Echinacea + Olive + Propolis + Elder + Willow + Vitamin C + Zinc
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Vitamin C and zinc contribute to the normal function of the immune system.

Vitamin C and zinc contribute to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.

*Health claims contained in the Annex of the EU Regulation
It is in the cold months of the year (autumn and winter) when the population suffers the highest number of viral respiratory infections. You are talking about the common cold and the flu.
These infections account for half of all acute infections. Cold temperatures modify circulatory conditions in nasal mucosa (layer that covers the inside of the nose), make it easier for viruses to penetrate and, therefore, infections to develop.
But the factor that most influences the spread of these viral infections is the fact that, due to the cold, you tend to meet in closed-in, unventilated spaces for longer periods: bars, shops, cinemas, school classrooms…, which facilitates the transmission of the virus from person to person.

1. Your best choice is prevention!

  • You must strengthen your immune system to enhance your defences and prevent the invasion and spread of the virus through your body.
  • Maintaining a healthy and adequate nutritional status with a varied, balanced and complete diet, which provides us with all the macro and micronutrients that you need.
  • Regularly consuming foods such as: yoghurt (and other fermented dairy products), cabbage, pulses, citrus, garlic, red fruits, honey, rosehip infusions…
  • Complementing your usual diet with certain food supplements, which, according to scientific literature, have shown a positive effect by improving your immune system: lactic ferments, vitamin C, zinc, propolis, echinacea…
  • Leading a physically active life, as it strengthens the immune system: walk daily, use stairs instead of the lift, regularly practice some sport…
  • Maintaining optimal hydration. Water improves the body’s resistance to disease and regulates your metabolism.
    You have to drink water, teas, broths and soups, natural juices…

2. Avoid infections: hygienic standards

  • Wash your hands often.
  • Cover your mouth when you sneeze and cough.
  • Dispose of nasal and oral secretions hygienically. Use tissues and throw them into the trash.
  • When possible, avoid crowds and closed spaces.

3. Improve your general condition

  • There is no specific curative treatment for these viruses.
  • Colds and the flu are benign and self-limiting processes, which will resolve themselves; what you need is time and the process to take its course.

What you can do is minimize the symptoms so that the process is more bearable. You try to reduce general discomfort, improve muscular, head and joint pains, reduce fever and cough, decongest the nose…

Certain plants or natural products such as Olive Leaf, Echinacea, Elderberry, Willow, Propolis… can help us reduce these symptoms.


Certain plants or natural products such as Olive Leaf, Echinacea, Elderberry, Willow, Propolis… can help us reduce these symptoms.






Maltodextrin, Acidity regulator (citric acid), Echinacea, Olivactive® (olive leaf extract), Aromas, Propolis, Sweeteners (acesulfame K, steviol glycosides), Elderflower, Colour (beta-carotene), Zinc gluconate, Anti-caking agent (silicon dioxide), Vitamin C and Willow.

Per 3 sticks:
Echinacea D.E.: 750 mg
Olivactive®: 600 mg
Propolis D.E.: 225 mg
Elderflower D.E.: 150 mg
Willow D.E.: 75 mg
Vitamin C: 80 mg (100% NRV*)
Zinc: 10 mg (100% NRV*)

*NRV: Nutrient Reference Values.

Not recommended during pregnancy or breast-feeding.
Do not take this food supplement if you have hypersensitivity to salicylates or an allergy or intolerance to one of its ingredients.
If you suffer from gastric problems, take during meals.
Not recommended in case of autoimmune diseases.

Dissolve the contents of a stick in a glass of water (100 ml), stir and drink before breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Recommended daily consumption: 3 sticks.

Container of 18 sticks of 3 g.

It can be complemented with …