The Immune Health AHR is a sachet containing live bacterial cells which support and enhance immune health.
~Reduce occurrence and duration of upper respiratory tract infections.
~Reduce common cold occurrence and duration.
~Reduce symptoms of hay fever.
~Promote important immune factors.
~Stimulate a healthy immune response.
~Support a healthy microbiome.
Daily ingestion of Lactobacillus significantly reduces occurrence and duration of episodes of sickness, from 5 sick days to only 2.8 sick days average.*
Clinical trial participants had decreased occurrence of acute gastroenteritis, and upper respiratory tract infections.*
Add cells to water to re-animate.
Each 5g sachet provides 7-days worth of product and should be added to 150ml water.
Take 10-20ml daily.
Lactobacillus species, sodium chloride, raspberry flavour, stevia.
Lactobacillus spp. (SVT-04P1):
Lactobacillus spp. (SVT-08C1):
If symptoms persist consult your health professional.
Not to be used in children under 2 years of age without medical advice.
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