- Brand: Oregons Wild Harvest
- Product Code: echinacea-zinc-vitamin-c-OWH
- Servings per Container: 45
- Quantity per Container: 90 Veg Capsules
Echinacea with Vitamins & Minerals
Echinacea is a plant that is commonly known as purple coneflower or black-eyed Susan. It contains phenols, which have antioxidant properties, and alkylamides, which have an effect on the immune system. This herb is very popular for use against seasonal immune challenges.
Oregon's Wild Harvest offers an herbal supplement called Echinacea, Zinc & Vitamin C that seeks to support healthy immune system function.
- An herbal formula
- 430mg organic Echinacea (flower and leaf) per serving
- 200mg vitamin C (333% DV) per serving
- 30mg zinc (200% DV) per serving
- 2mg copper (100% DV) per serving
- Seeks to support healthy immune system function
- Gluten free
- Made in the USA
- 90 vegetarian capsules
Packaged in a BPA-free PET plastic bottle, this supplement is free of gluten, wheat, dairy, soy, peanuts and corn allergens, as well as excipients and stearates. To avoid stomach upset, it is best to take zinc-containing supplements with food.
If you're looking for a natural supplement that seeks to support healthy immune system function, check into Oregon's Wild Harvest's Echinacea, Zinc & Vitamin C. Order online today!
2 capsules contain:
Vitamin C 200mg (333%)
---(corn-derived ascorbic acid, GMO free)
Zinc (amino acid chelate) 30mg (200%)
Copper (amino acid chelate) 2mg (100%)
Organic Echinacea purpurea flower and leaf 430mg
Other Ingredients: Pullulan vegetarian capsules and nothing else.
Contains NO: GMOs, excipients, stearates, dairy, wheat, gluten, peanuts, soy or corn allergens. Vegetarian.
Adults: As an herbal supplement, take two capsules twice daily with food. It is best to take supplements containing zinc with food; otherwise slight nausea may be experienced. Not recommended for long-term use without periodic breaks.
Nutritional supplements containing Echinacea should be used with caution in individuals with autoimmune diseases. Individuals diagnosed with Wilson's Disease should not take copper supplements. Avoid use during nursing and use for no more than 1 week at a time during pregnancy until further research verifies no contraindications. Keep out of reach of children. Discontinue if unusual symptoms occur. Do not exceed recommended dose unless under the guidance of a healthcare professional. Allergens: Individuals sensitive to plants in the Daisy family (sesquiterpene lactone-containing plants) should use all Echinacea supplements with caution.