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Great tasting 4 in 1 oral spray with Essential Spice Oils of Oregano, Thyme, Cinnamon and Lemon Oil, Spearmint Oil in an Olive Oil (extra virgin) base sweetened with stevia and fortified with Vitamin D3 (50 iu per spray)

Antimicrobial Activity Lab Test conducted by 3rd Party Lab

Objective: To test the antimicrobial activity of ColFlex against Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pneumonia, E.coli and salmonella typhi.

Experimental Procedure: For each test bacteria, 0.6 ml (4 sprays) was mixed with grown bacterial culture. The mixture was incubated at 37°C and total viable counts were determined after 9 min, 27 min and 54 min incubation time. All experiments were performed in triplicate.

Analytical Results: ColFlex inhibited the growth of bacteria such as S. aureus and S. pneumonia after 27 minutes and inhibited the growth of E.coli and S. typhi after 9 minutes.

Intended Uses For Colflex:

• Coughs
• Sore throat
• Upper respiratory
• Gum and throat
• Laryngitis
• General Oral Hygiene
• Use before and after presentations to help sooth vocal chords
• Fresh breath
• Traveling challenges

Health Canada Monograph

Thyme is traditionally used in Herbal Medicine to help relieve coughs (spasmolytic), flatulent dyspepsia and colic (carminative). It is also used as an expectorant to help relieve the symptoms of bronchitis and inflammation and excessive phlegm of the upper respiratory tract (anti-catarrh).

Market Tested

Manitoba, Ontario, British Columbia. 600 + people tested the product with great success.


“I am a health store owner and had tried many products on a bad cough that I had. The Colflex spray soothed my throat and stopped my coughing and now I carry it in my purse and use it for prevention.” – Maria S., Toronto

“I use Colflex on myself and my kids at the first sign of a sore throat or cough, for prevention and fresh, clean oral hygiene.” – Doug A., Winnipeg

Thyme Study: A 1995 study by Nicole Didry at the College of Pharmaceuticals and Biological Sciences in Lille, France, found that thyme oil at very low concentrations (<500 ppm) killed the pathogenic organisms responsible for tooth decay, gingivitis, and bad breath.