challenges. The body pool of readily available zinc appears to be small, which renders the body susceptible to deficiency and therefore dependent on a steady dietary supply of bioavailable zinc.
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Sorbitol, citric acid, natural orange flavor, vegetable stearate
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, adults take 1 lozenge every two hours while awake, or as directed by your healthcare professional. Allow to dissolve completely in the mouth. Do not exceed 10 lozenges per day. Children over the age of 4 years may use half the adult dose. Prolonged use of more than seven days in a row is not recommended. Consult your physician if you wish to prolong use or increase the frequency. When used on a regular basis, 1 or 2 lozenges per day may be taken for extended periods.