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Health First Congestion Relief Supreme, 60 gelcaps

Health First Congestion Relief Supreme, 60 gelcaps

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If cold and flu or allergy seasons have turned you into a mucous-y mess, you may need extra support to relieve congestion! Taking preventative measures like hand washing and using a saline nasal rinse can be effective to support your body's natural defenses. Adding an herbal supplement containing a potent combination of antifungal, antibacterial and immune-modulating herbs can also help provide relief when you need it most! 

Health First Congestion Relief Supreme works to help ease mucus buildup while clearing nasal and sinus congestion with a synergistic blend of organic oregano oil, organic garlic oil and black seed oil. Oregano oil has been well-researched for its antibacterial and antifungal properties. Rich in antioxidants, black seed oil has been shown in studies to support a healthy immune response. Garlic oil is not only used to help alleviate upper respiratory tract congestion, but it also helps to maintain cardiovascular health and reduce blood lipid levels.


  • Formulated with organic oregano oil, organic garlic oil and black seed oil.
  • Helps to relieve excess mucus and nasal congestion associated with upper respiratory tract conditions.
  • Garlic oil helps to reduce elevated blood lipid levels and maintain cardiovascular health.

Medicinal Ingredients

Each gelcap contains
Distilled garlic oil*(Allium sativum, bulb): 1 mg
Oregano oil*(Origanum vulgare, leaf): 75 mg 

Non-Medicinal Ingredients

Black seed oil (Nigella sativa): 424 mg
Capsule shell (bovine gelatin, plant-sourced glycerin and purified water).

Free From

Gluten, Dairy, Corn, Soy, Yeast, Sugar

All Health First products are free from GMOs, artificial colours and artificial flavours.


Adults - Take 1 gelcap, 3 times daily.


Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant, if you are taking blood thinners or protease inhibitors, or if you have diabetes. Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen.