Immune Power (IMP102)

Contents per 500mg capsule:

Echinacea

120mg

Elderberry (Flower)

80mg

Astragalus

80mg

Cat's Claw

60mg

Golden Seal

50mg

Lapacho

50mg

Vitamin C

50mg

Zinc Gluconate

10mg

Selenium

25mcg

60 Kosher vegetarian capsules

What people are saying about Immune Power:

We have used Gundle's Immune Power consistently for the past two years.  I find that my family has had fewer colds than before and overall seem to have more energy and improved general health.  There were a number of times last winter where I felt a cold coming on and I doubled up on the Immune Power and in a day or two my symptoms were gone.  I highly recommend Immune Power as a natural way of strengthening the body's immune system. L'briut .
-Aviva Rubinoff, Jerusalem

Immune Power is a synergistic blend of herbs and minerals formulated specifically to BOOST the IMMUNE system.  Vitamin C, Zinc and Selenium have been researched and shown to boost the body's immune system and promote healing.

Directions for use:

  • 2 capsules twice a day at meal times with a glass of water or as directed.
  • In an accute illness, you can increase the dose to 2 capsules 3X daily.

This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

This product is not recommended for pregnant and nursing women.

Over my 15 years of practice here in Israel I have developed a very effective herbal and mineral formula Immune Power to help treat colds, flu's and general immune weakness. One of the main ingredients in this formula is Echinacea Root. 

Here follows a brief description of Echinaceas main role:

Echinacea is a very popular American wildflower and garden plant, the purple coneflower. It's also one of America's most effective herbal products, used to prevent and treat the common cold, influenza and infections. Echinacea is one of the most researched herbal immunostimulants.

This safe and effective immune stimulant was discovered and first used by the Native Americans and is now a major medicinal plant used throughout Europe and the U.S.

How it works:
The most consistently proven effect of Echinacea is in stimulating phagocytosis, or the consumption of invading organisms by white blood cells and lymphocytes. Research shows that Echinacea can increase phagocytosis by 20-40%. Echinacea extracts excel, confirming the fact that this remarkable plant increases the activity of immune system cells so they can more quickly eliminate invading organisms and foreign particles.

Current Research:

Echinacea research during the past few years has primarily focused on its therapeutic benefit in treating symptoms of the common cold. A review of several clinical studies, comprised of over 3900 patients, demonstrates that Echinacea extracts decrease the frequency, symptoms, and severity of the common cold.

* references below

Research has showed that an extract of Echinacea caused a 22% reduction in inflammation among arthritis sufferers.

Echinacea has an excellent safety record. After hundreds of years of use, no toxicity or side-effects have been reported except rare allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. 

Brief History
By the early Twentieth century, Echinacea had become the best selling medicinal tincture in America, used for a variety of internal and external conditions. But by 1910 it had been incorrectly dismissed as worthless by the AMA, although it continued to be used. Europeans began growing and using Echinacea, and to this day they have produced the best scientific documentation of its value. The extract's popularity in the U.S. grew rapidly during the 1980s, and the plant is now again among America's best-selling herbal remedies.

The most common anecdotal reports about the use of Echinacea are from people who begin taking the extract at the first sign of a cold. Often to their surprise, they find the cold has disappeared, usually within twenty-four hours, and sometimes after taking the extract only once. Anecdotal evidence carries little weight in scientific circles, but plant drug researchers have conducted over 350 scientific studies about Echinacea.

* References:

1. Melchart D, Linde K, Fischer P, Kaesmayr J. Echinacea for preventing and treating the common cold. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2000;CD000530.

2.  Henneicke-von Zepelin H, Hentschel C, Schnitker J, et al. Efficacy and safety of a fixed combination phytomedicine in the treatment of the common cold (acute viral respiratory tract infection): results of a randomised, double blind, placebo controlled, multicentre study. Curr Med Res Opin 1999;15:214-227.

3. Brinkeborn RM, Shah DV, Degenring FH. Echinaforce and other Echinacea fresh plant preparations in the treatment of the common cold. A randomized, placebo controlled, double-blind clinical trial. Phytomedicine 1999;6:1-6.

 

4.  Lindenmuth GF, Lindenmuth EB. The efficacy of Echinacea compound herbal tea preparation on the severity and duration of upper respiratory and flu symptoms: a randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled study. J Altern Complement Med 2000;6:327-334.



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