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New... Introducing Bosisto's Echinacea Throat Sprays

 If you’re constantly reaching for the tissue box every winter, this could be your lucky year.  

 
Great tasting sore throat relief - plus immunity boost!

If you're constantly reaching for the tissue box every winter, this could be your lucky year.  Launching just in time for cold and flu season, new Bosisto’s Echinacea Throat Sprays have a unique dual-action which both comforts the symptoms, and boosts the immune system to help the body fight a sore throat.  
 
A godsend for busy people who can’t afford to be ill, this innovative product provides immediate symptomatic relief while addressing the bigger issue of longer term wellbeing and vitality.
 
The new sprays come in a choice of three delicious flavours – a traditional burst of eucalyptus, the fresh tang of lemon, or refreshing peppermint.
 
Sore Throats – what are they?
A sore throat is often one of the very first signs of a cold.  One of the more painful and distressing of all cold and flu symptoms, they are usually caused by viruses but can be due to bacterial infections such as tonsillitis and strep throat.  

Although usually harmless, sore throats are a warning signal that should not be ignored and do need to be monitored carefully, particularly in combination with other symptoms such as body aches or fever.   Constant sore throats can be a sign of poor general health or a weakened immune system due to stress or poor nutrition - a ‘look after yourself’ wakeup call.

 
Natural Vs. Synthetic
Many of the leading brands of sore throat sprays on the market contain non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (or NSAID’s), which are drugs that work by producing a chemical reaction in the body to reduce swelling and pain.   NSAID’s are not recommended for use by the elderly, pregnant or breastfeeding women, children or asthmatics.  The potential for side effects and interactions with other medications also exists.
 
Bosisto’s Echinacea Throat Sprays are an alternative to NSAID sprays, based on natural ingredients and designed to work in harmony with the body’s natural immune system response.   Rather than ‘blocking’ symptoms and adding to the chemical load these formulas empower and support the body’s natural cold-fighting defences and encourage better general wellbeing all year round.
 
Bosisto’s Echinacea Throat Sprays contain no added sugar, artificial flavours or preservatives and are gluten and lactose free.  They are suitable for use by children 6+ and pregnant and breastfeeding women (consult your healthcare professional).  They can be used as often as required, even in conjunction with other cold and flu medications.
 
What’s in Bosisto’s Echinacea Throat Sprays?
 
•Echinacea – king of immune boosters
The herb Echinacea has centuries of use of an immune-stimulant, helping reduce the severity of colds and helping provide symptomatic relief.  Clinical trials have shown Echinacea can cut a cold’s duration by an average of 1.4 days.  Recently, the world’s largest ever clinical study into Echinacea concluded it could reduce the number of recurrent colds caught by those with weakened immune systems by up to 60%.
 
•Honey – nature’s super soother
One of the key active ingredients in Bosisto’s Echinacea Throat Sprays, honey exhibits natural antimicrobial properties and has a soothing effect on the sore, inflamed tissues of the throat, reducing irritation and inhibiting the ‘cough reflex’.   Many studies have found honey effective in reducing the frequency of coughs, with one comparing its efficacy favourably against the common over-the-counter cough medicine ingredient dextromethorphan.
 
Great Value
Watching your budget?  Bosisto’s Echinacea Throat Sprays are better value than most competitors on a $/mL basis, including other natural throat sprays.   Plus, they’re proudly 100% Australian made & owned, supporting an Aussie family owned company.
 
Keen to try it? Buy online today. 

Always read the label and use only as directed.  If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.  

References & sources available on request.