Sunday, 17 November 2013

Potter's Herbals Cold & Flu Relief ~ Review


Cold Flu Relief Pack M GROUP

Potter's Herbals
Cold & Flu Relief

As we are in the season of colds and flu
I thought it would be good to review a product
that can help.
If you don't like taking medication all the time
then this is a really good alternative.

This remedy has been manufactured for over 70 years.
It's a unique combination of traditional herbal ingredients 
to relieve the symptoms of colds and flu.

Potter’s Cold & Flu Relief is made with the natural active ingredients:

Elderflower
Hemlock Spruce
Bayberry Bark
 Also contains:

Peppermint Oil
Cassia (Chinese Cinnamon) Oil
Pimento Oil
Clove Oil
Capsicum Tincture
Ginger

You start taking it at the first signs of common cold. 
This remedy needs to be diluted in warm or hot water.

Suitable for coeliacs. Contains sucrose and glucose (dextrose).

Potter's Cold & Flu Relief is a traditional herbal medicinal 
product for the symptomatic relief of 
cold and flu type infections, chills and sore throats 
exclusively based upon long-standing use as a traditional remedy.

Now you have to be aware if you want to take this
that the flavour is quite strong.
It really does clear everything away!
I must admit after taking it my sore throat subsided
and my sinuses and nostrils felt clear.
It is a flavour that you might not like
but if it helps keep colds and flu at bay then it could be worth it.

Potter’s traditional herbal remedies can be found in Boots, Holland & Barrett, 
Tesco, Sainbury's, Waitrose, Nutricentre, 
Rowlands and all good independent health food stores and pharmacies.

Potter's Herbals have a number of different
herbal remedies in their line.
Why don't you check out their website to see
if there is a remedy that can help you:

potters herbals

They even have a symptom checker for you:
symptom checker


I received Potter's Herbal Cold & Flu relief to review.
However all opinion expressed are my own.
No monies were received for this post.


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