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Immune Defense


Anti-infection Remedy

A blend of the liquid extracts of:

* Echinacea root (Echinacea purpurea) 30%
* Spilanthes flowering herb (Spilanthes acmella) 30%
* Wild Indigo root (Baptisia tinctoria) 25%
• Myrrh tears (Commiphora abyssinica &/or molmol) 15%

* Fresh • Dried

Actions: The alkylamides from Echinacea and Spilanthes potentiate the immune system's ability to fight infections and inflammation. Wild Indigo also activates the immune system and is particularly suited to fight chronic, deep-seated infections, especially those associated with weak vitality and feeble circulation. The Myrrh serves as an excellent internal and external antiseptic.

Uses: Indicated in the treatment of internal and systemic infections of any sort (urinary tract infections, respiratory infections, etc.). Also indicated in the topical treatment of external infections and inflammation (e.g., cuts, abrasions, boils, ulcers, etc.)

Dose: Internal: Two to four times per day, take 30 to 40 drops in water.
Best taken between meals.
Topical: Apply to the affected area 2 to 4 times per day. For optimal
results also take drops internally.

Adjunct Therapy: For obstinate or protracted cases give 30 to 40 drops of Echinacea Extract with each of the above doses.

Cautions: Some infections can be a serious health threat or even life threatening. Promptly seek qualified healthcare for infections that are severe or increasing, especially if there is persistent and/or high fever. Application to open wounds may produce a stinging sensation which can be diminished by diluting drops with water before applying to open skin. Discontinue use if topical applications increase irritation.

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