A. Vogel Bioforce Echinaforce is a traditional herbal remedy for the symptomatic relief of coughs, colds and influenza type infections and similar upper respiratory tract conditions.
Echinacea has been used for generations for the relief of respiratory tract conditions.
Take 15 drops (0.6 ml) in a little water two to three times daily. Not suitable for children under the age of 12 years.
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Tincture of Echinacea purpurea herb and root. 0.6ml drops contain the equivalent of 285mg whole fresh plant or 64.5mg whole dried plant.
Please seek medical advice if pregnant. Keep out of reach and sight of children.
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A.Vogel Echinaforce is a plant-based herbal remedy and therefore does not include any ingredients that are derived from animals.
This means that they are suitable for anyone following a vegetarian or a vegan diet.
You should only take echinacea while you have the symptoms of a cough or a cold.
Echinacea seems to be at its most effective when a course of it is taken as soon as symptoms are noticed. It can be used for seven to 10 days.
You should take 15 drops, or 0.6ml of A. Vogel Echinaforce in a little water, two to three times each day.
If you are pregnant, you should seek advice from your doctor or midwife before taking an echinacea supplement.
Echinacea is not considered suitable for children under the age of 12 years and should be kept both out of sight and out of reach of children.
Echinacea has traditionally been used for the symptomatic relief of coughs, colds and influenza types of infections as well as similar upper respiratory tract conditions.
. Other compounds may support the immune system in other ways.
Echinacea also includes flavonoids, cichoric acid and rosmarinic acid as well as other beneficial plant compounds alkamides.
Echinacea is a popular herb, which is also known as purple coneflower or black-eyed Susan.
It comes from a group of flowering plants which are native to North America, where they grow in open, wooded areas and prairies. They are part of the daisy family.
There are nine species in this group and three of them are used in herbal supplements: echinacea purpurea, echinacea angustifolia and echinacea pallida.
Both the upper part, including the leaves and flowers as well as the roots of the plant are used in the supplements.
Echinacea has been used for centuries as a traditional herbal remedy and was first used by Native Americans.
It is available in several forms including fresh or dried in teas, tablets and as a liquid.