Boost your Battlements
Echinacea!! (excuse me)
Zinc. Just Think.
Hey you! Yeah you, acerola!
Vitamin D helps fight infections so effectively, before antibiotics were discovered, certain infectious diseases were treated with sunlight -- a well-kown source of vitamn D.View research
Possibly you've heard of this exotic vitamin—which around breakfast time can be found in a large glass next to your pancakes. C is a crazy powerful antioxidant that helps protect your cells against free radicals. Cellular health is foundational to a srong immune system.View research
Loaded with vitamin C and fearsome antioxidant properties (fearsome if you're a free radical, that is), acerola empowers your immunity while protecting your cellular village. Native to the tropics of the Western Hemisphere, Acerola (also called the “Barbados Cherry”) has been a traditional medicine staple for thousands of years.View research
Zinc is yet another soldier fighting on behalf of your embattled immune system -- but also hastens the healing of injuries and improves your sense of taste and smell.View research
A white blood cell booster, echinacea has long been used by naturalists to lessen the impact and duration of the common cold and flu, even reducing symptoms like cough, sore throat and fever.View research
Elderberry is another antioxidant, immunity-bolstering powerhouse. Research suggests this dainty flowering plant is also an anti-inflammatory and stress reliever. Indigenous people have used elderberry to fight the common cold for centuries.View research
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A simple cold puts you down for days at a time, locked in your apartment with 50 boxes of tissue and The Sound of Music. On a loop.
Your sneezes are so violent and loud your beloved dog ran away from home.
You've been wondering if there is a way to both elevate your immune system AND slap around those cell-bullying free radicals.
You think it's cool that by simply enjoying a raspberry-flavored chewy you can buff up your 2 billion year-old defense mechanism.
When you catch a cold your eyes swell shut, your nose turns red, and you tend to look like a crying clown. We're here for you.