Umcka Cold Care Chewable Tablets
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Umcka Cold Care Chewable Tablets

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    Nature's Way Umcka ColdCare is made from a proprietary extract of Pelargonium sidoides (African Geranium) root. It is clinically proven, in more than 25 scientific studies, to reduce symptom severity of the common, cold, bronchitis, laryngitis and sore throat. Nature's Way Umcka ColdCare is non-drowsy and is suitable for children.


    Medicinal Ingredients per tablet:

     South African Geranium (Pelargonium sidoids, Root) 20 mg


    Non-medicinal ingredients: Sorbitol, xylitol, mannitol, croscarmellose sodium, natural cherry flavour, citric acid, magnesium stearate, stearic acid, malic acid, maltodextrin.



    Adults and children 13 years and older: 1 tablet 3 times/day

    Children 6-12: 1 tablet 2 times/day

    Children 1-5: 1 tablet 1 time/day

    Chew or dissolve tablets in the mouth. Do not swallow whole. For best results, use at first sign of symptoms and continue to use for an additional 48 hours after symptoms cease. Consult a health care practitioner for use beyond 7 days if condition does not improve.


    Caution: If you have a liver disorder, consult a health care practitioner prior to use. Stop use and consult a health care practitioner if you develop symptoms of liver trouble such as yellowing of the skin/eyes (jaundice), stomach pain, dark urine, sweating, nausea, unusual tiredness and/or loss of appetite. If symptoms are severe or are accompanied by high fever and shortness of breath, consult a health care practitioner.

    Contra-indications: Use during pregnancy is not recommended due to lack of clinical data.

    Known adverse reactions: Some people may experience gastrointestinal discomfort, and in rare cases, some people may experience mild nosebleeds, bleeding gums, hypersensitivity, such as an allergy, has been known to occur; in which case, discontinue use. Rare, unpredictable cases of liver injury have been reported.