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202 AED / 28 Pills

Powerful and effective immune-supporting ingredients backed by research.


Pack contains (Vitamin C + Probiotics + Omega 3 + Vitamin D3)

Vitamin C is a critical micronutrient. It contributes to your immune defense system by supporting multiple cellular functions of your body’s adaptive immune systems. It can keep your skin healthy and enable it to act as a barrier against toxic compounds entering your body. Furthermore, it enhances cytokine production of white blood cells and inhibits the apoptosis (cell death) of different forms of T-lymphocytes. It also supports antibody production and the activity of natural killer cells.

Probiotics promote the production of natural antibodies in the body. They may also boost immune cells like the IgA-producing cells, T lymphocytes and natural killer cells. Furthermore, it reduces the likelihood and duration of respiratory infections. The probiotic Lactobacillus crispatus reduce the risk of urinary tract infections (UTIs) in women by 50%.

Omega 3 – Pathogenic bacteria influence the function of macrophages and thus control the entire process of inflammation, and Omega 3 fatty acids play a role in the dissolution of this cascade .Moreover, The mechanisms of action for this are thought to be the anti-inflammatory effects of EPA and DHA, which result in a lower cytokine response and faster resolution of inflammation. Based on this information, numerous intervention studies with EPA and DHA on the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 have begun to take place.

Vitamin D3 helps our immune systems stay balanced during the cold and flu season. There are Vitamin D receptors and activating enzymes on the surfaces of all White Blood Cells. The role that vitamin D plays in keeping the immune system healthy is very complex because the immune system has to be perfectly balanced. If there is too much stimulation, autoimmune diseases can set in. If there is not enough immune system activity, frequent infections can occur. Low levels of vitamin D have been linked with both extremes.

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