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According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) adults will have an average of 2-3 colds per year. Most colds will last approximately 7-10 days. The symptoms of colds could include cough, sore throat, runny nose, body aches, fevers, headaches and fatigue. A cold can affect your activity such as going to work, interrupting your sleep and your day to day activities. The test product contains all natural ingredients which have been combined into a powder to be taken in water at the sign of a cold.
At the onset of a cold, mix 1 packet of the drink-mix product in 6-8 oz. of hot water. Drink the drink mix twice a day until symptoms are gone or 18 days, whichever comes first.
1. Complete the screening survey.
2. Sign the eConsent if approved.
3. Complete the baseline survey, demographic form, and Medication and Supplements form.
4. Receive test product and log into study portal and complete supplement receipt form. This will mark the start of your participation in this study.
5. Once you have a cold, complete the symptom survey.
6. Take test product.
7. Write down any adverse or ill effects any time after taking the test product.
8. Record if you took any additional medications or supplements daily during the course of your cold.
9. Note any final adverse events and complete the exit form.
Immune System Diseases
Hawthorne Effect, Inc.
Not yet recruiting
Hawthorne Effect Inc.
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-09-30T07:06:54-0400
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