EchinaSealÂ® - The Infection Fighter
Same Great Formula, Same Reassuringly Taste
EchinaSealÂ® is a combination well loved by thousands and thousands of users and practitioners, because it works. Its bitter taste is its distinctive signature, a time-tested warrant of its outstanding effectiveness. When you suffer with upper respiratory infections of either a viral or a bacterial nature, reach for EchinaSealÂ®. EchinaSealÂ® is especially potent for bacterial infections, but when used at the first signs of a cold or flu, it will often nip these in the bud.
The ingredients in this formula have years of traditional use behind them. A tremendous amount of modern clinical and laboratory work confirms that they are especially effective for treating upper respiratory tract and bacterial infections. The anti-infective properties of each herb are improved by their synergistic dynamics. Echinacea is the infection fighter par excellence; its benefits escalate by combining it with the other herbs in this formula. Goldenseal, myrrh and propolis are all anti-infective. Propolis has the added benefit of analgesia, thus its utility for easing the pain of sore throats. Wild indigo, anti-infective in its own right, makes echinacea work better, while cayenne makes everything work better.
Other combinations to consider: Use in combination with RespirafectÂ® (Usnea Combo) for lung infections or with UritrinÂ® (Golden Rod Combo) for urinary tract infections or SinafectÂ® (Elder Combo) for sinus infections. For longer-term immune support, consider our Deep ImmuneÂ® formula.
Administration Take 1-2 ml (30-60 drops) three-six times daily in a little water on an empty stomach; may be gargled before swallowing.
Contra-indications and Cautions: Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you have been diagnosed with a medical condition or if you are taking prescription medications. If symptoms persist, consult a health care practitioner. Do not use this product if you have an allergy to bees or bee stings or to the Asteraceae family of plants.