Immune C & D3 Vegetarian Capsules 180 Ct

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Immune C & D3 Vegetarian Capsules 180 Ct

Immune C & D3 Vegetarian Capsules 180 Ct

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Supports Healthy Immune Function.*
Supports Respiratory Health.*
Supports Bone and Joint Health.*

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Highlights

Research-Based Unique Formulation of Potent Antioxidants.*
Contains High Strength Vitamin C & D3.
Zinc as Zinc Mono Methionine Chelate for Superior Absorption.*
Easy-to-Swallow Capsules Suitable for Vegetarians.
Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, Dairy-Free, and Third-party Tested.
Formulated, Tested, and Packed in the USA.
Formulated according to current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).

Suggested Usage

Take 3 capsules a day with food and water or as suggested by your health care professional.

Ingredients

Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid), Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol), Zinc (as Zinc Mono Methionine), Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata)(Herb) Extract, Turmeric (Curcuma longa) (Root) Powder, Turmeric (Curcuma longa)(Root) Extract, Ginger (Zingiber officinale)(Root) Extract.
Other Ingredients: Vegetable Cellulose Capsule, Magnesium Stearate.

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    Vegetarian

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Why Our Immune C & D3 Formulation?​

Caring your immune system is essential for maintaining overall wellness, as it serves as the protectant. The modern world’s unhealthy lifestyle like an imbalanced diet, irregular exercise, insufficient sleep, lack of sunlight exposure, etc., may impact on immune and overall wellness. Considering a quality supplement that combines the benefits of botanicals, vitamins, and minerals is a wise choice to support your healthy lifestyle.* At Sandhus, we formulated a research-based unique blend that combines the goodness of vitamin C, vitamin D3 (5000 IU),zinc (as zinc mono methionine), kalmegh, ginger root extract, turmeric root powder and extracts to support healthy living.* ​

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Science behind the formulation?​

This potent antioxidant formula supports neutralize free radicals and ease oxidative stress, helps maintain a healthy immune system.*(1–13) Kalmegh helps regulate the excess mucus clearance and supports respiratory health.*(2, 13)Vitamin D3 supports the integrity of bones by helping calcium absorption.*(14)Furthermore, curcumin is the main component of turmeric renowned for its ability to support normal joint mobility, flexibility, and overall bone health.*(15, 16)Vitamin D3,ginger, and turmeric work together to support a healthy metabolism and maintains circulatory health and healthy weight management.*(17-21)​

Key Product Features and Benefits

  • Proactive antioxidant formula*
  • Supports immune and respiratory health*
  • Helps revitalize; promotes overall health and wellness*
  • Easy to swallow vegetarian capsules, for maximum absorption.
  • Suitable for vegetarian and vegan use.
Immune C & D3; is a proactive antioxidant formula that combines the benefits of ingredients (Kalmegh, Turmeric, Ginger, Zinc, Vitamin C and D3) revered traditionally to support immune and respiratory health*
 

Caring for your immune health!

Many botanicals, vitamins and minerals have been studied for their renowned benefits on immune health. Nutrient dense Kalmegh (Andrographis Paniculata) and Turmeric are known to help bolster a healthy immune response and promote respiratory health. Kalmegh is said to act as a natural immune-booster and has been used extensively in traditional medicine for its ability to support respiratory health, while turmeric is known to help nourish and provide active immune support for the body's key immune system functions. Antioxidant rich immune Boosters such as Vitamin C, D3 and Zinc also help promote antioxidant activity and help revitalize the body. Adding these herbs and nutrients as a part of your regular dietary routine, can help nourish and bolster immune health*
 

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Science Based Nutrition: Inspired by nature, we continue to innovate and deliver an exceptionally pure line of science-based nutritional supplements, whose safety, efficacy and potency is guaranteed in every serving.

Third Party Tested: All our ingredients and finished products, undergo rigorous testing by specialized third party laboratories to guarantee purity, potency and quality.

Quality you can Trust: All our products are encapsulated, bottled and tested in the USA at our own state-of-the-art FDA registered, NSF certified, GMP-complaint manufacturing facility located in California.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Kalmegh?

Kalmegh, also known as Andrographis paniculata, is a ayurvedic herb native to South Asia. It is often used to support immune health, healthy digestion, respiratory health, and support liver health.*

What are the dietary sources of Vitamin D3?

Dietary sources of Vitamin D3 include fatty fish (such as salmon and mackerel), dairy products, egg yolks, and certain mushrooms. However, it can be challenging to obtain adequate amounts of Vitamin D3 through diet alone.

Are there any specific dietary considerations when taking this immune supplement?

No, there are no specific dietary considerations when taking this immune supplement. It's generally recommended to maintain a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole foods.

How long does it take for Immune C & D3 supplement to work?

The time taken to notice the benefits may vary among individuals from a few days to a few weeks. However, regular and consistent use of Immune C & D3 supplement can help support and strengthen the immune system over time.

Can pregnant or nursing women take this supplement?

It is recommended that pregnant or nursing women consult with their healthcare provider before taking any dietary supplements, including this supplement, to ensure safety and appropriateness for their specific situation.

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