Echinacea is one of the most popular, respected and highly researched herbs in the world. It is known primarily as an immune stimulating and strengthening herb.*
ChildLife® Echinacea is made especially for infants and children. Dr. Clarke’s formulation of echinacea uses the two most potent, absorbable and bioavailable forms, echinacea angustifolia (root) and echinacea purpurea (leaf & flower). Dr. Clarke has also solved one of the major issues that has prevented children from taking echinacea in the past…taste! ChildLife® Echinacea tastes great, it has an all natural, sweet orange flavor that children absolutely love! ChildLife® Echinacea is infant and child friendly and easy for parents to use.
ChildLife® uses only the highest quality ingredients.
This formula is gluten free, casein free and alcohol free. It contains no milk, eggs, wheat, yeast, peanuts, tree nuts, fish or shellfish. No artificial colorings, flavorings or sweeteners. The Echinacea is organically grown and flavored with natural sweet orange essential oil.
Infants 6 months to 1 yr: 5 drops, 4x daily
Children 1-12 yrs: 10 drops, 4x daily
• Shake well before use.
• Store in a cool dry place.
• Give directly or mix with your child’s favorite drink.
Deionized Water, Glycerin, Fructose and Natural Orange Oil.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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