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New and Improved Immune Support

We take customer feedback seriously and constantly strive for the best possible product we can manufacture. This month, we’re pleased to be rolling out a new and improved formula of our Immune Support blend. Some changes you may notice:

The new Immune Support blend has odorless garlic and a 100% natural formula.

The new Immune Support blend has odorless garlic and a 100% natural formula.

  1. Odorless Garlic - we’ve switched to odorless garlic to make taking the pills a bit more pleasant without sacrificing the health benefits of the ingredient.

  2. Naturally-sourced Vitamin E - we have updated the Vitamin E source to be 100% naturally derived. We strive for 100% natural ingredients in our products and never use any synthetics or fillers.

  3. Updated Label Artwork - we’ve made some modest changes to the label to celebrate the new updates, ensure FDA compliance, and promote customer transparency.

As always, our capsules are 100% vegetarian / suitable for vegans, and without the use of artificial anti-caking agents or excipients.

We’re thrilled with the positive experience thousands of customer have had with this product and we will continue to provide the most premium supplements available.

Learn more about Immune Support and the science which governs the formula here:

Immune Support Featured In Breast Cancer Wellness Magazine

Key Ingredients in "Immune Support" Recognized for their Exceptional Health Properties

Immune Support, the latest addition to the Natural Cure Labs family, has recently found itself among the readership of Breast Cancer Wellness Magazine. The article, published on May 1st, details six key ingredients which form a powerful defense against viral, bacterial, and microbial infections. 

The six key ingredients found in Immune Support along with the diseases they may help fight include:

  1. L‐Lysine and Herpes Simplex: L‐lysine is an amino acid that may fight cold sores and other herpes‐simplex viruses. In double‐blind, placebo‐controlled, multicenter trials of L‐Lysine, the L‐Lysine treatment group had fewer outbreaks, diminished symptoms, and faster healing time than the control (Reference #1, 2).

  2. Astragalus and Cardiovascular Health: Astragalus is a flowering plant and one of the 50 fundamental herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine (Reference #3). In addition to its powerful immune boosting abilities and cardiovascular health benefits (Reference #4), Astragalus has been shown to slow or prevent the growth of some cancerous cells (Reference #5).

  3. Selenium and Asthma: Selenium has some incredible research (Reference #6) supporting its potential antiviral properties including studies on Influenza (Reference #7, 8). Even more interestingly, Selenium may play an important role in reducing the onset or severity of asthma (Reference #9, 10)

  4. Ginseng and Diabetes: Literature suggest that Ginseng extract may support immune function by enhancing Natural Killer (NK) cell activity, the first line of defense, during an infection (Reference #11). Ginseng has been further studied for its potential support in diabetes treatment by stimulating insulin secretion (Reference#12) in lab animals.

  5. Olive Leaf and Colds: Olive leaf contains high amounts of antioxidants and may be used in the treatment of colds and influenza (Reference #13, 14, 20). Olive leaf extract has also been shown in laboratory tests to prevent viruses (like Herpes Simplex Virus) from entering host cells, perhaps preventing spreading of the disease. (Refernce #15, 16)

  6. Elderberry and Influenza: Research has shown that elderberry extract can inhibit the replication of Influenza virus, and may stimulate the immune response enough to prevent infection (Reference# 17, 18, 19)

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  1. Griffith R, S, Walsh D, E, Myrmel K, H, Thompson R, W, Behforooz A, “Success of L‐Lysine Therapy in Frequently Recurrent Herpes simplex Infection.” Dermatology 1987;175:183‐190

  2. McCune MA , Perry HO , Muller SA , O’Fallon WM. “Treatment of recurrent herpes simplex infections with L‐lysine monohydrochloride.” Cutis [01 Oct 1984, 34(4):366‐373]

  3. Wong, Ming (1976). La Médecine chinoise par les plantes. Le Corps a Vivre series. Éditions Tchou.

  4. Qiu L‐H, Zhang B‐Q, Lian M‐J, Xie X‐J, Chen P. Vascular protective effects of Astragalus
    membranaceus and its main constituents in rats with chronic hyperhomocysteinemia. Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine. 2017;14(3):2401‐2407. doi:10.3892/etm.2017.4739.

  5. Huang C, Xu D, Xia Q, Wang P, Rong C, Su Y. Reversal of P‐glycoprotein‐mediated multidrug resistance of human hepatic cancer cells by Astragaloside II. J Pharm Pharmacol. 2012 Dec;64(12):1741‐50. doi: 10.1111/j.2042‐7158.2012.01549.x. Epub 2012 Jun 8.

  6. Hoffmann, Peter R., and Marla J. Berry. “The Influence of Selenium on Immune Responses.” Molecular nutrition & food research 52.11 (2008): 1273–1280. PMC.

  7. Li W, Beck MA. Selenium deficiency induced an altered immune response and increased survival following influenza A/Puerto Rico/8/34 infection. Exp Biol Med (Maywood). 2007 Mar; 232(3):412‐9.

  8. Sheridan PA, Zhong N, Carlson BA, Perella CM, Hatfield DL, Beck MA. Decreased selenoprotein expression alters the immune response during influenza virus infection in mice. J Nutr. 2007 Jun; 137(6):1466‐71.

  9. Kocyigit A, Armutcu F, Gurel A, Ermis B. Alterations in plasma essential trace elements selenium, manganese, zinc, copper, and iron concentrations and the possible role of these elements on oxidative status in patients with childhood asthma. Biol Trace Elem Res. 2004 Jan; 97(1):31‐41.

  10. Rubin RN, Navon L, Cassano PA. Relationship of serum antioxidants to asthma prevalence in youth. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2004 Feb 1; 169(3):393‐8.

  11. Kang S, Min H. Ginseng, the “Immunity Boost”: The Effects of Panax ginseng on Immune System. Journal of Ginseng Research. 2012;36(4):354‐368. doi:10.5142/jgr.2012.36.4.354.

  12. Park E‐Y, Kim H‐J, Kim Y‐K, et al. Increase in Insulin Secretion Induced by Panax ginseng Berry Extracts Contributes to the Amelioration of Hyperglycemia in Streptozotocininduced Diabetic Mice. Journal of Ginseng Research. 2012;36(2):153‐160 doi:10.5142/jgr.2012.36.2.153.

  13. Roxas M1, Jurenka J. Colds and influenza: a review of diagnosis and conventional, botanical, and nutritional considerations. Altern Med Rev. 2007 Mar;12(1):25‐48.

  14. J. Julián Castillo, Miguel Alcaraz, Obdulio Benavente‐García. Antioxidant and Radioprotective Effects of Olive Leaf Extract. Olives and Olive Oil in Health and Disease Prevention 2010, Pages 951–958‐0‐12‐374420‐3.00102‐9

  15. M. Motamedifar, A.A. Nekooeian, A. Moatari “The Effect of Hydroalcoholic Extract of Olive Leaves against Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1” Iranian Journal of Medical Sciences. Vol 32, No 4 (2007)

  16. Vicente Micol, Nuria Caturla, Laura Pérez‐Fons, Vicente Más, Luis Pérez, Amparo Estepa. The olive leaf extract exhibits antiviral activity against viral haemorrhagic septicaemia rhabdovirus (VHSV). Antiviral Research, Volume 66, Issues 2–3, June 2005, Pages 129‐136

  17. Zakay‐Rones Z, Thom E, Wollan T, Wadstein J. Randomized study of the efficacy and safety of oral elderberry extract in the treatment of influenza A and B virus infections. J Int Med Res. 2004 Mar‐Apr;32(2):132‐40.

  18. Emiko KINOSHITA, Kyoko HAYASHI, Hiroshi KATAYAMA, Toshimitsu HAYASHI & Akio OBATA (2014) Anti‐Influenza Virus Effects of Elderberry Juice and Its Fractions, Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, 76:9, 1633‐1638, DOI: 10.1271/bbb.120112

  19. Zichria Zakay‐Rones, Noemi Varsano, Moshe Zlotnik, Orly Manor, Liora Regev Miriam Schlesinger Madeleine Mumcuoglu. Inhibition of Several Strains of Influenza Virus in Vitro and Reduction of Symptoms by an Elderberry Extract (Sambucus nigra L.) during an Outbreak of Influenza B Panama. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary MedicineVol. 1, No. 4. Aug 2007

  20. Roxas, Mario, and Julie Jurenka. “Colds and influenza: a review of diagnosis and conventional, botanical, and nutritional considerations.” Alternative Medicine Review, Mar. 2007, p. 25+. Academic OneFile

Coming Soon – Premium Immune Support blend

We are absolutely thrilled to introduce the next product in our lineup – Premium Immune Support.
This unique blend of 16 vitamins, minerals, herbs, and antioxidants has been specially formulated to help promote and maintain maximum immune function. We’ve spent months getting the formula and weights perfect and continue to use all natural vegetarian ingredients without any synthetics or fillers.

You can learn more about the formula, and the over 40 research articles used to test and validate the product, on the Immune Support Blend page.

We expect this product to be ready in the coming weeks following safety testing and final analysis. In the meantime, let us know if you would like early notification when the product is available. We will send you a 20% discount code and more information about how to get a FREE bottle of Immune Support or our popular Monolaurin product.

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