Nature provides us with plenty of foods and herbs that heal: two of those amazing healing herbs are oregano and thyme.
Oregano is known for it’s antimicrobial and immune-stimulating properties that support respiratory health.
Thyme is also an antimicrobial and immune-stimulant that drains the congestion and relaxes the lungs so that you can breathe more deeply and easily. It relives symptoms of bronchitis, excessive mucous and inflammation of the upper respiratory tract.
Colflex is a unique throat spray that contains both oregano and thyme making it very effective for relief of cough and sore throats.
Here at Better Living in Toronto (Etobicoke) we like to take precautions to stay healthy and ward off attacks on our immune system. Working with public all day long makes this a bit challenging, but not if we have a bottle of Colflexspray on our desk ready to use!
Colflex is our first choice for coughs and sore throats, tastes great and is easy to use. Just 2-3sprays a few times a day and viruses and bacteria stand no chance. Our customers also find it very handy when travelling, especially during long flights when the recycled airplane airand weakened immune system make them more vulnerable to infections.The last thing you want is to get to your destination and start sneezing, sniffling and getting sick with a sore throat or cough.
Colflex is very effective for the following:
- Sore throat
- Cold and cough
- Upper respiratory congestion
- Cold sores
- Bad breath
- Oral hygiene (gums, fresh breath)
- Strained vocal cords
If you’ve been hesitant to try oregano due to it’s strong taste, Colflex is just the thing for you. Sweetened with stevia and flavoured with lemon oil, cinnamon-lemon or arctic mint it tastes so great that even kids like to take it. Colflex comes in two flavours: cinnamon-lemon and arctic mint and delivers therapeutic doses of oregano and thyme essential oils to keep you healthy this winter.
“I use Colflex everyday for prevention, for fresh breath and plaque free oral hygiene. With my kids, I use it at the first sign of a sore throat or cough.” -Doug A., Winnipeg