Faq

If you are on medication, please make sure to check with your healthcare professional. Some of the Ease a Cold products contain herbs like Andrographis paniculata , Allium sativa, Zingiber officinale and Salix Alba - White Willow, which may have the potential, if used at high doses, to assist blood thinning. It is therefore recommended to be used cautiously and under observation when on blood thinning medication.

Some Ease A Cold products contain a number of traditional medicinal herbs that have not been scientifically assessed for their use during pregnancy. It is therefore advisable to be very cautious during this time and to consult your healthcare professional before use.

Some Ease A Cold products contain a number of traditional medicinal herbs that have not been scientifically assessed for use their during breastfeeding. It is therefore advisable to be cautious during this time and to consult your healthcare professional before use.

There does not seem to be any known contraindications to using Ease a Cold products concurrently with antibiotics. If you have any concerns please consult your healthcare professional.

The TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration) recommends not to exceed 50mg of total elemental Zinc per day. Therefore to be on the safe side it is best not to exceed this daily dose from all supplements, unless recommended by your health care professional.

Gelatin, which is a virtually colourless and tasteless water-soluble protein from a Bovine (cow) source.

Please always check the "free from"€ or "no added"€ information on each product pack. Most Ease A Cold products do NOT contain artificial sweeteners, gluten, lactose, dairy or artificial flavours.

Yes, most of the Ease A Cold products contain bee products as part of their excipients.

Yes, a small amount of soy bean oil is used as a preservative.

Most Ease a Cold products contain herbal extracts, which unfortunately also may have a very distinct taste. We do our best to disguise the natural flavours of herbs when needed, but children, in particular, may find the tastes sometimes a little unusual and may need time to get more familiar with the product.

It is usually best to follow the general recommended directions and dose, as the products are formulated to be used in this way or consult with your healthcare professional.