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Emergency Immune Support with Echinacea + Elderberry

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Would you like…

  • Stronger Immunity
  • A Nutritional Boost
  • Reduced Inflammation
  • Antioxidant Support
  • Skin & Heart Protection
  • Improved Mood

If so, you may want to give our Emergency Immune Support with Echinacea + Elderberry a try!

Why is it important to support your immune system?

Every day your body comes into contact with different bacteria, viruses, parasites and other potentially harmful substances (pathogens).

Your body’s primary defense system against pathogens is your skin, mucus, earwax etc.

Should pathogens make their way into your body, your secondary defense system is your immune system.

Your immune system protects your body from potential threats, and so - having a healthy and strong immune system is one of, if not the most important aspects to staying fit and healthy.

If you have a strong immune system, you’re less likely to suffer from illness or infection - and if you do, a stronger immune system will fight off these threats more quickly and capably, resulting in less serious cases of the illness or infection.

What causes a weakened immune system?

The main factors that may contribute to a weakened immune system are:

  • Old age [1]
  • Air pollution (environmental toxins) [2]
  • Excessive alcohol consumption [3]
  • Being overweight (especially obesity) [4]
  • Poor Diet [5]
  • Certain medications & recreational drugs
  • Mental stress & anxiety [6]
  • Lack of sleep (or poor quality sleep) [7]
  • Low levels/deficiency of Vitamin D [8]
  • Smoking [9]
  • Lack of exercise [10]

Can you test for low immune System Function?

Blood tests can help to determine if you have adequate levels of immunoglobulins (infection-fighting proteins) in your blood.

Blood tests can also measure the levels of white blood cells (leukocytes) in your body, or specific types of white blood cells, like Neutrophils, which are your first line of defense.

If the numbers of certain cells in your blood are outside the “standard range”, this may indicate there is an immune system defect, or that the immune system is still working to recuperate after a recent infection.

Blood tests can also show if your immune system is responding properly and appropriately producing the proteins that find and kill foreign invaders (antibodies), such as viruses or bacteria.

The Top 9 Ways to Support and Strengthen your Immune System:

To keep your immune system healthy and functioning at optimal levels, there are plenty of things you can change in your life that can help:

1. Get 7-8 hours of uninterrupted sleep, every night. If this is something you struggle with, you might want to check out our Sleep Aid Ultra supplement

2. Reduce your stress and anxiety. There are many lifestyle changes you can make to combat this, such as meditation. You can also try supplementing with our Serenity Anti-Stress Support or 5 HTP products

3. Increase your Vitamin D levels - 30 minutes in the direct sunlight (with the majority of your skin exposed) can provide up to 25,000 IU of Vitamin D. If you live in a country that lacks strong sunshine, or it’s the winter, then Vitamin D supplementation, as found in our All in one Multivitamin Formula, is beneficial

4. Eat a healthy diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables, ideally organic. Eating lots of fresh produce will help to lower your body fat percentage, which in turn can strengthen your immune system.

Fruit and vegetables are also packed with vitamins and minerals (especially zinc) that are vital to maintain a healthy body and immune system.

5. Cut out smoking recreational drugs, such as Marijuana - the smoke is not good for your immune system (see next point)

6. Stop smoking tobacco. Smoking compromises the balance of your immune system and increases the risk of contracting autoimmune disorders, such as COPD

7. Do more exercise. Even just a 20 minute daily walk has been proven to help strengthen the immune system

8. Consume less alcohol. Excessive drinking has been shown to affect the immune system. Alcohol also contains a lot of sugar (alcohol is made from sugars) so cutting down will also help with weight management.

9. Support your immune system with the vital nutrients and minerals it needs to get back to peak performance:

Elderberry

small branch with berries

Elderberry flowers, berries and leaves contain lots of antioxidants (anthocyanins, phenolics & flavonoids) that can help balance the immune system and lower oxidative stress [11].

Although Elderberry grows across North Africa, Asia and America, it is native to Europe and the most common variety is the black elderberry (Sambucus nigra) or European elder.

Traditionally used in folk medicine, the leaves and flowers have been used as natural remedies to help reduce inflammation, pain and swelling.

The bark was also prepared to help with bowel movements and urination.

The berries (fresh or dried) are believed to help relieve toothache, lower back pain, headaches, respiratory infections and constipation.

Although Elderberry grows across North Africa, Asia and America, it is native to Europe and the most common variety is the black elderberry (Sambucus nigra) or European elder.

Traditionally used in folk medicine, the leaves and flowers have been used as natural remedies to help reduce inflammation, pain and swelling.

The bark was also prepared to help with bowel movements and urination.

The berries (fresh or dried) are believed to help relieve toothache, lower back pain, headaches, respiratory infections and constipation.

John Evelyn (a british researcher in the 17th century) said:

If the medicinal properties of its leaves, bark and berries (elderberry) were fully known, I cannot tell what our country man could ail for which he might not fetch a remedy, either for sickness or wounds.”

Its use has been widespread throughout history, with elderberry-based medication records dating as far back as Ancient Egypt.

Since then, substantial amounts of studies have been conducted on elderberry and its ability to help with a wide range of ailments.

A study on rats showed elderberry polyphenols supported immune defense by increasing the number of white blood cells [12].

Air traveling puts the immune system under enormous stress. Those who fly frequently (and especially long distance) are more susceptible to the common cold.

A double-blind placebo-controlled study on air travelers showed that Elderberry supplementation reduced cold symptoms and duration [13].

Echinacea

There are 9 species of the echinacea plant, from which extracts have been used in traditional medicine to help treat the common cold, bacterial infections and blood poisoning [14].

The active compounds in Echinacea help to stimulate and/or strengthen the immune system [15].

North American Indians primarily used echinacea as medicine. They would gargle with it for sore gums and toothache, use poultices for snakebite, stings, bites and wounds, and would they would also drink concoctions with echinacea in to help treat measles, mumps, arthritis, colds and smallpox.

In the 1870’s, Dr. H C F Meyer concocted a herbal medicine with echinacea, which he patented. He described it as the ultimate cure for snakebites and a blood purifier.

North American Indians primarily used echinacea as medicine. They would gargle with it for sore gums and toothache, use poultices for snakebite, stings, bites and wounds, and would they would also drink concoctions with echinacea in to help treat measles, mumps, arthritis, colds and smallpox.

In the 1870’s, Dr. H C F Meyer concocted a herbal medicine with echinacea, which he patented. He described it as the ultimate cure for snakebites and a blood purifier.

Since then, in the 1900’s echinacea was accepted by North America Herbalists to help treat most of the same ailments it had been used for in traditional native medicine.

There have been many studies on this plant and how it may help your immune system deal with viruses and infections, helping you to recover faster from the illness [16].

Vitamin C

Vitamin C plays a key role in immune-modulating and is essential for an adequate immune response against pathogens, to avoid excessive damage to the host [17].

Vitamin E

Animal and human studies have shown the immunoregulatory role of Vitamin E that is associated with reducing the risk for infectious diseases, such as respiratory infections, Streptococcus pneumonia and influenza to name a couple [18].

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 has been shown to help regulate immune responses that are associated with a wide range of problems, including inflammation [19].

A study showed that Vitamin B6 deficiency influenced the immune system in 3 key ways [20]:

  • Downregulated SOCS-1 expression, and upregulated T-bet expression
  • Suppressed T lymphocyte differentiation
  • Decreased levels of IL-2 secretion and increased IL-4 secretion (high levels of IL-4 is associated with allergies)

Zinc

Zinc plays a crucial role in the immune system, and even a mild deficiency can increase the risk of parasitic, bacterial and viral infections, while impairing immune function [21].

A study on malnourished children & infants in developing countries showed that zinc supplementation reduced the incidence, severity and duration of respiratory infections [22].

L-Glutamine

Glutamine is an amino acid (the most abundant of all in our bodies). Its naturally occurring form (that our body uses) is called L-Glutamine.

To survive, multiply and function properly (defend our body against pathogens), immune cells largely depend on glutamine availability [23].

Garlic

In animal studies, garlic extract increased glutathione, which stimulates white blood cells (neutrophils, monocytes, lymphocytes & macrophages) [24].

Turmeric

Turmeric is a spice that is well known for its bright orange/yellow color. Within turmeric, circuminoids are found (bioactive compounds).

Traditionally, circumin is known for its antiinflammatory effects, but studies in the past 2 decades have shown circumin is capable of being a potent immunomodulatory agent that can help regulate immune cells [25].

Lactobacillus Acidophilus

Lactobacillus Acidophilus (L. acidophilus) is a gram-positive lactic acid bacterium. In other words, a bacteria that gives a positive effect.

In a study on mice, L. acidophilus showed the reversal of age-related immune function decline [26].

Introducing Feel Younger® Emergency Immune Support with Echinacea + Elderberry

While there are many lifestyle changes you can make to help boost your immune system, we understand that it may be difficult or impractical to make these changes.

That’s why each of the ingredients listed above can be found in our Emergency Immune Support with Echinacea + Elderberry product, which can help give your immune system the boost it needs to help it get back on track and perform at its very best.

By combining these ingredients together in an easy to swallow capsule - we’ve taken the stress out of buying each of these ingredients separately, researching and experimenting how much of each you should take and then incorporating them into your diet/supplement regime.

Here at Feel younger, we believe in providing strong doses at reasonable prices. Our Emergency Immune Support capsules provide a 2200 mg daily dose, consisting of the following ingredients:

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin B6
  • Zinc
  • L-Glutamine
  • Elderberry
  • Echinacea
  • Garlic
  • Turmeric
  • L. Acidophilus

All of which have been shown to potentially have immune boosting effects.

Our Emergency Immune Support capsules are high quality, high purity, sugar free, vegan & vegetarian friendly, corn free, hormone free, antibiotic free, lactose free, contain no nasty fillers or binders and a one month’s supply will cost you no more than $29, with discounts available for multiple bottle or subscription purchases.

How do you take Feel Younger® Emergency Immune Support with Echinacea + Elderberry?

Take 2 capsules once a day with a glass of water, preferably 20-30 minutes before a meal.

For optimal immune boosting results, we recommend you take this product, and make as many of the lifestyle changes we listed above as possible.

Any Cautions?

Ingesting too much Zinc can cause nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps, diarrhea and headaches, so it’s best to not take any other zinc supplements alongside this product.

Elderberry can cause stomach problems if too much is taken.

If you have an autoimmune disorder (such as lupus or multiple sclerosis), you should not take this product (because of its echinacea content).

Garlic possesses anti-blood-clotting properties, and so can interact with blood thinning medication. It can also lower blood pressure, so this product should not be taken alongside medications that also lower blood pressure. Do not take this product at least 7 days before a surgical procedure.

Although very rare, Turmeric may cause nausea, constipation or other gut issues.

We do not recommend this product for pregnant women.

ALWAYS consult a healthcare professional before taking any new supplements.

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Antibiotic Free
Gluten Free
Sugar Free
Vegan Friendly
Vegetarian
Corn Free
Hormone Free
Made in the USA
No Fillers
No Binders
Lactose Free

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