Jamieson Zinc & Vitamin C Lozenges
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Zinc Lozenges with Vitamin C help reducs the duration and severity of the symptoms associated with the common cold. Jamieson's Zinc Lozenges with Vitamin C provide zinc in the form of zinc citrate, a highly bioavailable form that is readily absorbed by the body. Vitamin C has been added to enhance immune system functioning and restore and maintain optimal health. Ingredient InformationZinc (gluconate) 5 mg and Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 50 mg prepared in a non-medicinal base of anise oil, menthol, camphor and eucalyptus Sweetened with sorbitol Natural lemon flavour.

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Zercia
Sep 24, 2013


Zinc is great and always helps with my sore throat when sick. Those one tastes great so I will use them again.


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Croop
Jan 20, 2013


Okay product. I was happy with them overall.



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TashaCat
Mar 07, 2012


This is my new fave. The moment if feel a scratch in my throat or a hint of a cold, this is what I have been going to... it hits it hard with zinc, echnecia and vitamin c. Also, I like the taste of it so its easy to take. So far so good... I've used it 3x this winter and its been successful each time.


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SonjaRobin
Jan 29, 2012


I swear by this. It's important to have zinc during that critical period when you first feel any cold symptom coming on. I get sick often and I need any zinc readily available. Of course, if you can get your hands on a more reputable pure zinc such as the Opti-Zinc 30 made by Douglas Labratories (only sold exclusively to licensed healthcare professionals): then definately get them because the body will absorb it better. You might have to buy 2-3 boxes to equal 1/day of the higher quality vitamin supplement. But, for a quick, easy to find remedy... go for the Jamieson. It took 4 days of continuous Jamieson lozenges to feel better (after 2 weeks of suffering!) Try it, of any zinc for that matter, and be amazed!


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Bren
Nov 12, 2010


I always have zinc lozenges well stocked when the weather starts changing and getting colder.I got a big jar of these Jamieson zinc lozenges a few days ago at Walmart for $5!You cant beat that price.They taste great and have 5 mg zinc,vitamin c 50mg,also has menthol,natural lemon and eucalyptus,camphor and anise oil.At this price they are cheaper then a packs of cough drops and better for you.Try and take them the moment you start feeling a tickle in your throat or feeling unwell so you can beat the flu before it hits you.


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caffinatedone
Jan 10, 2009


I have always sworn by zinc, echnecia and vitamin c whenever I feel a cold coming on and these have all three. I find that if I take them when I first feel a cold coming on I'll either avoid the cold or get a lighter cold for a short period of time. And these are also cheaper then regular vitamins and the taste is pretty decent, especially considering zinc is known for tasting pretty gross.


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StephB
Jan 04, 2009


These lozenges are wonderful. They have Zinc and Vitamin C in them so it really soothes your throat and eases coughing - the relief lasts longer than the 10 minutes you get with the other "quick fix" brands. Of course I still use Halls when I am coughing my lungs out and need quick relief but these lozenges are much longer lasting. Over the course of a day you'll go through less of these and feel much better. They also taste great; not at all like medicine. They are a little bit more expensive than buying a sleeve of Halls but well worth the investment!


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