IMMUNO COMPLEX [Specialities]
A well functioning immune system is one of the most important parameters for optimal health.
Numerous environmental factors, such as various forms of contamination and stress, adversely affect the functioning of the immune system. Immuno Complex is a fully natural composition of five active ingredients to support the immune system: Beta-glucan, Astragalus, Zinc, Vitamin C, Garlic
Instructions of use
For adults and children from 6 years: 2x1 capsule per day for prevention, up to 2x2 capsules per day.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Keep out of reach of young children.
Food supplements should not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Do not use during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Do not use under 6.
Check with a simultaneous intake of medicines.
No long-term use without professional advice.
Range of usage
to strengthen it immune system
for professional athletes
CompositionIngredients per 4 capsules
ß-1,3 / 1,6-glucan 600mg, Plantar capsule (Hypromellose), Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid, Acerola) 280mg (350% RI), Filler (Microcrystalline cellulose), Anti-caking agents (Magnesium silicate, Magnesium stearate, Silicon dioxide), Malpighia punicifolia L. (Acerola standardized on 25% Vitamin C) dry extract 160mg, Astragalus membranaceus Moench (Astragalus) dry extract 140mg, Zinc (Zinc Bisglycinate) 20mg (200% RI)
RI: Reference intake
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