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Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals has been rolling out some great supplements lately in the area of Immune Support. First with their Echinacea, then the Black Elderberry, and now with a Zinc Lozenge. Perfect timing as Zinc supplements are currently in short supply. Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Zinc Lozenges come in a easily dissolvable lozenge form, pack 25mg per lozenge, and come in a tasty natural orange flavor. If you're looking to boost your Immune System right now you can't go wrong with Hi-Tech's Zinc Lozenges.
Zinc is found in cells throughout your body. Zinc helps the immune system fight off invading viruses and bacteria. Zinc is also known to speed wound healing, and is essential for expecting women, and children as the body needs zinc to develop properly. Zinc is also important for a proper sense of smell.
Zinc supplements are most effective when taken an hour before, or two hours after meals. That said, if Zinc causes you upset stomach, they can be taken with a meal. You should inform your healthcare practitioner if you are taking zinc supplements.
Signs of Zinc deficiency include a loss of taste or smell, anorexia or loss of appetite, apathy, lack of coordination, decreased immunity, depression, or excess hair loss.
Dissolve one lozenge in mouth every 2-3 hours. Do not exceed 8 lozenges in a 24 hour period. Children should not take more than 3 lozenges, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
Serving Size: 1 Lozenge
Servings Per Container: 100
Zinc (as Zinc Gluconate, Zinc Citrate) 25mg
*Daily Value Not Established
Other Ingredients: Agglomerated, Naturally Sweet, Natural Orange Flavor, Dextrose, Vegetable Stearic Acid, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate
Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18. Do not exceed recommended dose. Do not use if you are expecting. Consult with your physician prior to use of this product or any dietary supplement(s). California Proposition 65 WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. Store in a cool, dry place.
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