The potent blend of nature’s most powerful immune boosting herbs.
Powerimmune is an herbal extract of the 12 most powerful immune boosting herbs that in synergy create a very potent and uniquely full-spectrum support for the immune system.
Made with only organic and wild crafted ingredients.
fitura Powerimmune™ Supplement Facts
Serving size: 20 drops (1 ml)
Servings per container: 60 (for 2 oz / 60 ml container)
Amount per serving
A proprietary blend of: 1 ml
Organic* Echinacea Purpurea
Echinacea enhances the particle-ingestion capacity of white blood cells and other specialized immune-system cells, increasing their ability to attack foreign invaders such as viruses.
Besides stimulating a healthy immune system to deal more effectively with invading viruses, echinacea helps accelerate healing if infection already exists. 1
Organic* Licorice (Latin: Glycyrrhiza Glabra)
The glycyrrhizin in Licorice boosts the immune system's T-cell count and stimulating production of protective compounds such as interferon.
Other ingredients—including glabridin, glycyrrhizin, and licoricidin—soothe inflammation. 2
Wild harvested Cat's Claw (Latin: Uncaria Tomentosa)
Cat's claw is a large, woody vine that derives its name from hook-like thorns that grow along the vine and resemble the claws of a cat.
Cat's claw has been used medicinally by tribes of Peru for at least 2,000 years. In Europe it is used since the early 1990s as an adjunctive treatment for cancer and AIDS as well as for other diseases that target the immune system.
In herbal medicine today, cat's claw is employed around the world for many different conditions, including immune disorders, gastritis, ulcers, cancer, arthritis, rheumatism, rheumatic disorders, neuralgias, chronic inflammation of all kinds, and such viral diseases as herpes zoster (shingles). 3
Organic* Green Tea (Latin: Camellia Sinensis)
Green tea extract stimulates the immune system. It has long been used by the Chinese as medicine to treat headaches, body ache, poor digestion, and improve well-being and life expectancy.
Green tea extract is bioflavonoid rich, and one of its main uses is fighting free radicals in your body. Green tea extract contains high level of polyphenols (a bioflavonoid), and it's also a rich source of EGCG (an antioxidant), that's over 200 times more potent than vitamin E in fighting free radicals and pro-oxidants. It also helps prevent some forms of cancer including colon, pancreatic, and stomach cancer. 4
Organic* Shiitake mushrooms (Latin: Lentinus Edodus)
The healing power of shiitake mushrooms has been known for centuries throughout. Ancient healers prescribed them for a number of ailments such as fatigue, liver ailments, vision problems, sinus conditions, colds, gastrointestinal ailments. Shiitake were also prescribed as a general prophyllactic to promote longevity, vitality, and well-being.
What the ancients knew, modern medicine is just beginning to discover. Compounds in shiitake mushrooms—especially a phytochemical called lentinan—have been subjected to various clinical studies, and are thought to have possible benefit for a number of disorders, including cancer, heart disease, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, hepatitis, AIDS, and herpes (and other viral conditions). 5
Organic* St. John’s Wort (Latin: Hypericum perforatum)
St. John’s wort has interested herbalists since the first-century Greek physicians Galen and Dioscorides recommended it as a diuretic, wound-healer, and treatment for menstrual disorders. During the Middle Ages, remarkable, even mystical properties were attributed to St. John’s wort, thought to be best if harvested on June 24, St. John’s Day. 6
Russian researchers recently discovered that this complex herb contains substances that both stimulate and suppress immunity. This allows St. John’s wort to boost the ability of the immune system to fight infection, while at the same time decreasing the immune processes that promote inflammation in wounds and other injuries. Other studies indicate that St. John’s wort may very well play an important role in the fight against AIDS. 7
Organic* Lemon Balm (Latin: Melissa Officinalis)
As far back as the ancient Greeks this plant was recognized for both its soothing smell and its medicinal properties. Like most herbs Lemon Balm is antibacterial and anti viral in nature. It is also a slightly sedative herb, lowering fever, relaxing spasms and improving digestion. 8
Lemon balm has potent antiviral properties useful for treating herpes and other diseases caused by viruses.
And lemon balm's growing reputation as a medicinal herb has just taken a dramatic new turn. Long a favourite for brewing relaxing herbal teas, a new study published in Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry shows that lemon balm improves mental function and reduces agitation in patients suffering from mild to moderate Alzheimers disease. 9
Organic* Olive Leaf (Latin: Oleae Europaea)
The ancient Egyptians may be been the first to put the olive leaf to practical use, extracting its oil to mummify their kings. Later cultures found the leaf was better utilized for the living than the dead. Over the ages, there is documentation that it was a popular folk remedy for combating fevers.
Around 1962, a Dutch researcher determined the active ingredient in oleuropein to be a substance he called elenolic acid. It was found to have a powerful anti-bacterial effect. By the late 1960s, research by scientists at a major American pharmaceutical company showed that elenolic acid also inhibited the growth of viruses. In fact, it stopped every virus that it was tested against. 10
Organic* Astragalus (Latin: Astragalus Membranaceus)
The great Chinese Emperor Shen Nung around 5000 years ago first discovered astragalus. Today astragalus is slowly becoming one of the better-known Chinese herbs. Some of its popularity may be attributed to extensive scientific study that began in the 1970s confirming the herb's ability to stimulate the immune system, fight bacteria, viruses, and inflammation, protect the liver, and act as a diuretic and adaptogen.
Researchers believe on the basis of cell studies that astragalus augments those white blood cells that fight disease and removes some of those that make the body more vulnerable to it. 11
Organic* Ginger (Latin: Zingiber Officinale)
Cultivated for millennia in both China and India, ginger reached the West at least 2,000 years ago. Most of the thousands of prescriptions in Traditional Chinese Medicine are combinations of many herbs, and ginger is used in nearly half to mediate the effects of other ingredients.
It has been studied for its antibacterial, antifungal, pain-relieving, antiulcer, antitumor, and other properties. 12
Because of its remarkable thermoregulatory properties, ginger can assist in lowering a fever, as well as alleviate chills caused by colds as it warms the body. Its antibacterial/antiviral effects help reduce the incidence of colds altogether. Further research is looking into ginger's anti-cancer properties, and immune enhancement properties. It is also an important antioxidant with more than 12 constituents superior to vitamin C. 13
Organic* Garlic (Latin: Allium Sativum)
For centuries there has been a mystical folklore about garlic and its magical healing ability. Now scientists with years of serious research behind them, are convinced that garlic and aged garlic extract has been highly effective in reducing the two leading causes of death, cancer and heart disease and extending life itself. 14
Garlic is a pungent herb that prevents or clears bacterial infection, lowers fever by increasing perspiration, reduces blood pressure, cholesterol and sugar levels. It is also an expectorant and is regarded to rejuvenate, detoxify and is also seen as an aphrodisiac in some cultures. It has antibacterial, antiviral as well as lipid lowering properties. 15
Organic* Onion (Latin: Allium Cepa)
Everything that's been said about Garlic can be said about onion. Onions and garlic share many of the same powerful sulfur bearing compounds that work so effectively as anti-viral and anti-bacterial agents. 16
Onion is a pungent herb, protecting against infection, relaxing spasms, reducing blood pressure as well as blood clotting and blood sugar levels. It further has expectorant and diuretic properties. 17
In a base of water and 58% Alcohol.
fitura Powerimmune is most effective when taken regularly, as a form of prevention. This way the body can steadily build a healthier immune system, something that cannot be fully accomplished overnight. Preventive usage is generally sufficient for adults at 20 drops (1ml), twice a day in between meals. At this rate one bottle will last 30 days. To kick-start boosting your immune system, take 40 drops (2ml), twice a day in between meals for the first two weeks.
Alternatively you can take fitura Powerimmune when you experience the first symptoms of a weakened immune system . But since these symptoms likely surface several days after your immune system has been weakened, you will need a higher dosage to catch up. Dosage for adults for reactive use should be 5 times daily, 20-30 drops, or 10 drops each hour. Note: if not taken preventively, taking it at the first symptoms is essential for its effectiveness.
We suggest you always contact your general physician or naturopath when considering adding food supplements to your diet, but you should certainly do so if you plan to take fitura Powerimmune when taking prescription drugs, some of the ingredients could influence their effectiveness. One of the ingredients, St. John’s Wort, is known to interact with various prescription drugs, in particular, it can interfere with various heart drugs and reduce their effectiveness. So check with your doctor if you can combine fitura Powerimmune with your prescription drugs and if you need to adjust the dosage of either one.
You should not take fitura Powerimmune if you're pregnant or if you are expecting to become pregnant, as some of the herbs are contraindicated with pregnancy.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What does it taste like?
Honestly, fitura Powerimmune is no sweet candy, and if you have seen the ingredients you understand why. Just imagine mixing garlic, onion, ginger and other bitter-tasting herbs, it is a spicy mix. But as Mike Adams “The Health Ranger” says, "you can taste the potency. Taste in this case is a good indicator of the strength—if a herbal extract (also known as tincture) doesn't have much taste, it probably isn't much indeed." fitura Powerimmune is a very dense extract, so when you taste it and can't help making a funny face, be glad you are tasting the potency.
What is the best way to take fitura Powerimmune?
The area under your tongue is exceptionally well suited for accepting nutrients into your blood (which is where most medications can be effective, riding your blood stream throughout your body), this is why many medications are prescribed as “sublingual” or under the tongue. And fitura Powerimmune is no different, but it is a very strong tasting extract so many people will prefer to not take it pure. You could also take it in a glass of water or juice; we think it goes great in tomato juice or grapefruit juice.
Where does the recipe come from?
Mike Adams “The Health Ranger,” nutritionist and prominent author of many books (available from Truth Publishing) and articles (available at NaturalNews.com and other sites), searched through over 400 books written by some of the most respected doctors, physicians, naturopaths and authors in the natural health community on his quest to find the best antiviral herbs, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. Through this research, he was able to document the astounding antiviral capabilities of all varieties of medicinal herbs, including rainforest herbs, Chinese medicine herbs and Western herbs.
He narrowed the list down to twelve of the most powerful antiviral herbs he could find, the “Big Twelve” as he calls them. They're the most well-documented, the most clinically proven, the most aggressive antiviral herbs known to the natural health community. And they all do so by boosting your immune system.
The “Big Twelve” herbs became the basis for the fitura Powerimmune formula. We then balanced the ingredients to the ideal quantities to have the best synergetic effect.
Why is fitura Powerimmune made in The Netherlands?
There are many locations in the world that provide a positive climate for many of the ingredients of fitura Powerimmune, but what we found is that the environment present near the southern islands of The Netherlands provides a uniquely ideal combination of fertile soils, the right amount of sunshine and moist air from the ocean that creates the best conditions for these herbs to flourish.
All herbs on the farm are grown according to European Organic “EKO” standard and the entire operation is run with maximum consideration for the environment. For example, the farm building is constructed with natural insulation materials, flax seed oil-based paint, sun collectors provide hot water and heating, and rain water is collected for use where tab water is unnecessary. fitura Powerimmune is all good!
What is the shelf life, and how should I store it?
The shelf life of the current batch is indicated towards the top of this page, on the left, under 'Best used before'. Storage of fitura Powerimmune is ideal in a dark, cool and dry place, such as your refrigerator.
Does fitura Powerimmune contain gluten, wheat yeast, or sugar?
None of the above.
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Recommended by Mike Adams
Mike Adams “The Health Ranger” has recommended fitura Powerimmune for years. He calls it the Big 12 of immune boosting ingredients. Read his work at naturalnews.com.