Nutrients for Immune
- Support Vitamin C: Vitamin C plays many roles in helping support immune function.
- Vitamin A: Plays a key role in the development and maintenance of mucosal surface and their secretions which represent a primary, nonspecific barrier to microorganisms.
- Natural mixed carotenoids: Beta carotene is often the most prevalent carotenoid in foods.
- Hesperidin: Hesperidin is the rutinoside of the flavanone, hesperitin.
- Botanical Support for Immune System Astragalus membranaceous: a traditional Chinese herb with a long history of folk use. Extracts of this herb tonify the spleen and blood and increase qi.
- Forsythia suspensa: This herb is used in Oriental traditions, which describe it as expelling wind heat.
- Stillingia sylvatica: a Chinese herb with a history of traditional use in balancing body systems. Stillingia contains an essential oil, which possesses tocopherols (gamma tocotrienal) and terpenoids called estolides, believed to be active ingredients
- Copper: Ceruloplasmin is the major copper protein of serum. The enzyme is involved in the acute phase of inflammation, in addition to transporting copper and the binding and storage of iron.
- Propolis: Bees produce a “glue” derived from plant materials and which is isolated from bee hives. Propolis
- Zinc: As a cofactor for DNA and RNA polymerase, alcohol dehydrogenase, and over a hundred other enzymes, zinc plays an essential role in the proliferation of immune cells.
- Flavonoids Rutin (quercetin rutinoside): Orally ingested quercetin as well as its glycoside, rutin, are bioavailable forms of flavonoids.
- Hamamelis virginiana: This herb had a long history of use by Native Americans before it was subsequently adopted by European colonists. Hamamelis virginiana contains 3 to 10% tannic acid, which is partially responsible for its astringent properties.
- Bupleurum falcatum: Bupleurum is a traditional herb long used in China where it is considered bitter and cool. Bupleurum supports gastrointestinal and liver function and helps normalize inflammatory responses.
- Maitake mushroom: a source of complex carbohydrates (glucans) and other fiber, calcium, potassium, magnesium, niacin and vitamin C.
- Phyllanthus amarus: Hydrolyzable tannins purified from this source inhibited calcium dependent-protein kinase activity more effectively than other plant-derived inhibitors(
One (1) capsule three (3) times each day as a dietary supplement or as otherwise directed by a healthcare professional.
Active Ingredients: Vitamin A (as natural mixed carotenoids and palmitate) (IU ratio 1:2), Vitamin C (as calcium and magnesium ascorbate), Zinc (as zinc gluconate), Copper (as copper gluconate), Red-Rooted Sage (Salvia miltiorrhiza) (root) (extract), Boneset (Eupatorium perfolatum) (extract), Cang-zhu Atractylodes (Atractylodes lancea) (rhizome) (extract), Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) (leaf) (extract), Wheat Grass (Triticum aestivum) (leaf & stem), Bupleurum (Bupleurum chinense) (root) (extract), Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceous) (root) (extract), Bee Propolis, Maitake Mushroom (Grifola frondosa) (aerial part), Black Walnut (Juglans nigra) (leaf) (extract), Hesperidin (from citrus fruit), Rutin.
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