Pathogenes are ready to attack you and knock you off your feet not only during the fall and winter months but any part of the year, causing serious symptoms. However, with a proper diet and healthy lifestyle, you can prepare your body to fight pathogenes This can be helped by Calivitas’s latest unique development, the IMMUNVIREX complex immune booster.
Protection Against Pathogenes On Several Fronts
IMMUNVIREX CONTAINS A UNIQUE COMBINATION OF VITAMINS, MINERALS AND PLANT-BASED ACTIVE INGREDIENTS, THAT MAY HELP FIGHT AND TREAT PATHOGENS.
THANKS TO THE VALUABLE ACTIVE INGREDIENTS, THE NEW PRODUCT SUPPORTS OUR BODY IN SEVERAL WAYS, APPROACHING FROM SEVERAL SIDES.
- Prepares the organism for attack on pathogens. Beta-glucan helps support immune system readiness in case of a pathogen attack. Regular product consumption may reduce the frequency and severity of infections.
- Stop to pathogens. The role of the organic zinc found in the product is to prevent the entry, adhesion and multiplication of pathogens in the body.
- Ensures the functioning of the immune system. Vitamin D not only supports but “fine-tunes” the functioning of the immune system, which in turn regulates potential overactivity.
- It has anti-inflammatory effect. The oriental herb, kudzu has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.
- It may inhibit the formation of cytokine storms and blood clots. Quercetin is a flavonoid found in plants, fruits and vegetables. It not only supports and regulates the immune system, but it also reduces the levels of cytokines that promote inflammation. It also inhibits blood clot formation.
- Results in minder symptoms and faster recovery. Beneficial Lactocibacillus can reduce the frequency and severity of respiratory infections and shorten the duration of infectious diseases.
Immunvirex is free of any additives or artificial colouring and the capsule is 100% herbal. A single capsule contains a mix of active ingredients that have been proven to help protect your body against pathogens.
IMMUNVIREX 30 VEGETARIAN CAPSULES ACTIVE
INGREDIENTS OF IMMUNVIREX/CAPSULE:
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 400 IU
Zinc (as aspartate) 10 mg
Beta-glucan 30 mg
Quercetin (as dihydrate) 200 mg
Bioperine 5 mg
Kudzu (Pueraria lobata root) 50 mg
Lb. rhamnosus 108 CFU
Dosage: 1 capsule daily.
Warning: Talk to your doctor if you have a known chronic illness or are taking medication. Kudzu can lower your blood pressure, blood sugar, slow down blood clotting, or interact with the drugs you currently take.
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