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Our site is not implying that COLD-EEZE® products currently available are linked or could be linked to any type of side effect involving the loss of smell or taste. The information contained on this site does not imply that COLD-EEZE® products are unsafe or deemed a defective drug.

When you have the common cold, you want to get rid of it as soon as possible. But you may be concerned about using some over-the-counter medications. Instead, you turn to homeopathic remedies; after all, they have to be safe, right?

In fact, homeopathic remedies, such as COLD-EEZE® are regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Some COLD-EEZE® products have been best-selling cold relief product for consumers. In fact, the FDA has found the COLD-EEZE® product safe for its intended use.

Regardless of the Quigley's claims of COLD-EEZE® safety, many consumers have begun to come forward after using certain products. Some individuals are alleging that COLD-EEZE® products left a burning sensation in their noses, and they completely lost their sense of smell after using the product, although there have not been any substantiated claims that the company's discontinued products caused a condition known as anosmia, or the loss of smell). Quigley counters those claims by stating that perhaps it was the cold that caused their loss of smell.

Our site is not implying that current COLD-EEZE® products currently available are linked or could be linked to any type of side effect involving the loss of smell or taste. However for those who claim to have lost the ability to smell (and taste) after a medication or homeopathic cold remedy it can be a life altering experience. After all, the sense of smell is critical to a person's safety and possibly to a person's career. Take, for instance, if the affected person was a chef who must taste his or her food. If such a product has left him or her without the ability to tell if a dish is too salty, too garlic-filled, or too bland, he or she might be out of a job. Additionally, if a person can no longer detect odors, a natural gas leak in the home could lead to death or serious injury.

Some law firms are offering free consultations and are investigating potential claims on behalf of allegedly injured victims that have used COLD-EEZE® or other homeopathic cold remedy products and claim to have lost their sense of smell or taste, although the COLD-EEZE® nasal spray products have not been made for eight (8) years and the company (The Quigley Corporation) claims they have not received any complaints from any individuals regarding its current products available, such as their lozenges.

The information contained on this site does not imply that COLD-EEZE® products are unsafe or deemed a defective drug.

 

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THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT and not affiliated in any way with COLD-EEZE®. COLD-EEZE® is a registered trademark of Prophase Labs, Inc. f/k/a The Quigley Corporation. The information contained on this site does not imply that COLD-EEZE® products are unsafe or deemed a defective drug. For official information visit  www.FDA.gov. You should consult your doctor or physician before starting or stopping any medication. Page updated 2/23/2012