Cold-fX and its sister product Remember-fX use extracts from North American ginseng rather
than Asian ginseng. Both products are available in capsule form and have no side effects or interactions
with prescription drugs.
Cold-fX is used by elite athletes, and several Canadian professional sports
teamsincluding the Edmonton Oilers, Edmonton Eskimos, Calgary Flames, Calgary Stampeders, Toronto
Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiensconsider it part of their arsenal for players ongoing health
throughout the league seasons.
Today, more than 6,000 stores carry Cold-fX compared to 1,200 when the product was
launched in the winter of 2003.
With Remember-fX, launched in May 2004, the company drew attention from medical
practitioners eager to see a product address mid- to late-life memory loss, and the effects of
The nationally syndicated medical writer Dr. W. Gifford Jones was one of those
physicians and in a January 2005 column, he described the product as the "smart pill."
"Remember-fX contains active phytochemicals and works by increasing choline
uptake in the brain," co-inventor Dr. Jacqueline Shan told Gifford Jones. "This results in an increase
of acetylcholine, a key neurotransmitter essential for learning and memory function. And that this also
prevents nerve cells from undergoing degeneration."
The companys Web sites are located at: www.cold-fx.com or
Alberta Innovation 2004
A Cure for the Common Cold
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video segment from the Alberta Innovation 2004 documentary courtesy of
Alberta Innovation and Science.
Edmontons CV Technologies is making headlines for two exciting medical
breakthroughs, including COLD-fX®, the next best thing to a cure for the
common cold. Watch it
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