Natural Orange Flavor – Liquid Formula

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Echinacea has been researched for its ability to boost and support a healthy immune system.*

And now, infants and kids can benefit from one of the most popular, respected and highly researched herbs in the world.

Tastes Great. One of the things that prevented children from taking echinacea in the past was its taste. No longer. ChildLife® Echinacea is flavored with a natural, sweet, orange essential oil that children love.

Potent and Consistent. ChildLife® Echinacea contains the two most potent, absorbable and bioavailable forms of echinacea: echinacea augustifolia (root) and echinacea purperea (leaf & flower). Its alcohol-free liquid form assures consistent levels of the herb’s active compounds.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Only the Highest Quality, Cleanest and Purest Ingredients.    

  • No GMOs or alcohol.
  • Gluten-free.
  • No artificial colorings, flavorings or sweeteners.
  • No dairy, eggs, soy, fish, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, corn or yeast.



For Ongoing Maintenance and Support 

May be provided during the winter season, one time per day, every other day.

Ideally, give with breakfast so that your child’s body can absorb, metabolize and utilize these nutrients throughout the day when they are the most active.

ChildLife® Echinacea and ChildLife® First Defense can both be utilized to support and boost your child’s immune system. But because ChildLife® First Defense contains five ingredients, it provides more support than ChildLife® Echinacea.

For Extra Immune Support

May be given 4 times daily for up to 10 consecutive days.

For extra immune support combine with ChildLife® First Defense and ChildLife® Vitamin C.

From Infancy through the Teenage Years

ChildLife® Echinacea may be given when your child starts eating solid foods, continuing throughout the teenage years.

(If you are still breastfeeding when your child starts solid foods, wait to supplement until you stop nursing.)


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Melchart D, et al. “Results of Five Randomized Studies on the Immunomodulatory Activity of Preparations of Echinacea.” J Alt Comp Med. 1995;1(2):145-160.
Tyler V., “Herbs of Choice: The Therapeutic Use of Phytomedicinals.” Binghamton, NY: Pharmaceutical Products Press; 1994.