Kiwiherb, Children's Echinature, 50ml
Children's Echinature is the essential immune product specially formulated for children 0 - 12 years, made from premium certified organic Echinacea root, in a base of organic apple juice with natural orange flavour. Kiwiherb Children's Echinature is made from premium organic Echinacea root grown in the beautiful Canterbury Plains of New Zealand. Being in a convenient liquid form, Children's Echinature is great for children who can't swallow tablets, and it also allows for greater dosage flexibility.
Helps to maintain healthy immune function. Symptomatic relief of recurrent upper respiratory tract infections. May reduce the severity and duration of colds. Specially formulated for children 0 - 12 years. Convenient liquid formulation. Certified organic formula
Each 1ml contains extracts equivalent to:
Echinacea root (organic) 200mg.
In a base of organic apple juice concentrate, organic palm free vegetable glycerine & purified water with natural orange & fennel flavour.
No artificial flavours, sweeteners, preservatives or colours are used in this product.
Infants under 1yr: 2 - 10 drops (0.1 - 0.5ml);
Children 1-2yrs: 10 - 20 drops (0.5 - 1ml);
Children 3-5yrs: 1 - 2ml;
Children 6-12yrs: 2 - 4 ml;
Adults: 4 – 10ml (for sensitive types or those wishing to avoid alcohol).
Maintenance Dose: Take once daily.
During risk times: Take 2 - 4 times daily.
Dilute in 30ml water or juice and drink immediately.
Follow with a glass of water if necessary.
If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner. Use only as directed. Always read the label. Those allergic to Asteraceae family plants (e.g. chamomile, artichokes, daisies) should take care when taking Echinacea due to possible allergic reaction. Temporary harmless tingling in the mouth may occur immediately after taking as a natural effect of high quality Echinacea – this is normal and indicative of the quality & potency of Echinacea.
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.