A Cellular Health Boost
From Whole Foods
This whole food fermentate supports your NK cells in their mission of identifying and casting out virally infected cells. Your immunity defenses are a complex symphony. EpiCor® dials up the volume.View research
This element on the periodic chart has been found to interrupt the depth and duration of the common cold by interrupting viral replication and augmenting the immune system.
This particular berry (not actually a cherry in the technical sense) has long been used in cold and flu prevention, and as an antioxidant nutrient.View research
The Turkey Tail mushroom, apart from its having the coloration of a Turkey Tail, is a known antioxidant and anti-inflammatory due to its phenols and flavenoid content.
Long used by traditonal med folk for treating dizziness, insomnia, irregular heartbeat, shortness of breath—this hard-working shroom tames free radicals, keeping your cellular community healthy.
Neuron-friendly, cholesterol-lowering, tumor-starving—this ancient life-form wants you to live. A billion years of life-pursuing evolution will do that.
This is not your average fungus. Be glad you're not a moth. A phytonutrient powerhouse, this weird and lovely shroom has been used in traditional medicine for centuries. Energy, uplift, immunity, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory joy are yours.
Despite its name, this berry does not make you older. Quite the contrary. Antioxidants and vitamins jam this little nodule, taming inflammation, stress, and possibly offering a measure of heart protection. Their cold and flu-fighting chops make them the perfect roommate in this capsule.View research
As roots go, this one is heroic. Used to mitigate the common cold and upper respiratory infections, we've dug it out of the ground so you don't have to.View research
Your immune system has yet another new friend. Echinacea boosts white blood cells—your infection-fighting army.View research
Oregano leaf has a secret identity - though it's not so secret around the Mediterranean Sea. A longtime traditional ally in the fight against bacteria, inflammation, and unpredictable blood sugar, for centuries oregano has been a Mediterranean folk medicine staple.
Olive leaf—long a symbol of peace—has it going on. This leafy friend has demonstrated blood pressure-and-cholesterol-lowering properties. There is more to an olive branch than olives.
Ginger snaps, ginger ale, ginger root! Aids digestion, reduces stomach upset, and beats down the flu and common cold. Another kobby helpmate from beneath the soil.
..or just "carrot", as it's commonly known. This familiar (and crazily orange) root is a natural antioxidant whose beta carotene converts to vitamin A in your grateful body. Vitamin A is good for your eyesight and your immune system.
You want to easily maximize your natural shield against angry micro-invaders.
You're plagued by the common cold and darn well tired of it.
You want to give your immune system a beautifully gift-wrapped present.
Your "spring and winter nose" runs like a tap and you've wondered if those seasons will always require tissue.
You understand the absolute centrality of a healthy biome to your well-being and want to keep that community dancing.