Joining our family of herbal formulas supporting an innate immune response* is our new V-Defence 2 Formula™. It is a powerful combination of Artemisia annua, Chinese gall and ginger. The retail price is $28 for 90 vegan-friendly capsules.
Like our other nutraceuticals, V-Defence 2 Formula™ is free from gluten, soy & non-functional additives.
Our V-Defence 2 Formula™ is composed of herbal extracts from three plants traditionally used in Traditional Chinese Medicine as antiviral and antibacterial remedies. It is designed to support an innate immune response to viral and microbial infections.*
The ingredients of V-Defence 2 Formula™ are:
The antiviral properties* of Chinese gall & sweet wormwood have been thoroughly documented in clinical studies [1,2,3,4,5,6].
When creating V-Defence 2 Formula, we once again balanced the ingredients in accordance with TCM principles. Thus the cold, heat-clearing nature of Chinese gall and Artemisia annua is countered by a warm-natured ginger extract to allow the formula to gently interact with the GI tract.*
V-Defence 2 Formula is created to work as a complementary supplement to our patient & practitioner acclaimed V-Defence Formula™, based on Cistus incanus & Scutellaria baicalensis.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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