Kiwiherb Echinature. Echinacea with Active Manuka Honey. Immune enhancing herb. May be used to help prevent or treat the common cold and flu or any other acute or chronic bacterial infection. Safe to use in conjunction with antibiotics or other symptomatic infection. Preventing secondary bacterial infections after a cold or flu. persistent coughs which may develop after an infection. Chronic viral and bacterial infections. Help to kill the bacteria which causes boils and acne and also helping to heal these skin conditions. Wounds which are slow to heal and bacterial infections. May be diluted and used topically as well as taken internally. Practitioner strength, high potency formula. Bio-Gro Certified Organic. 100ml
Indication for use. This formulation may be used to help prevent or treat the common cold and flu or any other acute or chronic bacterial infection. It is safe to be taken in conjunction with antibiotics or other symptomatic treatment. Preventing secondary bacterial infections after a cold or flu. For persistent coughs which may develop after an infection. For chronic viral and bacterial infections. For helping to kill the bacteria which cause boils and acne and also helping to heal these skin conditions. May be diluted and used topically as well as taken internally. For wounds which are slow to heal and bacterial infections.
Shake well and dilute with water or juice just before use.
Adults during risk time: Take 3-5ml 3-4 times a day.
Adults maintenance dose: Take 3-5ml once daily
Children 6 to 12 acute: Take 1/2 the adult dose.
For children under 6, use Kiwiherb Childrens Echinacea.
- Add 1-2 tbls Blackcurrant Syrup (Barkers are good) to a cup
- Fill with Hot water
- Add 3-5ml of Kiwiherb Echinature
Kiwiherb Organic Echinature is a practitioner strength, high potency formula. It is important to be aware of the two different doses - one for acute symptoms and the other as a preventative dose. It is normal to experience a tongue tingling effect when taking Kiwiherb Echinature. It is in fact a sign that the product is very strong and of good quality.
Echinacea - The importance of Quality & Dosage
Fresh or Dried?
The dried root produces an extract that is higher in active alkylamides than using the fresh plant. In fresh plant extracts, the active constituents are more diluted than in a died extract, due to the water content.
The effectiveness of Echinacea for prevention and treatment of cold and flu is dose related. Evidence from clinical trials suggests the preventative dosage for Echinacea purpurea is equivalent of 1000-2000mg dried root per day. Clinical experience suggests the treatment dosage during an acute infection should be 2-4 times greater than the preventative dose, ie 2000-8000mg dried root per day. During the early stage of an infection, it is advisable to take a loading dose daily (in divided doses) and as symptoms begin to resolve the dose can be reduced to two thirds or half the loading dose, and continued until all symptoms have gone.
Duration of use
it is sometimes touted that Echinacea should not be taken for prolonged periods, due to the alleged reduction in efficacy or tolerance that is said to develop with ongoing use. There is, however, no convincing evidence to support this statement.
Each 1ml contains certified organic herbal extract equivalent to dried: Echinacea purpurea root 400mg, standardised to contain not less than 0.7mg/ml total alkylamides. In a base of active Manuka honey 150mg, in a base of organic apple juice concentrate and natural orange flavour. Contains no artificial flavours, sweeteners, colours or preservatives, gluten, yeast or dairy derivatives. Contains alcohol. Store below 30°C away from direct sunlight.
Keep out of the reach of children. A brief period of numbness of the mouth may be experienced after ingestion. This is due to the high level of alkylamides in this product. Discontinue use immediately if you notice any adverse reactions. May be used in conjunction with antibiotics. Strongly allergic individuals should not take Echinacea unless under supervision of a suitably trained health practitioner. Those allergic to Asteraceae family plants (eg. Chamomile, artichokes, daisies) should take care when taking Echinacea due to possible allergic reaction.