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Immune System Support | Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Echinacea

Echinacea is widely known for its immune system boosting properties, and Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals has harnessed the wellness power of this flowering plant in their Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Echinacea 120 Tablets. Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Echinacea can help you boost your immune system health and promote good health, inside and out! Echinacea has benefits ranging from preventing inflammation, to lowering blood sugar levels and promoting healthy white blood cells. Because of these benefits, Echinacea is a common wellness and feel-good ingredient. Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Echinacea packs in 400mg of potent echinacea compounds to give you the most potent dose so you can start feeling the benefits yourself!

Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Echinacea Benefits

  • Supports Immune System Health
  • Helps Lower Blood Sugar Levels
  • Promotes Healthy White Blood Cells
  • Anti-Inflammatory Properties
  • Promotes Healthy Cell Growth

How to Take Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Echinacea

Take as a dietary supplement. Take 1 tablet one to four times a day as needed. 

Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Echinacea Ingredients


Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Echinacea Warnings & Side Effects

Warning: Do not exceed recommended dosage. Store in a cool, dry place. 

Side Effects: Taking Echinacea may result in side effects such as rashes, itchy skin, hives, swelling, stomach pain, nausea, and shortness of breath. These side effects may occur in people who are allergic to flowers, given echinacea's flowering plant origins. 


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