Our homeopathic Zicam® Cold Remedy products shorten colds when taken at the first sign, so you can get back to the fun stuff faster. And we’re the #1 pharmacist recommended brand.*
ZICAM® IS COMPLETELY DIFFERENT®. Unlike other cold medicines that only mask cold symptoms, Zicam® is made with two forms of zinc to shorten colds.* Don’t just treat the symptoms of a cold, shorten your cold with Zicam® Cold Remedy.
In addition to cold remedies, Zicam® also offers a range of products for homeopathic allergy relief, nasal congestion, and sinus relief.
*For zinc cold remedies and homeopathic cold products.
Quick-dissolve tablets that you can take without water. Available in a wide range of flavors. A cold medicine that’s easy to take anywhere.
These soft, chewy medicated fruit drops are made with two forms of zinc to shorten a cold when taken at the first sign.
The only nasal swab that shortens colds. A plant-based homeopathic nasal swab that also provides multi-symptom relief. Contains cooling menthol and eucalyptus.
These delicious lozenges are made with two forms of zinc to shorten a cold when taken at the first sign. This homeopathic cold remedy is made with two unique formulations of zinc, an essential mineral which has been shown to shorten the length of colds.
The only nasal spray that shortens colds. A plant-based homeopathic no-drip nasal spray that also provides multi-symptom relief. Contains cooling menthol and eucalyptus.
Quick-dissolve tablets that you can take without water. Available in cherry and orange cream flavors. A cold shortening medicine, made with two forms of zinc, that's easy to take anywhere.
Easy-to-use oral mist – just spray inside your mouth. Available in Arctic Mint and Cherry flavors.
All Zicam® products are regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and we adhere to the highest standards of quality, safety and purity in the development and manufacturing of our products.
**These statements are based upon traditional homeopathic practice
†Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.