Herbal teas that stimulate the immune system. Help to get sick less and be less exposed to bacterial and viral infections.
In ancient times, in China, Artemisia annua, also commonly known as Sweet Annie, was taken as an infusion to fight fever, intestinal parasites, poor digestion and especially malaria, a disease that we still fight nowadays with artemisinin, the active ingredient extracted from its leaves.
The bee pollen is loaded with a concentrate of nutrients and it has been used worldwide for centuries as a tonic in case of fatigue, anemia, physical and mental decay, stress, low immunitary defenses and as a sport supplement.
The use of Echinacea (Echinacea Pallida) as a support for immune defenses dates back to the Indians of North America, who used it in the treatment of infections, against colds, coughs, flu and sore throats.
Gynostemma, also called jiaogulan, is a herbaceous climbing vine which grows wild in Southern China. It is used as an herbal tea to stimulate the immune system, to strengthen memory, to fight tiredness, to improve the function of the liver and digestion, as well as for many other disorders and diseases.
In the East they call it the plant of Immortality, as it was once believed to be capable of giving eternal life. Certainly it does not render immortal, but through studies and research it has been learned that Gynostemma is a plant capable of bringing numerous benefits to our health.
The Immune Defense Package is specially designed for people with weakened immune defenses, who tend to get sick very easily.
This package contains the following products:
Rose hip berries are known in natural medicine for their very high concentration of vitamin C and for their ability to stimulate the natural defenses of our body. Rosehip berries are also famous for their re-mineralizing and anti-anemic action.
Turmeric is the famous oriental spice of the color of gold, whose anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, known for millennia by those who practice Ayurvedic medicine in the East, have now been recognized also by science.