Do you feel like you pick up every cold or flu bug that you encounter? The cold and flu season can be debilitating. And let’s face it: some of us just don’t have the time to get sick. Modern methods of treating these viruses only focus on the symptoms while doing nothing to combat the actual virus. Vi-Rid is a well researched group of herbs that have been proven to combat virus and bacterial infections.
Vi-Rid is formulated to:
- help soothe sore throats
- stop coughs
- reduce fever
Virid is a combination of herbs shown useful in relieving colds and flus. Virid was also designed to help boost our immune defense to prevent colds or flus as well.
Andrographis is highly effective at reducing fever, is an anti-inflammatory and can stop the cough that often accompanies viral and bacterial infections. Andrographis packs a one-two punch by also triggering your immune response, and activating your killer T cells in the body to work faster.
Lonicera is a component that has been researched and shown to directly target several influenza strands.
Isatis Root has many benefits. It is antibacterial, antiviral, and antimicrobial. Some scientists attribute its effects to indigo glycosides. These glycosides help your gut fight bacteria and virus. As we are learning more than 80% of our immune system is located in our gut. Isatis Root is also anti inflammatory due to its cox 2 function. Great for relieving sore throats.
In laboratory studies, Forsythia has focused on anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral (mainly anti-influenza) activities of the herb
“Being a busy mom of young ones, I don’t have time to be sick. I started taking Vi-Rid when I had a sore throat, not wanting to taking another round of antibiotics. It worked! Now, I just keep it in my medicine cabinet and start taking Vi-Rid at the first sign of getting a cold. The best part… it usually doesn’t develop into anything more.” – Christine R.
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