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Solal2x 60's Flu C-Herb Capsules

120 Total
120 Total

R299

Retail: R560
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  • These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from healthcare practitioners. Please consult your healthcare professional before using any product. 
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Helps reduce the duration and intensity of colds and flu by assisting in the treatment of bacterial and viral infections. It also protects against infection during high-risk times (eg. during winter). It works in 4 ways: antibacterial, antiviral, boosts the immune system and alleviates symptoms. Elderberry and olive leaf penetrate viral cells and suppress enzymes responsible for viral replication. Ginseng stimulates the immune response and reduces symptoms of fever and sinusitis. Propolis has antibacterial effects. Andrographis is a herbal extract that reduces the duration and symptoms of colds and flu. Vitamin C and zinc are antioxidants required for healthy immune function.

Product Features
  • Provides immunostimulant, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral effects to help relieve symptoms of colds and flu
  • Expiry date: 31/01/2025
Product Specifications
  • Pack of 2 (60 capsules each)
  • Each capsule contains the following as active ingredients: 
    • Elderberry extract (Sambucus Nigra) 37.5mg Olive leaf extract 50mg Panax ginseng 25mg Propolis 100mg Andrographis extract 50mg Vitamin C (from 152 mg calcium ascorbate) 125mg Zinc 1.25mg
    • Inactive ingredients: cellulose, magnesium silicate, magnesium stearate and silicon dioxide. Contains plant extracts and natural fillers, with no colourants added – therefore the colour of the capsule contents may vary slightly from batch to batch. Sugar-free. Suitable for vegetarians.
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