Change in seasons can be a delightful experience. After the chilling nonchalant winters, everyone desperately awaits the summer warmth. A little bit of sunshine, flowers blooming in the spring are a welcoming sight. Similarly, after a long summer, a cool winter breeze feels so refreshing.
However, change in the seasons also marks the onset of allergies. Sometimes, it’s the sniffles or the flu; it can go from an allergic skin rash to reddening of nose due to cold.
Now, what does it really mean to be an “allergic”? Why is it that not all of us find this change in seasons difficult to cope and yet, some of us do? It is indeed a gloomy experience to see other people make snow-man of ice flakes while you lay in bed sneezing, all the time. The only question that arises is why my inherited defense mechanism is unable to fight back allergy, unlike others who are enjoying the seasonal changes.
In short, we are unable to “adapt” to transforming seasons. The answer to this, of course lies in “Immunity”. Immunity is defined as body’s own power to resist infections. Our immune system works to battle against infections caused by harmful foreign organisms invading our body like bacteria, viruses and fungi. However, over the years, the bacteria have mutated becoming powerful enough to spoof the warriors of human’s immunity. The medical system, too, is finding it intricate to treat infections due to developing resistance by bacteria to drugs. Antibiotic resistance is a major concern and therefore we have realized the need for herbal immunity enriching agents in order to fight back diseases with ease. The alternative to maintain the healthy status of the body is to gear up its immunity system.
The following factors weaken body’s immunity.
- Intercurrent illnesses
- Seasonal changes
- Gut health imbalance
- Unhealthy diet
- Sedentary lifestyle
The Mother Nature provides the mankind with herbs that maintain the body’s immune system by keeping the immune cells healthy and aiding them in resisting the bacteria from entering into the body.
Research has demonstrated that these herbs help increase the white blood cells to improve body’s immune response to an infection. They enhance antibody production and also maintain gut health. Herbs like Turmeric (Curcuma longa) and Amla (Emblica officinalis) are highly efficient in strengthening immunity. The right use of these ingredients can assist the body in boosting its immunity as well as detoxify it from any existing toxins. Consumption of these herbs has proved useful in controlling seasonal allergies and proneness to infections in patients. In healthy individuals, these herbs help to enhance the functions of immune cells to build a stronger immunity.
Immunrich for immune health
As the name suggests, Immunrich is rich in immune boosting herbal extracts to strengthen the body’s fighting capacity and defending them against disease-causing micro-organisms.
Key ingredients of Immunrich
Pointed gourd leaves extract (Trichosanthes dioica) is considered to be nature’s gift which helps boost immunity and works as stress reliever and anti-ageing. It improves physical stamina and provides rejuvenating effects. Turmeric (Curcuma longa) and Amla (Emblica officinalis) are good immunity modulators and thus useful in allergies and infections. All the herbs together in Immunrich capsule work synergistically in providing anti-oxidant support and strengthen body’s immune system on multiple levels.
The optimum dosage of Immunrich as health supplement to boost immunity is 1 capsule twice daily for 3 months for better and sustained effect. To know more write to us on firstname.lastname@example.org