New York City is experiencing some of its coldest weather and although being cold doesn’t give you a cold, this is the dreaded cold and flu season. Zinc, when used at the first sign of symptoms, has been clinically proven to help shorten the duration of colds.
This reviewer stumbled upon Cold-EEZE while traveling. It was a bit nasty back then, but worked, and now the lozenges taste a lot better. The Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy Lozenges ($6.99SRP) now come in eleven flavors (Cherry, Honey Lemon, Strawberries & Cream, Tropical Orange, Lemon Lime, Mint Frost, Sugar Free Wild Cherry, Sugar Free Pomegranate and Sugar Free Chocolate Mint). The lozenges contain zinc gluconate, which will help reduce the duration of the common cold in healthy people when taken within 24 hours of onset of symptoms.
The company also recently released the new Cold Remedy Daytime/Nighttime QuickMelts tablets, also formulated with zinc gluconate. The Daytime QuickMelt tablets shorten colds and are non-drowsy, while the Nighttime Quick Melts shorten colds and help you fall asleep naturally with chamomile and melatonin and are available in Mixed Berry flavor. The package comes with 18 Daytime QuickMelt tablets and 6 Nighttime QuickMelt tablets for $11.99-12.99 SRP.
If you aren’t crazy about using the lozenges or tablets, there’s also Cold-EEZE Oral Spray ($9.95 SRP) It comes in a .76 ounce bottle making it easy to carry when you’re on the go. The Oral Spray comes in Mint and Cherry flavors.
Cold-EEZE products can be found at major retailers including CVS, Rite Aid, Kmart and Shop Rite and www.coldeeze.com, where shipping is free on all orders over $25.
Too bad Cold-EEZE can’t reduce the duration of cold weather.