Why it Works
Immune-Rmor (immune armor) is an immune system support and restoration formula that nourishes the spleen, lymph, pituitary and thymus glands. A healthy immune system is able to distinguish between a healthy cell and tissue and unwanted invaders. It is our body’s armor against unwanted bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi, etc.
Our world, however, is filled with electromagnetic frequencies, chemicals and nutrient-depleted, highly addictive foods. These put our immune system under chronic stress. Symptoms and syndromes can occur: inflammation aches and pains, coughs and colds, viral and bacterial infections, complex autoimmune disorders, etc. Immune-Rmor provides the immune system with nutritional resources so it can remain balanced under stress and battle invaders.
Immune-Rmor also supports restoration as the body releases old cells and produces new cells. The spleen is supported and resources are provided for manufacturing healthy red and white blood cells and platelets. These in turn support a healthy immune system and the cycle continues.
L-Lysine HCl enhances production of antibodies that fight viruses. RNA boosts immune function.
Enzymes: Bromelain and pancreatin stimulate the body’s production of cancer fighting compounds. They digest proteins and protein toxins and contain anti-inflammatory properties.
Glandulars: Beef extracts of spleen, thymus, lymph and pituitary replenish nutrients naturally produced in the human body. They promote vital immune function (producing and storing blood cells and T-cells) and control the release of the body’s hormones that influence the immune system.
Herbs: Echinacea can stimulate the immune system and reduce inflammation. Fennel supports the spleen in producing red blood cells. Rose hips is a natural source of vitamin C and a powerful antioxidant. Buckwheat, (despite its name it is not a grass or wheat) works in the gut to detoxify. The seed of this fruit contains rutin, a powerful immune booster.
Beet Root detoxifies and contains vitamins and minerals that boost the immune system and fight inflammation.
Cranberry is an antioxidant, fights inflammation and contains antiseptic properties that reduces the risk of infection and can kill bacteria often found with UTI and bladder infections.
Vitamins: Thiamin, the “anti-stress” vitamin, and antioxidants vitamin C, vitamin E and tocotrienols stimulate the immune system. Research shows beta-carotene reduces the risk of many cancers. This vitamin A precursor supports immune function of lymphocytes, monocytes, phagocytes, white blood cells and spleen.
Minerals and trace elements: Copper, selenium, and zinc assist optimal immune function. They stimulate white blood cell antibody production and trigger a balanced immune response to stress.