ImmunPRO Infection Blocker.

Review

ImmunPRO Infection Blocker –

Resistance free alternative to antibiotics  

 

ImmunPRO Infection Blocker

ImmunPRO Infection Blocker – Resistance free alternative to antibiotics

I was sent the ImmunPRO Infection Blocker before we left for Australia, but I stupidly packed them in the case rather than keeping them with me for the flight and low and behold within 4 days of arriving I got a stinking cold, which I kindly passed on to Ian, it’s widely known that during flights, especially long haul that germs are riff, so on our return journey I made sure I had them with me.

I didn’t realise until before we left I should’ve taken them when I first felt my throat getting sore and it may have prevented the full blown symptoms 🙁

We both took the tablets during the journey and thankfully on our return we had no illness’s. Which when you think we came into contact with hundreds of people and spent a LONG time on planes in close contact with all ages we stayed germ free. Yayyyyy.

ImmunPRO Infection Blocker – Resistance free alternative to antibiotics

The active ingredient in ImmunPRO Infection Blocker, soon to be available in the UK, has been shown to create a physical barrier in the mouth and throat against viruses similar to the bird-flu virus H5N1.

 

Researchers at the Institute for Molecular Virology at the University of Münster in Germany, have been investigating new treatments to combat bird flu viruses and concluded that the plant extract and active ingredient in ImmunPRO, Cistus villosus, has ‘very good anti-viral effects’ against bird-flu and regular influenza pathogens.

 

Cistus villosus is naturally rich in tannins (polyphenols), which, due to their large molecular structure, are not reabsorbed, but instead form a protective film that stops viruses from penetrating the mucous membrane of the mouth and prevents a virus from docking with host cells.

 

The new ImmunPRO Infection Blocker tablets (strictly speaking a medical device) create a physical barrier in the mouth and start to work immediately as a preventative or at the very onset of illness, such as the first scratching signs of a sore throat. A particular benefit of the product is that because it works on a physical level, there is no possibility of a virus mutation creating resistance which is typical with antibiotics overuse.

 

The tablets are ideal for use during the colder seasons of the year, before and during typical flu periods and of course when travelling by plane, train or underground, where close contact with other people is unavoidable.

 

ImmunPRO Infection Blocker will be available in the UK from October. Sucking one to six tablets per day could prevent both viral and bacterial infections. One tablet should provide cover for up to two hours.

 

HUBNER ImmunPRO Infection Blocker (active ingredient Cistus Villosus) is an innovative and unique Medical Device. A delicious chocolate-mint tablet, clinically proven to work instantly in offering a natural resistance from the risk of viral and bacterial infection.

ImmunPRO Infection Blocker starts working as soon as the first symptoms start to show, by warding off the infection before you get sick. Ideal for when travelling on trains or aeroplanes where germs are prevalent.

ImmunPro Infection Blocker:
• Acts as a protective film
• Creates a natural barrier against cold viruses
• Provides relief at the initial signs of an infection, such as the first scratching signs of a sore throat
INGREDIENTS:
1 tablet contains 73.5 mg Cistus Villosus extract with 50mg polyphenols.

ImmunPRO is available in the UK and Ireland from Holland & Barrett, independent health stores and pharmacies nationwide, priced £15.95 for 30 tabs. Call 01782 564512 for stockist details or visit www.healthy2u.co.uk.

 

Disclosure:- I was sent the ImmunPRO Infection Blocker FOC for the purpose of this review but all opinions are my own honest opinions.

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