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Immune Spray is a simple and effective way to provide natural relief when taken immediately at the onset of any cold symptoms.
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
Vitamin C has anti-inflammatory effects, antioxidant activity, and antibiotic qualities. Vitamin C detoxifies many harmful substances and plays a key role in immunity. Vitamin C increases the synthesis of interferon, a natural antiviral substance produced by the body.
Strengthens the immune system by stimulating white blood cells, has anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties. Echinacea is widely used as an immune system stimulator to aid a sluggish immune system. Echinacea stimulates different aspects of the immune system including the macrophages, interferon, and the lymphokines. It also helps prevent the breakdown of the connective tissue that invading organisms encourage, which lets them spread. It increases blood flow to the body's tissues, as well as increasing circulation. Echinacea has antibacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal, and anti-microbial effects.
A powerful cleansing antioxidant that fights inflammation, lowers fevers, soothes the respiratory tract and stimulates circulation. Elderberry has been shown to prevent influenza viruses from entering the cells. To Native Americans and early settlers, Elderberry was considered "the medicine chest of the common people." Elderberries contain more vitamin C than any other herb except for black currants and rosehips.
Zinc is an essential mineral that is found in almost every cell. Zinc has antioxidant effects and is vital to the body's resistance to infection. It may also decrease the ability of cold viruses to grow on or bind to the lining of the nose. In some studies, researchers found that zinc lozenges, sprays, or nasal gels decreased the duration of colds or the severity of cold symptoms. One recent study looked at using zinc not only as a cold treatment, but also as a preventive when taken daily. In other studies, researchers found no differences in cold symptoms between those who took zinc and those who took a placebo or sugar pill.