Innotech Nutrition’s Colflex Super Oregano Oral Spray, a proven inhibiter of cold and flu bacteria, featured on top “mom blog” in U.S.

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The 2017-18 cold and flu season has been one of the worst in recent memory, but there is help out there to help in the fight to stay healthy. The University of Manitoba proved Innotech Nutrition’s Colflex throat spray, recently featured on MomBlogSociety.com, is a safe, all natural and effective inhibiter of cold and flu bacteria in a 2017 third-party study.

Colflex Super Oregano Oral Spray is the most convenient and hygienic spice oil spray, developed to help relieve coughs and sore throats.

In the lab, we found this product halted the incubation of staph, strep, E. coli and salmonella bacteria in less than 30 minutes. Our double-blind, randomized clinical trial showed Colflex had no effect on the glucose levels, lipids or liver enzymes of people who took the it over a period of weeks.

The 2017-18 cold and flu season has been one of the worst in recent memory, but there is help out there to help in the fight to stay healthy. The University of Manitoba proved Innotech Nutrition’s Colflex throat spray, recently featured on MomBlogSociety.com, is a safe, all natural and effective inhibiter of cold and flu bacteria in a 2017 third-party study.

According to the Center for Disease Control, as of Feb. 2, 53 children have died from the flu so far this season, and more than 17,000 people have been hospitalized. Most of those hospitalizations are adults over 50 and children under 4 years old. In order to better protect your loved ones and yourself, the article, titled “Fight cold, flu virus with University of Manitoba-tested and approved Colflex Super Oregano Oral Spray,” offers a few tips.

“The usual standbys are of course still relevant: Avoid contact with those who are sick and if you are sick, stay home and avoid healthy people; cover your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing, and wash your hands regularly with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer,” the article reads.

“But there’s also a new option recently confirmed for its efficacy in third-party testing by the University of Manitoba: Colflex Super Oregano Oral Spray.”

Colflex Super Oregano Oral Spray is the most convenient and hygienic spice oil spray, developed to help relieve coughs and sore throats. The formula is a blend of essential spice oils like oregano, thyme, spearmint and lemon, and the University of Manitoba concluded in a recent third-party study the spray is a safe and effective inhibiter in the fight against cold and flu bacteria.

“In the lab, we found this product halted the incubation of staph, strep, E. coli and salmonella bacteria in less than 30 minutes,” said Dr. Peter Jones, Canada Research Chair in Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals and the Director of the University of Manitoba’s Richardson Center. “Moreover, our double-blind, randomized clinical trial showed Colflex had no effect on the glucose levels, lipids or liver enzymes of people who took the supplement over a period of weeks.”

MomBlogSociety.com is one of the top blogs of its kind in the country, winning a number of awards, including Healthline’s Best Blogs of 2017 and Cision’s No. 1 blogger in the country in the “Mom blog” category. According to its site, it is a knowledge base for men and women, featuring brands from around the world.

“We really appreciate Mom Blog Society helping us spread the good word about Colflex to its many readers,” Innotech CEO Wayne Friesen said. “This flu season has been just brutal, and we have a great product that’s proven to help stop the growth and spread of flu bacteria. We know Colflex can help spare a lot of people the pain and misery that comes with the flu, especially when it’s as bad as it is this year.

“The more people we can share our information with, the better.”

For more information on Colflex Super Oregano Oral Spray, which is available on Amazon.com, visit http://www.innotechnutrition.com. To read the article in full, visit Mom Blog Society.

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