Be Well - Organic Immunity Support Herbal Tincture
Looking to keep yourself and/or your family’s health on point this cold and flu season? I got you! This combination of herbs in this immunity formula are traditionally used as an immunostimulant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and are antiviral.
Ingredients: Echinacea, Oregon Grape Root, Elderflower, Ginger, Cane Alcohol, High Vibrational Water
Echinacea: It moves stagnation from the lungs, traditionally used to help with colds and flus. Alkamides from this plant act as immunostimulants - interestingly enough through the endocannabinoid system. Echinacea may act like a cannabinoid to boost your ability to fight off infections.
Oregon Grape Root: Can fight off pathogenic bacteria and fungi. This plant produces berberine - a potent phytochemical that may provide benefits to a range of conditions ranging from infection to diabetes.
Elderflower: Takes care of the lungs and potentiates the actions of Echinacea.
Ginger: Ties this formula altogether with a warming and enhancing effect on all of the other plants as well as being anti-microbial and anti-fungal.
Suggested Use: 1-2 droppers full 3 times a day or as needed. On it’s own or by adding to water, juice or tea. Shake well before using.
✨Keep out of reach of children
✨Cautions: Consult your healthcare provider prior to use if you have an immune system disorder, auto-immune condition, are taking immunosuppressants, or if you are pregnant.
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