I don’t know how the weather is by you, but here it’s been crazy. One day it’s in the 50’s and the next it’s almost 90 (I know, I know people up North, poor baby). With all of the ups and downs from the weather we are bound to catch something. Knock on wood we’ve had a pretty healthy winter, but last week I was starting to feel like crud. Thankfully, I received a sample of Cold-EEZE just in time.
Cold-EEZE is a homeopathic treatment that you get over the counter that actually helps shorten your cold. Here’s how you get the best results:
- Cold-EEZE treatment should begin within 24-48 hours of the start of a cold and be used daily until all symptoms resolve. The earlier, the better.
- Completely dissolve a Cold-EEZE lozenge in your mouth. Do not chew. Repeat every 2 to 4 hours as needed.
- The recommended daily dosage is 6 lozenges per day, which means an 18 count bag/box is a 3-day supply of Cold-EEZE for adults.
- Children 12-17 can take 4 lozenges per day.
- Consult your healthcare professional before giving Cold-EEZE to children under 12 years of age.
- Cold-EEZE is safe to take with most other medications including other symptom relievers.
- Avoid stomach upset — do not take Cold-EEZE lozenges on an empty stomach.
- Avoid citrus fruits and juices, as well as other products containing citric acid, 30 minutes before and after taking Cold-EEZE lozenges, as they may diminish product effectiveness.
- Zinc may interfere with the absorption of minocycline, doxycycline, tetracycline as well as Coumadin. If you’re taking one of these medicines, consult with your physician prior to using Cold-EEZE.
- Clinical studies demonstrated that results will vary but that on average, Cold-EEZE will shorten your cold by nearly half. As a consumer, if you are not satisfied with the results from taking Cold-EEZE, please contact us to receive a full refund of your purchase price.
This stuff really works too. As a parent of multiples getting sick just isn’t an option, so at the first sign of a cold try Cold-EEZE. It’s simple, it’s not going to make you loopy and drowsy, and it does what it says.
What else do you do to stay healthy during cold and flu season?
Disclosure: I received a sample of Cold-EEZE to review, and actually did get sick around the time of arrival (I wonder if this was planned?). The opinions expressed are my own and were in no way shaped by the company.