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Banderym
March 9 2021
Are there any problems to use with the elderly
iHerb Customer
April 1 2021
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My mother liked these candies...for receiving zink especially I ordered them for her, they are as well, made from brown rice syrup - which is rather mild in sweetness, not as super-sweet as many cadies, made for instance with white sugar, other sugars. ....in my view anyone also enjyoing them can eat them for zink intake....
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iHerb Customer
January 22 2021
is that safe for diabetes ?
iHerb Customer
January 23 2021
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Each lozenge contains 1 gram of sugar. You're better off finding a sugar-free alternative
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iHerb Customer
September 11 2020
Hello this product is kosher ?
iHerb Customer
November 23 2020
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no.--..
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iHerb Customer
July 14 2020
Does it contain pig gelatin?
iHerb Customer
July 14 2020
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No, it doesn't
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iHerb Customer
July 6 2020
Is it Halal?
iHerb Customer
July 6 2020
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Im not sure to be honest
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iHerb Customer
April 7 2020
Where is this manufactured originally?
iHerb Customer
April 8 2020
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It doesn't say though it has an USA address on back of packet.
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iHerb Customer
March 29 2020
Is there a reason that manufacturers add citric acid (vitamin c) to zinc lozenges? Vitamin C negates the effects of zinc. Learned this and cannot find any of the lozenge type zinc products without it. I would buy so many, but they must always have vitamin c in some form in them.
iHerb Customer
March 30 2020
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Do you mean ascorbic acid? Vitamin C doesn't negate the effect of zinc so nothing to worry about
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iHerb Customer
February 18 2020
How many calories are in each lozenge and how many grams of sugar - not cane sugar but dietary sugar, like listed in the nutritional content of foods?
iHerb Customer
February 19 2020
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Reading from the back of the package: One lozenge contains 15 calories and 1 gram of sugar. 4 g total carbs. The only sweetener in these lozenges is brown rice syrup, which is the reason I buy them. No corn syrup, sucrose, cane sugar or artificial sweeteners.
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TheSpeedofJoy
March 2 2019
Are these non-gmo?
crapski
March 3 2019
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hi. sorry i dont know the ANSWER . I HAVE PURCHaSED BUT NOT RECEIVED THESE YET
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iHerb Customer
January 30 2019
Are these individually wrapped to throw in your purse?
iHerb Customer
January 30 2019
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Yes
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