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Echinacea Immune Support

Echinacea Immune Support

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Formulated to help fight infections by stimulating the immune system while providing bacterial, viral, and germ protection.*
Helps to shorten the duration of bronchitis, colds, flu and respiratory system problems.*
Provides the following actions and properties: Analgesic, antibiotic, antiseptic, antiviral, antibacterial, and antiparasitic.
Echinacea is traditionally used to help remedy the symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections.*
Propolis is traditionally used in herbal medicine to help relieve sore throat and/or other mouth and throat infections.*
Provides antioxidants for the maintenance of good health.
Echinacea was widely used by the North American Plains Indians for its healthy and holistic qualities.
GMO free and allergen free.
Must help or money refunded.

What makes our cold and flu supplement so different from other cold and flu products is the combination of powerful ingredients that can help increase the body’s resistance to infection.* Here are a few of the ingredients featured in Bell Cold and Flu Immune Support:

Black elder:
Also known as elderberry, black elder is a plant and the leaf or berry portions are commonly used. This plant is sourced from Europe, where the flowers and berry have been used for their beneficial effects on the immune system. The fruit (berry) portion is used for our product.

Echinacea extract:
Echinacea is a group of flowering plants in the daisy family. This medicinal herb is native to North America and was used as a herbal remedy by Great Plains Indian tribes. The species used in our formulation is echinacea angustifolia. Echinacea root is traditionally used in Herbal Medicine to help alleviate the symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections. Echinacea has been shown to stimulate the immune system and contains natural chemicals that can attack different types of fungi and yeast directly. Echinacea may also activate chemicals in the body to help decrease inflammation.*

Black cumin extract:
Black cumin is also known as nigella sativa. This flowering plant is native to Asia and the seeds are rich in antioxidants and immune-boosting properties. Seems that the Egyptians knew the secrets of this time-honoured seed. Even the great pharaohs used these seeds as a natural remedy in ancient times.*

Olive leaf extract:
Olive leaf is the leaf of the olive tree. The Latin binomial for the olive tree is olea europaea. Olive leaf is rich in polyphenols and flavonoids. Two important antioxidants in olive leaf extract are oleuropein and hydroxytyrosol. Antioxidants are important to protect the body from free radical activity*.

These are just a few of the effective herbs in the Cold and Flu Immune Support.

* Results may vary from one person to another.

INGREDIENTS

Ingredients: Echinacea extract 10:1 (Echinacea angustifolia) (root) 100 mg, Black cumin extract 10:1 (Nigella sativa) (seed) 100 mg, Black elder extract 10:1 (Sambucus nigra) (berry) 100 mg, Olive leaf extract 10:1 (Olea europaea) (leaf) 100 mg, Lungwort lichen extract 10:1 (Lobaria pulmonaria) (whole) 100 mg, Propolis extract 5:1 (Secretion) 50 mg, Capsicum extract (40,000 SHU†) (Capsicum annuum) (fruit) 50 mg, Oregano extract 10:1 (Origanum vulgare) (leaf) 50 mg. † Scoville Heat Units.

DIRECTIONS

Suggested Use: Adults: Take 2 capsules, once daily.

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