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IMUNI Immune Defence is a unique formulation designed to stimulate a healthy immune response and support the immune system to fight illness. Contains antioxidants that help reduce free radical damage to body cells. Helps maintain optimal Vitamin D and Zinc levels in the body. Read more
IMUNI Immune Defence | Quercetin, Vitamin C & D3, Zinc
SPECIALISED IMMUNE SUPPORT. FORMULATED BY EXPERTS.
Each vegan capsule contains therapeutic doses of Vitamin D3, Vitamin C, Zinc, Quercetin.
- Helps stimulate a healthy immune system response
- Helps reduce occurrence of common colds
IMUNI Immune Defence is a unique formulation designed to stimulate a healthy immune response and support the immune system to fight illness. Contains antioxidants that help reduce free radical damage to body cells. Helps maintain optimal Vitamin D and Zinc levels in the body.
- Evidence-based health supplements + education
- Science-backed ingredients with doses at therapeutic levels
- High quality, pure + effective ingredients
- Optimal ingredient formulations
- 100% Australian Made + Owned
IMUNI Immune Defence is listed in the ARTG, AUST L 353362
Ingredients and Amount Per Daily Dose (2 capsules):
- VITAMIN D3 (Vitashine™ 1000 IU)
- VITAMIN C (500 mg)
- ZINC (40 mg)
- QUERCETIN (QU995™ 500 mg)
Active ingredients per Vegan capsule:
Quercetin 250 mg, Colecalciferol Vitashine™ (Vitamin D3 500 IU) 12.5 mcg, Zinc gluconate 153.14 mg (equiv. Zinc 20 mg), Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) 250 mg.
Does Not Contain:
- ANIMAL PRODUCTS
- ARTIFICIAL COLOURS
- FLAVOURS OR SWEETENERS
- NO ADDED SUGAR
- VEGETARIAN & VEGAN FRIENDLY
Directions for use:
Take one (1) capsule twice daily with food or as recommended by your healthcare professional.
Store below 30°C in a cool, dry place away from direct heat and sunlight. Do not use if seal on cap/lid has been broken. Shelf life 24 months from the date of manufacture.
Adults only. Contains zinc which may be dangerous if taken in large amounts or for a long period. Vitamin and mineral supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
If symptoms persist, talk to your healthcare professional.
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