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Nature's Way Zinc Lozenges 60 Capsules

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Immune System Boosting Lozenges - Nature's Way Zinc Lozenges

If you're looking for a supplement to help protect you from the rough Cold & Flu season, look no further. Nature's Way Zinc Lozenges are the way to go. Nature's Way Zinc Lozenges will help to boost your body's Immune System, & help protect against free radicals. This innovative formula also contains added Vitamin C & Echinacea for extra Immune support. Nature's Way Zinc Lozenges are chewable, so you don't even have to worry about swallowing a Horse pill!! Try it out today. Introducing Nature's Way Zinc Lozenges!!

Nature's Way Zinc Lozenges Benefits

  • Helps Boost Up Immune System
  • Pleasant-Tasting Formula
  • Added Levels Of Echinacea & Vitamin C
  • Helps Prevent Against Cold & Flu Viruses
  • Vegetarian & Vegan Friendly
  • Helps Protect Against Free Radicals

How Do I Take Nature's Way Zinc Lozenges?

Nature's Way recommends taking 1 lozenge every two hours up to 6 lozenges daily. Do not use for more than 7 days. 

Nature's Way Zinc Lozenges Ingredients

Serving Size: 1 Lozenge

Servings Per Container: 60

Total Carbohydrate 1g

Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) 100mg

Zinc (As Zinc Citrate And Gluconate) 23mg

Echinacea Purpurea (Stem, Leaf, Flower) 20mg

Other Ingredients: Sorbitol, Fructose, Mannitol, Natural Flavor, Sodium Bicarbonate, Magnesium Stearate, French Vanilla Flavor, Stevia Leaf Extract. 

Nature's Way Zinc Lozenges Side Effects & Warnings

Keep out of reach of children. For adults 18 years of age and older. Do not take on an empty stomach to avoid upset stomach. Do not chew or swallow whole, dissolve completely in mouth. Not recommended for individuals with autoimmune conditions. 


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