Rich source of beta glucans and polysaccharides that are essential nutrition for the immune system
Protector of the adrenal cortex, astragalus increases the body’s resistance to stress, colds, as well as viral and bacterial infections. It promotes the production and maturation of red blood cells, reducing the risk of heart disease while increasing its endurance. It regulates excessive reactions of the immune system.
Echinacea angustifolia root
Remarkable stimulant for the immune system, Echinacea reminds it to be vigilant. It protects the connective tissue by stimulating its regeneration and providing a resistance to pathogens by blocking their access to the cells . In this way, several types of bacteria, all viruses, parasites, yeast, malignant tumors, and even cells of transplanted organs are substantially diverted, allowing all types of inflammation which may be in joints or the respiratory tract, throat and ears to be resolved.
Helps to enhance the immune system, improve stress and helps with fatigue and sleep
Medicinal plant by excellence, Garlic is effective to address a multitude of health problems. Some components are as powerful as an antibiotic, without allowing bacteria to develop resistance. It also combats viruses, yeasts and parasites in the digestive system and out on the skin. Useful as an antidote to poisonous bites or stings, Garlic is a chelating agent that neutralizes and escorts poisons out of the body. It lowers cholesterol, prevents blood clot formation and helps to decrease blood pressure and glucose levels. Beneficial to sanitize the respiratory system, it also helps to stop lung and sinus infections that tend to persist.
Oregano is rich in antioxidants which helps to fight bacteria and inflammation especially specific to the bronchial area
Echinacea Purpurea root
see above Echinacea
Cayenne increases blood flow and the strength of heartbeat without making it beat too fast. Fantastic re-mineraliser, it nourishes blood vessels by restoring their elasticity. As more blood is distributed throughout the body, it then has a better nutritional intake at the cellular level, as well as a protection against damage caused by oxidation, deposits, blood clots and hardening of the arteries. It stimulates digestion and appetite, promotes absorption and moves stagnant food while fighting against parasites and bacteria that could cause infections or diarrhea. Its power against the invaders combined with its ability to liquefy and move matter makes it very useful for treating diseases of the lungs and throat, even when accompanied by a fever. It relieves headaches and can serve as an analgesic by blocking chemical messages of pain. Its stimulating effect helps to eliminate fatigue, exhaustion, chills, laziness … In short; it gives a second life to the body.