Immunify®

Looking for a healthy immune system? Baseline Nutritionals'® Immunify® nutritionally provides immune system support in today’s challenging environment.

Immune System Support:

  • Mixture of five powerful immune supporting herbs, including Echinacea, Astragalus Root & Pau D'Arco.
  • Helps your body increase T-cell production for a healthy immune system.
  • Supports the body's ability to meet challenges.
  • Helps strengthen and rebuild the body for immune system support.
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Support a healthy immune system through Immunify's® benefits:

  • Helps your body fight off challenges.
  • Supports your body's ability to strengthen tissues against assault when challenged.
  • Stimulates macrophage capability for immune system support.
  • May nutritionally support an increase in your body's T-Cell production and may also help protect T-helper cells.
  • Nutritionally assists the Cell Mediated Immune Response.*
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Ingredient Supporting Studies:

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Instructions

Use 2-3 droppers of Immunify® in 2 oz of juice or water as needed. For special occasions, use up to 10 droppers an hour. Note: it is best to use for 3 weeks a month, and rest for one week to maintain maximum effectiveness.

Can be used externally as well.

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 2 droppers (2mL)
Servings per Container: 29.5
Amount per Serving: 720 mg
Container Size: 2 fl oz (59mL)
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Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Echinacea Angustifola Root + N/A* N/A*
Echinacea Purpurea Seed + N/A* N/A*
Pau D'Arco Bark ~ N/A* N/A*
Astragalus Root + N/A* N/A*
Suma Root > N/A* N/A*
Cordyceps Mycelia + N/A* N/A*
Other ingredients: Grain alcohol (45-55% by volume), deionized water, d-Limonene

This formula is a proprietary blend

+ Certified Organic
~ Selectively Imported Herbs
> Ethically Wild Crafted

All ingredients are either domestically sourced or selectively imported
* Daily Value Not Established

Herb Strength Ratio 1:2.8
Kosher
No materials used to produce this product are derived from or contain any Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)

All Vegan and Vegetarian Formula

Echinacea Angustifola Root

Echinacea is truly a miracle herb. For one thing, Echinacea contains echinacoside to help support your immune system. Studies show that echinacea contains substances that boost the activity of your body's macrophages. And other studies from the University of Munich have shown that echinacea extracts boost T-cell production by as much as 30% more than other immune boosting agents, making it an excellent herb for immune system support.

Echinacea Purpurea Seed

Echinacea is truly a miracle herb. For one thing, Echinacea contains echinacoside to help support your immune system. Studies show that echinacea contains substances that boost the activity of your body's macrophages. And other studies from the University of Munich have shown that echinacea extracts boost T-cell production by as much as 30% more than other immune boosting agents, making it an excellent herb for immune system support.

Pau D'Arco Bark

Pau D'Arco (Tabebuia heptophylla) comes from the rain forests of Brazil and other areas of South America. This amazing herb nourishes the body's defense system and helps protect it. Pau D'Arco has been used for centuries for immune system support, detoxification, and to support general health of the body -- especially in the joints. Research has shown that Pau D'Arco cleanses the blood, an important functions for a healthy immune system.

Astragalus Root

Astragalus root is an immunostimulant that nutritionally supports the body. Astragalus also increases phagocytic activity and antibody levels and improves the functioning of natural killer cells.

Suma Root

Natives of the Amazon jungle have used Suma Root for at least the last 300 years. It wasn't until 1975, however, that Suma Root was introduced to 20th century herbalists and tested at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The studies, conducted by Dr. Milton Brazzach, concluded that it supported good health -- with no undesirable side effects.

Since then, studies at the American College of the Healing Arts by Dr. Michael Tierra, author of The Way of Herbs, indicated that consistent use of Suma Root may help combat fatigue, support healthy blood sugar already in a normal range, and stimulate the sex drive.

The key working ingredients in Suma are:

  • Pfaffic acid, which prevents the spread of various cells.
  • Pfaffocides and other saponins, which help support good health.
  • The plant hormones sitosterol and stigmasterol, which improve blood circulation.
  • Alantoin, which helps support good health.
  • And most important of all: organic Germanium (Ge-132). Suma Root has one of the highest concentrations of Ge-132 of any plant in existence.

Cordyceps Mycelia

Cordyceps Mushroom has properties similar to those of ginseng and has been used for immune system support and to rebuild the body after strenuous exercise.

Recent research with extracts of cordyceps has yielded a protein-bound polysaccharide with high immunological enhancement. Cordyceps Mushroom is one of the most valued fungi in all Chinese medicine, among the most potent, and is widely employed to support respiratory health, sexual desire, immune system health, by athletes to increase endurance, and for overall immune system support.

Grain alcohol (45-55% by volume)

deionized water

d-Limonene

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