Immunification™ Is Different
Through extensive research, and with the help of top medical professionals, Priscotty Pure put together a one of a kind immune boost supplement called Immunification™. Immunification™ is an all-in-one immunity blend that combines 16 different tried and true vitamins, minerals, herbals, and glandular tissues into one supplement designed to help the immune system fight viruses and infections.
Immunification™ is formulated with natural bio-enhancers so your body can digest all the nutrients and receive the maximum benefit!
When you try it you can see and feel the difference!
All the ingredients we use in our products are backed by extensive research and proven science. Unlike other companies, there are no “hidden” ingredients in our products. We do not use fillers, chemical coatings, or generic, synthetic ingredients to save money! To learn more about our manufacturing process, click HERE!
L-Lysine – Lysine is an essential amino acid that works as a building block in the body. It is crucial for cell growth, tissue repair, and the production of antibodies, hormones, and enzymes. The body cannot make lysine, so it is important to obtain it from food or supplements. Studies have shown that it blocks and slows down viral replication, making it effective in treating influenza viruses, herpes simplex, and other viruses (2), (3), (4).
Thymus Tissue – Thymus Tissue in a supplement form may boost the Thymus, which is a necessity in the development of the white blood cell T lymphocytes (T Cells). These cells develop from stem cells in bone marrow and help to protect the body by controlling the reactions of the immune system to outside infection and cancer-causing pathogens (5).
Spleen Tissue – Spleen Tissue in supplement form may improve Spleen function. The Spleen needs to be working properly for the immune system to be strong. It has a wide range of immune functions, including forming, filtering, and circulating red blood cells (6).
Vitamin A – In recent years, new studies show that vitamin A has vital, yet unexpected effects on the immune system. It has been shown to regulate a wide range of immune operations like “lymphocyte activation and proliferation, T-helper-cell differentiation, tissue-specific lymphocyte homing, the production of specific antibody isotypes and regulation of the immune response” (7). Vitamin A is also known to treat/prevent inflammation and autoimmunity in the body.
Vitamin C – Many cells in the immune system, especially the phagocytes and t-cells need vitamin C to carry out their duties. When the body is lacking in vitamin C, it has a lower resistance to certain harmful substances (8). You are more susceptible to getting sick when your body is lacking in vitamin C. The recommended daily intake of vitamin C is 75 mg for women and 90 mg for men (9).
Zinc – Just like vitamin C, a lack of Zinc can make you more susceptible to illness. Zinc in humans is somewhat of a new discovery. About 40 years ago, in the Middle East, researchers discovered that people with zinc deficiencies had drastic immune dysfunctions (10). Zinc is responsible for numerous bodily functions. It synthesizes DNA, controls the barrier of the skin, regulates hundreds of enzymes, and is crucial for the development and function of cells (11). The recommended daily intake of Zinc is 8 mg for women and 11 mg for men.
Elderberry – Elderberries are a natural remedy, loaded with antioxidants and vitamins that may help boost your immune system. In a double-blind, placebo-controlled study, elderberries were shown to have antiviral properties against 10 different strains of Influenza viruses (12).
Echinacea – Echinacea is a popular immune stimulant found in North America. Clinical trials have shown that Echinacea shortens the duration and severity of colds and other upper respiratory infections when given as soon as symptoms begin to take place (13).
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