Blackmores Echinacea Forte

Echinacea Forte

Echinacea formula to help shorten the duration and decrease the severity of cold symptoms.

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Blackmores Echinacea Forte is a high strength echinacea supplement. Echinacea has traditionally been used in western herbal medicine for the relief of sore throat and cough associated with the common cold and flu.

Why use

  • May help to shorten the duration and decrease the severity of symptoms of colds
  • May decrease the incidence of colds
  • Supports healthy function of the immune system
  • Standardised potency, beta-1, 2-D-oligofructofuranosides 1.6 mg per tablet

The Blackmores difference

Blackmores source quality ingredients and test stability to ensure our formulas high potency.

Active ingredients per tablet

Echinacea purpurea- echinacea


(standardised to contain beta-1, 2-D-oligofructofuranosides 1.6 mg)


Adults – Take 2 tablets up to 3 times a day with meals, or as professionally prescribed

Children 2-12 years – We recommend Blackmores Liquid Echinacea. Not to be used by children under 2 years of age without medical advice

Contraindications and cautions

  • If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional
  • May occasionally cause mild gastrointestinal symptoms
  • Use with caution if you suffer from asthma or allergies
  • Not to be used by children under 2 years of age without medical advice

Physical description

A light green, capsule shaped tablet with a break bar on one side
Always read the label. Use only as directed.

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Had a bad cold when traveling to Singapore and a representative from Guardian recommended this product. It was pricey, but as we have consumed it, especially before the onset of a cold, we have noticed that it shortens and prevents the symptoms from worsening.

absolutely great product!!!

Now we buy bottles whenever we go to singapore.

Hope you will soon have products here in Manila Philippines.
Anonymous 29 Sep 2015