This product provides superior immune support for your children by combining the best nature has to offer in an easy-to-swallow, readily absorbable liquid form.
What Benefits Does This Formula Offer Me?
Echinacea: Has been found to be antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal. It is especially good as a first line of herbal defense against cold and flu.
VitaminC: (with citrus bioflavonoids) Is the number one choice for enhancing immunity. It is commonly acknowledged to shorten the duration and lessen the severity of colds.
Elderberry: Supports the immune system. One study shows constituents of elderberry can block flu viruses from invading healthy cells.
Osha Root: is a pungent, warming herb that acts as an expectorant and is used for bronchial infections, congestion, coughs, flu, and sore throats.
Usnea: Is also known as "Old Man's Beard". this lichen contains antibiotic compounds and is effective for bronchitis, colds, sore throats, and many bacterial infections.
Myrrh: Is a powerful antiseptic on the mucous membranes, and is an expectorant for colds and chest congestion. it helps soothe inflammation and speeds the healing process.
Oregon grape Root: Contains active compounds used to combat a wide variety of infectious agents and helps soothe inflammation and speeds the healing process.
Zinc: Is a healing nutrient that is required for a robust immune system. it encourages proper infection-fighting levels.
Ginger: Has many antiviral compounds such as reducing pain and fever, and supressing coughing. it also has a mild sedative effect that helps you rest.
Mullein Leaf: Is excellent for treating respiratory conditions due to its tonic action on mucous membranes and it acts as an expectorant.
Wild Cherry Bark: Is used primarily in the treatment of irritating and persistent coughs and helps calm the cough reflex.
Colloidal Silver: Is one of the world's most powerful antimicrobial agents. it is a broad spectrum, disinfecting antibiotic alternative that can significantly reduce the length and severity of almost any bacterial infection.