Cold, flu & immunity

Action plan

How to boost your immunity

Follow our immune boosting tips and enjoy better health and wellbeing.

  1. Eat for your immunity
  2. Get into healthy habits
  3. Natural therapies
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Cold, flu & immunity
Essentials

Vitamin C Chewable

Vitamin C Essentials by Blackmores

From $10.00

This great-tasting chewable vitamin C is gentle on the stomach and contains no added artificial sweeteners.
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Cold, flu & immunity

Kaloba®

$19.99

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This product is available for pre-order.

Blackmores Kaloba® is a registered, plant-based medicine for acute bronchitis.

Pelargonium sidoides(pelargonium):extract equivalent to dry root 91 mg

Dosage

Acute bronchitis
Adults and adolescents over  the age of 12 years:
Take 30 drops (1.35 ml) 3 times a day

Children aged between 6-12 years:

Take-20 drops (0.9 ml) 3 times  a day

Children aged between 2-5 years:

Give 10 drops (0.45 ml) 3 times a day

Acute sinusitis

Adults take 60 drops (2.7 ml) 3 times a day
  • Kaloba® should not be used in children under 2 years of age
  • Children under the age of 6 years should only be treated with Kaloba® after previous consultation with your doctor
  • Use during pregnancy or breast feeding is not recommended without first consulting with your doctor or pharmacist
  • Contains alcohol
  • Treatment duration should not exceed 1 week for acute bronchitis and 3 weeks for acute sinusitis
  • Consult your doctor immediately if the condition does not improve within one week, if you have fever that lasts for several days or in the case of shortness of breath or if you cough up bloody sputum
12 July 2011

Infection

Everyday health

Infections are illnesses caused by organisms such as bacteria, viruses and fungi or parasites. These disease-causing organisms are also referred to as germs, microbes or pathogens.

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01 April 2010

Allergies

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Allergies can create a wide range of symptoms, and can be particularly frustrating - particularly if you don't know what you're allergic to.

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