Throat Shield Lozenges Review
Throat Shield Lozenges is an herbal remedy advertised as being able to provide relief from throat inflammations. It may also help you strengthen your immune system. The product is made by Aboca from Italy, for its US partner, Gaia Herbs.
Gaia Herbs is a manufacturer of herbal products which also has one of the largest organic farms in the United States. Its Italian partner, Aboca, has more than thirty years of experience on the herbal products market and it also has a large farm for growing its own herbs. Both companies seem to enjoy a good reputation and their products are easily obtainable.
Gaia Herbs promotes Throat Shield Lozenges as a fast acting, long lasting herbal formula. The producer has included herbs such as aloe, myrrh and sage in the formulation in order to ensure a hydrated throat, to provide relief from throat inflammations and to enhance the immune system. In addition, cinnamon and peppermint should offer a sweet yet cooling taste. The product is supposed to help individuals with sore throats (e.g. when catching a cold) or irritated throats (e.g. as a result of excessive vocalizing). It is very useful while travelling as the bottle is small.
Throat Shield Lozenges Ingredients
Throat Shield Lozenges includes the following ingredients: Aloe Vera leaves (concentrated dried gel), Chicory root, Honey freeze dried extract, Sage leaves, Myrrh resin (freeze-dried extract), Peppermint leaf essential oil, Cinnamon bark essential oil, Cane sugar, and Mint natural flavor.
The potency of Throat Shield Lozenges is based on the emollient effect of sage, the mucilaginous properties of aloe and the anti-inflammatory benefits of myrrh. One core ingredient is Aloe Vera. Aloe possesses anti-inflammatory properties and thus may provide relief from itchy skin inflammations, it successfully acts on mucous membranes found in the throat, and it contains some substances which make it effective for the treatment of stomach and intestinal disorders. Laboratory tests have shown that aloe may decrease blood glucose levels (which may make it a useful remedy in the treatment of diabetes). In addition, aloe has been shown to lower several types of fats in the blood according to tests on animals and one small study on humans. Potential adverse effects are stomach cramps and diarrhea. In addition, aloe may enhance the effect of anti-diabetes drugs.
Throat Shield Lozenges has not been evaluated from the Food and Drug Administration which means that its safety and quality are not actually guaranteed. There are no side effects mentioned on the Gaia Herbs official website. The company does not recommend however the product to mothers who still nurse their babies and to pregnant women. Moreover, persons who suffer from a medical condition or take other medications should first consult their healthcare practitioner.
Gaia Herbs recommends a daily intake of up to two lozenges, with one serving consisting of one lozenge. One bottle contains twenty lozenges.
- It has encouraging customer satisfaction testimonials
- Shipping charges are affordable
- There are many online retailers offering discounts
- You can return the product to Gaia Herbs and be refunded
- The cost for one month’s supply is between $30 (discounts included, at online retailers) and $43-$45 (on the Gaia Herbs website, depending on whether you buy one bottle at a time or a three-pack), which recommends it as a fairly expensive product
- Aloe Vera and other ingredients may interact with several types of drugs
Throat Shield Lozenges is promoted as an herbal supplement for throat irritations and inflammations. We believe the list of ingredients (aloe vera, sage) would recommend the formula as being effective. Both the manufacturer and the exclusive distributor have a good reputation on the market, which should back up the product’s potency. We have also found customer satisfaction reviews which mostly said that Throat Shield Lozenges works well.
The only drawback is the relatively high cost for one month’s supply (if you take the maximum dose) especially when compared to products from competitors. You may also want to consult a healthcare specialist before using Throat Shield Lozenges as some ingredients interact with certain drugs (like aloe with anti-diabetes medication).
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