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Blackmores Cold Combat Tablets x 60

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Cold Combat contains the Ayurvedic (traditional Indian medicine) herb andrographis. In clinical trials andrographis demonstrates an ability to assist in the treatment of colds and flu by reducing the severity and duration of symptoms such as fever, sore throat and muscular ache. Features and benefits Small tablets suitable for ease of swallowing Contains standardised extract of andrographis at a dose formulated to replicate clinical trials where it was found to be effective in reducing the duration and severity of cold symptoms Andrographis is effective against symptoms even if the treatment starts several days after the onset of cold/flu.
Catalogue Code 102
Brand blackmores
Manufacturer blackmores

Directions
Adults – Take 2 tablets a day with a meal, or as professionally prescribed. At the first sign of a cold increase dosage to 2 tablets every 3 hours, up to a maximum of 12 tablets per day.

Children 6 -12 years – Take 2 tablets a day with a meal, or as professionally prescribed.

Children 2-6 years – We recommend Blackmores Liquid Echinacea.

Not to be used by children under 2 years of age without medical advice.


Ingredients
Andrographis paniculata (Andrographis) extract
equiv. to dry leaf 1 g (1000 mg)
standardised to contain andrographolide 25 mg


Warnings
If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.
Do not use during pregnancy.
Always read the label. Use only as directed


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