Win a 3-month supply of Tonic Health – the vitamin drink that’s Mumsnet Rated

At a time when we’re all thinking more about immune health, it’s important to follow the facts. What really supports your immune system – and what gets in the way?

Tonic Health is a new vitamin drink that’s committed to doing things right, by supporting your immune system with science.

One sachet of Tonic Health provides 1,500 mg of vitamin C – that’s 50% stronger than most other brands. Plus, you get high doses of vitamin D and zinc. All these ingredients are scientifically proven to support your immune system, naturally.

Tonic Health comes in two delicious flavours: Elderberry & Blackcurrant and Lemon & Honey. You can enjoy it as a warm, soothing cuppa, or serve chilled for a refreshing fruity drink.

For maximum effectiveness, Tonic Health is made with no artificial ingredients and no added sugar. It’s also packed with powerful plant extracts and powders.

Crucially, Tonic Health is designed to support recovery. Where conventional remedies focus on relieving your symptoms, they don’t actually help you get better. But Tonic Health harnesses the natural power of the immune system – your body’s most powerful line of defence – to help you stay at your best. 

In short, it’s the things that work – highly absorbable max strength vitamins – and nothing that gets in the way. No wonder Tonic Health is Mumsnet Rated, after over 80% of Mumsnet Reviewers said they would recommend the vitamin drink to their friends and family.

Tonic Health is available from Boots, Ocado and hundreds of chemists, or direct from tonichealth.co.

To be in with a chance of winning a 3-month supply with Holistic Scotland Magazine, email your name, address and telephone number to competitions@holisticscot.com with Tonic Health in the subject line, by no later than 12 noon on Friday, 31 August 2020.

You will be automatically entered into the draw and notified by email if you’re the lucky winner. Good luck!

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