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021 254 9159 liv@livsapothecary.co.nz
Winter Wellness Tonic

Winter Wellness Tonic is a potent, immune-boosting formula.  Echinacea “blend” features as the main ingredient, which is a combination of both Echinacea angustifolia and Echinacea purpurea.  Research shows that the blend of these two Echinacea plants are more effective when used in combination than individually.  The antiviral properties of Olive leaf and warming effects of Ginger, complement Echinacea.

Winter Wellness Tonic…

  • Is designed to support the immune system
  • May reduce the severity and duration of colds and flu
  • Assist in the symptomatic relief of upper respiratory tract infections

This formula works most effectively when taken at the immediate onset of cold/flu symptoms.  Tip: keep a bottle on hand during winter in preparation for when symptoms hit.

Recommended for:

  • Colds
  • Flu
  • Upper respiratory tract infections

Ingredients:

  • E. angustifolia & E. purpurea (Echinacea blend)
  • Olea europaea (Olive leaf)
  • Zingiber officinale (Ginger)

Medicinal Herbs are 100% natural.  Nothing artificial and no allergens are present in this product.  Product of New Zealand.

Directions: Shake bottle and take 5ml (1 teaspoon) 3 times daily with food.  Dilute in water or juice if desired.  Store in a cool, dark place.  Take until bottle completed.

Warning: Not intended for children under 12 years; during pregnancy or breastfeeding.  If taking medication, seek approval from your Healthcare Practitioner or connect with Liv for more information.

Always read the label.  Use only as directed.  If symptoms persist contact Liv with any concerns or consult your Healthcare Practitioner.

200ml bottle $49 + postage (FREE postage on orders of 2+ Tonics).

500ml bottle available upon request.

Individualised tonics also available upon request.

To order, email: liv@livsapothecary.co.nz with your request.

Sidekick: Breathe Easy Tonic

Read Liv’s Blog – Winter Wellness Wisdom

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