Imusol custom formula with 60 capsules of atrocarpus tonkinesis, rhizoma smilacis, nypa fruticans, misteltoe, pandanrus odoratissimus, phyllanthus urinaria and plantago asiatica, Supports balanced immune function, body detoxification and lymphatic system. Designed by Dr. Ba Hoang.
|1 capsule 3 times a day
|1 bottle lasts 20 days
|2 capsules 3 times a day
|1 bottle lasts 10 days
Rhizoma Smilacis is widely consumed by the Chinese as functional food and as herbal medicine. It is a sweet and nontoxic herb used in traditional Chinese Medical (TCM) to treat acute dysentery, acute or chronic inflammation of the kidneys, mercury poisoning, etc. It does so by enhancing the functions of the stomach and kidney channels allowing for better waste management. Rhizoma has been studied more extensively in the recent years and has been noted that the radical scavenging ability of this herb is extremely strong, making it a potent antioxidant. Additionally, in another study scientists have found that the herb is able to selectively suppress cellular immune response involved in inflammations as well as through a direct anti-inflammatory mechanism inhibiting PGE2.
Nypa Frutican is a species of palm native to east Asian countries. The endosperm extract has high total phenolics, flavonoid content, and antioxidant capacities. In the Philippines, nipa palm has been used as folk medicine. Recent studies have found that Nypa demonstrated high antimicrobial properties because of its high phenolic content.
Mistletoe has been used medically in Europe for centuries to treat a variety of ailments. In fact the Celts and the Vikings called this plant “All Heal” and believed that this plant possessed miraculous healing ability. It has been used as an herbal treatment for urinary disorders, heart disease, and other symptoms stemming from a weak and disordered state of a nervous system. Most notably the plant is able to lower blood pressure and is even used as treatment for certain types of cancers. In fact it is one of the most widely studied alternative medicine therapies in people with cancer. It is classified as a type of biological response modifier, something that stimulates how the body responds to infection and disease.
Pandanus Odoratissimuus is a plant that is native to South Asia and India grown in coastal regions. In Indian Ayurvedic medicine every part of this plant is used in traditional medicine. From using the essential oils extracted from the flowers to treat headaches, earaches, and pains, to the leaves being antiseptic and antibacterial which makes it ideal for wound healing. However, most importantly the roots are able to detoxify the body. P. Odoratissimuus has been ingested to alleviate stomach cramps, alleviate vomiting and used in treatments for Syphilis.
Phyllanthus Urinaria is a weed species that thrives in the southern USA. However, despite it being an invasive weed, it has huge medicinal value and is used as such. Aqueous extracts of the plants have shown significant antiviral effects. It was found to suppress herpes simplex virus (HSV), shown inhibitory effects against the Epstein Bar virus, and inhibits in-vitro DNA polymerase of the hepatitis B virus. In research studies, after treating carriers of hepatitis B virus for 30 days 60% of the treated patients lost the hepatitis B surface antigen with no remission. These strong antiviral effects help boost the immune system and the lymphatic system at the same time. Additionally, the plant extract also shows significant antioxidant activity in vitro which helps to detoxify the body of free radicals.
Plantago Asiatica also known as Asian or Chinese Plantain is another healthy weed. It has been consumed since the 1800 and is commonly used as folk medicine in Taiwan for treating infectious diseases in the respiratory, urinary, and digestive tracts. It has also shown inhibitory activity on the proliferation of lymphoma, carcinoma, herpes virus, and adenoviruses. The extracts of the plant possess significant immunomodulatory activity, enhancing lymphocyte proliferation and secretion of interferon-y at low concentrations.