• Cold and Flu prevention and symptom reduction
Serving Size: 2 Capsules... %DV
Zinc (from zinc citrate)... 700 mcg... 4.7%
Copper (from copper citrate)... 100 mcg... 5%
Holy Basil (10:1 Ocimum sanctum, 2% ursolic acid)... 125 mg... †
Andrographis paniculata extract (8-15:1, 33% andrographolides)... 30 mg... †
Emblica officinalis extract (5:1, 20% ellagic acid)... 100 mg... †
‡Natramune™ ... 1000 mg... †
† Daily Value not established
‡Proprietary formula containing: reishi mushroom, rice bran, olive leaf, barley, Chinese yam and water yam. Natramune™ is a trademark of Innovation Labs.
What Is It?
Immune Support from AOR contains a carefully selected combination of herbal extracts and minerals designed to optimize immune function, including the patented and clinically tested ImmuNutrin™ blend consisting of mushrooms and botanical extracts.
What Does It Do?
Primary Uses: Immune Support provides protection against colds, flu and other infections and helps reduce the severity and duration of symptoms while boosting the immune system. The mushrooms and other botanical extracts in ImmuNutrin™ help to increase immune cell activity. Andrographis possesses anti-inflammatory, fever reducing, anti-viral, anti-malaria, and immune system stimulating properties. Amla and Holy Basil are traditional ayurvedic herbs that have antimicrobial and immune boosting activity. Zinc is vital to immune cell function, and copper balances zinc.
Who Should Take It?
Anyone who is prone to seasonal illnesses, has frequent infections, a weakened immune system or who wants to improve their immune system function can benefit from Immune Support.
Take 2 capsules daily with/without food, or as directed by a qualified health care practitioner.
Brattleboro, VT. ImmuNutrinTM Product Summary. 2008. NutraGenesis LLC.
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