EZC Pak is an award-winning physician formulated 5-day tapered dose pack composed of Echinacea, Zinc, and Vitamin C designed to support your immune system.
The EZC Pak 5-Day is designed to be taken at the first sign of symptoms (eg, fatigue, sore throat, congestion).
EZC Pak is optimally taken at the first sign of symptoms. It is composed of two capsules, the green Echinacea capsule and tan Zinc-Vitamin C capsule. Take both capsules together, preferably after meals or with food.
Day 1: 4 times a day
Day 2: 3 times a day
Days 3-5: 2 times a day
Take EZC Pak 2 times a day after meals.
Common Situations Include:
• Travel or Lack of Sleep
• Long or Irregular Work Schedules
• Stressful Life Situations
• Close Contact with others who are sick
• Chronic Disease (Diabetes, etc)
• Smoking or High Alcohol Consumption
There is no perfect answer to this question, but 12 times a year can be considered an upper limit. The more sparingly EZC Pak is used, the more effective its immune support remains when you need it most.
No formal studies exist on Echinacea use during pregnancy, but Echinacea is among the most commonly used herbs during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.
In first pregnancies in an otherwise healthy mother (no autommine disease, etc), Echinacea use is probably safe. In subsequent pregnancies, it is important to make sure that the mother and baby do not have any contraindications to immune stimulation. One such situation is Rh incompatibility, in which the mother has Rh negative blood and the baby has Rh positive blood. In these instances, you do not want take anything that stimulates or revs up the immune system.
EZC Pak is designed for 18 years old and up.
In ages 12-18 years old, half the daily dose:
Day 1: 2x a day
Day 2: 2x a day
Days 3-5: 1x a day
Children can have a higher incidence of allergic reactions with Echinacea use, most commonly rash. If a rash occurs, stop immediately.
EZC Pak+D is the base EZC Pak with added Vitamin D.
Yes, EZC Pak can be purchased over the counter.
If the pharmacy you visit does not carry EZC Pak on its shelf, you can ask any store to order it for you at the pharmacy counter. EZC Pak will usually be available to you for next day pickup.
Similarly, you can ask your grocery store to order it from their supplier. This usually takes a bit longer.