Phyto-relief CC: prevention of cold episodes. Control of signs/symptoms and complications.

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Summary of "Phyto-relief CC: prevention of cold episodes. Control of signs/symptoms and complications."

The aim of this supplement, registry study was to evaluate the effects of the use of standardized, oral supplement (Phyto-Relief CC, Alchem). Phyto-Relief CC includes anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and anti- edema natural compounds. Increased salivation produced by ginger is useful in the prevention of cold episodes and on signs and symptoms associated to the episodes by increasing saliva and its content (i.e. lysozyme). Main targets of the study were the evaluation of the occurrence of episodes and the reduction of signs/symptoms, the reduction of days of disease, the reduction in the use of other treatments and the control of cold-related complications.


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Name: Minerva gastroenterologica e dietologica
ISSN: 1827-1642


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