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Immune Mix, Astragalus, echinacea, fluid extract, 100 mls

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The blend  increases the body’s resistance to infectious disease.

Echinacea

a native American plant This herb has a reputed ability to increase the immune system response and thereby ward off colds, flu and other infectious respiratory problems.

Astragalus Root

is an herb that has been used for centuries as a natural way to support the body’s immunity

(defense)

system. Known since ancient times as the “superior tonic,” Astragalus Root is also used as a natural aid for healthy digestion and metabolism.,  also believe it helps boost their energy levels and overall stamina.

Echinacea is one of the most popular herbs today in both North America and Europe. With natural antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, Echinacea purpurea is best know for its ability to kick-start the immune system, stimulating the production of white blood cells. Echinacea purpurea contains iron, iodine, copper, potassium, sulphur, and Vitamins A, E and C. Echinacea also contains polysaccharides, resembling bacteria, which motivate the healthy white blood cells attack bacterial invaders. Echinacea offers the body an overall feeling of well being, and for this reason studies of Echinacea continue today. Contributing to the bodies natural ability to fight infection, Echinacea is commonly referred to as the natural antibiotic and commonly used to fight infection caused by common colds and flu. Echinacea may also be used for reducing inflammation caused by respiratory problems, bronchitis, strep throat and enlarged prostate glands. Echinacea also has fat-soluble flavonoids, luteolin, Quercetin, and Rutin. Also present are the potent free radical scavengers safely derivatives which are said to protect the skin from sun damage.

Astragalus is also known by the names Milk Vetch, Locoweed, Yellow Vetch, Poison Vetch, and Chinese Astragalus. The common name “Astragalus” also includes the species Astragalus mongolicus, Astragalus chinensis , and Astragalus complanatus, which are used interchangeably with Astragalus membranaceus. The Chinese have used Astragalus for many thousands of years as a superior tonic that is often combined with ginseng for replenishing a persons vital energy. The root of this plant is said to strengthen the body’s surface resistance and is supposed to invigorate and promote tissue regeneration. It’s also been seen as an immune system stimulant as well as a protector of adrenal cortical function. Some say that Astragalus shows promise to support cancer patients undergoing radiation and chemotherapy therapies, and may also help fight against environmental allergies, but more scientific evidence is needed to affirm these considerations. Astragalus contains numerous constituents, including flavonoids, polysaccharides, triterpene glycosides, amino acids, and trace minerals. Astragalus Root is considered to have a normalizing effect on the body’s functions.

 

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Weight.2 kg