Immune Booster - Improved immunity. Supercharge your immune system with a revolutionary formula that has been trialed and tested against the most prevalent of viruses.
Immune Booster - Improved immunity. The product is in final stages of branding and thus the brand name is in parenthesis. The final brand name may still change.
Supercharge your immune system with a revolutionary formula that has been trialed and tested against the most prevalent of viruses. Ready for mass scale production and sales in Q4/2021.
Immune Booster will contain the following ingredients in the highest purity to maximize your immunity:
Quercetin is a flavonoid found naturally in many plants and foods like apples, grapes and broccoli. But in order to get a medicinal amount of quercetin from example apples, you would have to eat over a kilogram of apples per day.
Research shows quercetin has many health benefits. It has anti-inflammatory properties and is rich in antioxidants. It decreases allergy symptoms, and reduces risk of infection especially when paired with Vitamin C.
Research shows that quercetin may block histamine, making it a natural allergy relief or preventive alternative to medications.
Quercetin has antibacterial and antiviral properties, making it ideal for avoiding infections and warding off sickness.
Ginger. In Indian folk medicine called Ayrvedic medicine, ginger has been used for ages for medicinal purposes, due to its rich nutritional properties to fix seasonal ailments like cold, cough, fever and flu.
Apart from that, Ginger has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, which help in keeping several ailments at bay and helps fighting infections.
Ginger contains gingerol, which has powerful medicinal properties and it is the main bioactive compound in ginger that is responsible for much of ginger’s medicinal properties.
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble nutrient essential to the health and functioning of your immune system. It enhances the pathogen-fighting effects of white blood cells that are important parts of your immune defense — and decreases inflammation, which helps promote immune response.
Many people are deficient in this important vitamin, which may negatively affect immune function. In fact, low vitamin D levels are associated with an increased risk of upper respiratory tract infections, including influenza and allergic asthma.
Some studies show that supplementing with vitamin D may improve immune response. In fact, recent research suggests that taking this vitamin may protect against respiratory tract infections.
Other studies note that vitamin D supplements may improve response to antiviral treatments in people with certain infections, including hepatitis C and HIV.
Zinc is needed for immune cell development and communication and plays an important role in inflammatory response. Zinc also specifically protects tissue barriers in the body and help prevent foreign pathogens from entering the body.
A deficiency in this nutrient significantly affects your immune system’s ability to function properly, resulting in an increased risk of infection and disease.
According to research, 16% of all deep respiratory infections worldwide have been found to be due to zinc deficiency.
In a 2019 study in 64 hospitalized children with acute lower respiratory tract infections, taking 30 mg of zinc per day decreased the total duration of infection and the duration of the hospital stay by an average of 2 days, compared with a placebo group.
Supplemental zinc may also help reduce the duration of the common cold and it demonstrates antiviral activity.
Vitamin C supports the function of various immune cells and enhances their ability to protect against infection. It’s also necessary for cellular death, which helps keep your immune system healthy by clearing out old cells and replacing them with new ones.
Vitamin C also functions as a powerful antioxidant, protecting against damage induced by oxidative stress, which occurs with the accumulation of reactive molecules known as free radicals. Oxidative stress can negatively affect immune health and is linked to numerous diseases.
Supplementing with vitamin C has been shown to reduce the duration and severity of upper respiratory tract infections, including the common cold.
All in all, these results confirm that vitamin C supplements may significantly affect immune health, especially in those who don’t get enough of the vitamin through their diet.
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