Improve your immune response within 2 hours with this fast-absorbing infusion that bathes your mouth and gut microbiome in protective actives and nature’s most potent defenders.*
Our Master Herbalist searched the world to select science-backed herbs traditionally revered for supporting a wiser immune response.* Immune Therapy is synergistically designed and rigorously tested for uncompromised purity and potency in every cup.
Ingredients: cistus incanus, rosehip, sumac, black currant, chaga, ginger
THE POWER OF DRINKING IMMUNE THERAPY CISTUS+ INFUSION
Your nose and mouth are the entrance to your immune system. Fortify their defenses with our daily-use formula designed to challenge respiratory threats while initiating a balanced and precise immune response throughout your body.*
WHAT IMMUNE THERAPY DOES...
- Bathes your mouth with a potency-assured dose and unique array of protective actives including polyphenols.
- Fast-acting nutrient absorption into the blood stream begins instantly without waiting for digestion.*
- Biotransformed phytoactives work with your microbiome to enhance your gut barrier with short chain fatty acids (SCFAs) and help signal a healthy immune response.*
1. Bring water to a boil
2. Pour water over infusion bag
3. Cover & steep for 10 minutes
4. Drink hot or iced
Drink one 12oz cup for daily support and fast-acting protection.*†
†Each bag can be steeped up to 3 times for additional benefits.
INTELLIGENCE FOR YOUR IMMUNE CELLS
SUPPORTS A WISER IMMUNE SYSTEM™
Your body is your fortress, and when it’s challenged, the most effective solution is a combination of prevention and active defense. Immune Therapy delivers dual-action protection that works to fortify the friendly bacteria in your mouth while signaling immune cells throughout your body to stand at the ready. Our formula avoids “boosting” your immune system, as this can create excess inflammation in your body. Instead, Immune Therapy ensures a balanced and precise response for improved efficiency, awareness, and resilience.*
Cistus incanus has been treasured in the Mediterranean for centuries as nature’s answer to immune challenges. Traditionally prepared with its aerial parts as a refreshing water-based infusion, a clinical study researched the benefits of a Cistus protocol containing 220mg polyphenols and found it to deliver relief and anti-inflammatory benefits to patients experiencing upper respiratory tract infection symptoms. Polyphenols are protective actives and Cistus contains a unique blend of about 32 types including myricetin,quercetin, and kaempferol, which are associated with anti-viral activity.
A rich source of vitamin C and protective polyphenols, rosehip contains a unique synergy of immune-balancing compounds like betulinic acid and quercetin. Studies have shown quercetin to be an anti-viral agent that targets viral particles without causing excessive inflammation in the host cell, possibly even inhibiting entry into the host cell and preventing a threat’s progression through the body. Quercetin is most effective when synergized with vitamin C, making rosehip a valuable botanical for any immune challenge.
A medicinal and culinary staple, sumac berry is renowned for its high vitamin C and polyphenolic content along with its delicious lemonade-like flavor. Featuring polyphenols like kaempferol, quercetin, and gallic acid, it possesses potent antioxidant properties.
A supreme source of phenolics, flavonoids, carotenoids, ascorbic acid, and antioxidants, black currant leaf may have an even higher antioxidant capacity than its berries. In vitro studies show that a small concentration(<1%) of black currant leaf extract inhibits adhesion of viruses to the host cell and may inhibit viral replication and spread throughout the body.
Sourced from the Adirondacks, our birch-grown chaga mushroom contains a high concentration of immune-balancing betulinic acid. Along with its polyphenolic content, the betulinic acid in chaga is known to help support proper adrenal function while polysaccharides, beta glucans, and zinc act like intelligence for your immune cells, helping them understand how to respond accurately and precisely.
Called the “great medicine” by ancient Indians, ginger rhizome has been traditionally used in Ayurveda for digestive imbalances, fever, and respiratory infections and in Iranian Traditional Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine for similar uses. Gingerols, a primary constituent in ginger, contain both immunomodulatory and anti-viral properties that have a profound effect on reinstating balance throughout the immune system and body. A recent study showed that after drinking ginger tea, patients had gingerols in their plasma 30-60 minutes after consumption.
OUR CLINICAL STUDIES SHOW THAT WITHIN 1 HOUR OF DRINKING IMMUNE THERAPY:
- Scavenger cells called monocytes start migrating from the blood stream to the tissue where they can immediately respond to immune challenges, communicate the need for a response, and regulate immunity and recovery.
- Specific pro-inflammatory markers are reduced, allowing immune cells to better “listen” and move where they are needed.
AFTER 2 HOURS OF DRINKING IMMUNE THERAPY:
- Natural Killer cells and T cells are activated, pinning down threats and challenging them, demonstrated by CD69 activation marker expression.
- Monocyte levels increase in the blood stream, indicating their return to surveille your system for immune challenges.
Immune Therapy’s efficacy lies in the combination of each herb and mushroom, which was guided by groundbreaking immune research along with 40+years of formulation expertise. However, Cistus incanus has proven to be a standout in Immune Therapy and the foundation of some of the most impressive herbal synergies I’ve ever seen. Cistus is capable of inhibiting some viruses from binding to their host, making it a hot topic in immune research at the moment. It contains a complex matrix of polyphenols that are rarely seen in nature. Yet, at the time of Immune Therapy’s formulation, we only saw this herb being used in the Mediterranean and not available here in North America. We thought it was time we introduce it.