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Functional Food What is That, Ask First

...catching a cold. More than 800 products containing echinacea are now available. * Breakfast cereals enriched with vitamins and minerals. * Kiwifruit extracts - products designed to relieve the symptoms of common digestive complaints such as constipation and heartburn. * Sports drinks that boost energy. ...

Sioux Herb Confirmed as Shield Against Colds

...a cold, a wide-scale study has confirmed. Taking echinacea supplements can reduce the risk of a cold by 58 pe... using echinacea. One of the trials combined with echinacea with vitamin C, which showed the two together reduced the incidence of a cold by 86 percent. The an...

Blind Faith Dictates Use Of Herbal Supplements In Many

...ith scientific evidence ranged from 68 percent for echinacea to 3 percent for ginseng. Apart from echinacea and ginseng, only about one-third of the participants used herbal supplements based on scientific ev...

Yes, Chicken Soup Can Help

...erals. Most studies don’t support using vitamin C, echinacea or zinc as cold remedies. Ionized zinc lozenges, however, may shorten the duration of symptoms. Hang in there for about a week. That’s how long most colds last. If your symptoms seem severe and more flu-like — high fever, body aches and loss of app...

Echinacea: Cold-Season Cure or Risk?

...specimens were collected and tested prior to using echinacea and again 10 days and 17 or 18 days following the ...r use of herbal products in Germany, suggests that echinacea can be used for up to eight weeks. In light of their research, Foote and Hill caution that “prolonge...

Using Herbal Products Heightens Substance Abuse Risk in Teens

...different substance use pattern than a teen taking echinacea for a cold," she said.Contact: Heather Hareheather_hare@urmc.rochester.edu585-273-2840University of Rochester Medical Center Source: Eurekalert...

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