New York City’s Herbal Medicine Foundation has a new product: a cold remedy.
The Herbal Center is a medical supply chain based in New York.
The brand’s product is called Cold Relief.
Cold Relief is made from a powder and a cream.
You shake the powder and the cream together and it’s then placed on the skin.
Cold Relief contains a mixture of herbs and spices and a cooling agent.
The brand sells for $40 for a 12-pack, $40.99 for a 24-pack.
The company says it can be used to treat colds, sore throats, flu and other illnesses.
It also makes a nasal spray, which it sells for about $9.95.
Cold Treatment and Cold Relief have been around for a while, but now they’re expanding to the United States.
The company is in talks with a number of major retailers and health care providers about distribution.
It plans to open a pharmacy and has set up shop at the New York Health Care Exchange, which is a public health exchange for Americans.
It will also work with health care centers in New Jersey and New York, the company said in a statement.
The program will allow the company to provide cold and flu remedies and vaccines at no cost to its customers.
We’re extremely grateful to the FDA and the Herbal Clinic for the opportunity to bring the Cold Relief product to the US market.”