Immuno-Blast is designed as a powerful formulation that stimulates, enhances and supports the body’s immune system. This powerful supplement helps the body fight against aberrant and mutating cells, decreases inflammation and revitalizes the immune system to enhance regulation of all immune responses.
HOW TO USE
Hold average dose under tongue for 2 minutes. It is recommended to take your daily dose 2 times per day: Once upon rising and once midday. For best results, do not eat or drink 15 minutes before and after taking Immuno-Blast.
RECOMMENDED DOSAGE: 1ML TWICE DAILY
Cloves work as an antioxidant, anti-septic, local anesthetic, anti-inflammatory, natural anti-parasitic and antibacterial component
Blood Root has certain anti-cancer agent properties, contains a chemical substance called berberine which helps fight tumors
Black Cumin boosts the production of bone marrow, natural interferon, and immune cells, calms the nervous system, improves digestion, anti-parasitic, (see: Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Cancer Immuno-Biology Laboratory of Hilton Head Island)
Red Clover is used medicinally for numerous conditions including: cancers of the breast, ovaries and lymphatic system, chronic degenerative diseases, gout, whooping cough and skin inflammation, diuretic and expectorant properties
Slippery Elm Bark coats and soothes mucous membranes while also absorbing toxins, with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
Hesperidin supports immune system, is anti-inflammatory, and an antihistamine
Motherwort is an antispasmodic, astringent, nerve tonic; it strengthens the cardiac system, decreases stress and calms nervous system
Poke Root works as an anti-rheumatic, anti-arthritic, anti-viral, and anti-inflammatory agent, and strengthens immune system, as it is gaining popularity in its ability to address cancers, especially of the breast and uterus
Capsacin is shown to inhibit growth of human cancer cells by interfering with the cancer cells’ ability to avoid apoptosis, natural painkiller and anti-inflammatory, (2010 study from “Nutrition and Cancer”)