Tri-Immun Kräuterelixier

Tri-Immun Kräuterelixier

Watch your immune system

Regular price € 23,00
Quantity: 50 ml
( € 46,00 / 100 ml)
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Tri-Immun combines three powerful plants that have always been appreciated for their strengthening properties. Cat's claw has been used in the rainforest for more than 2000 years and is valued in indigenous medicine. The polyphenol-rich rockrose with a resinous scent was already processed by our ancestors into beneficial teas and used for its warming properties. Like balsam, it protects us on a spiritual level and strengthens our inner power sources. The convent tradition also uses the coneflower in many ways, especially as a natural protection for the immune system. Three power-bringers unite in this strengthening elixir and potentiate their good qualities to pass on their power to us. They strengthen the unity of body, soul and spirit, allow us to breathe deeply and develop our powers of resistance.

Food supplement – herbal preparation according to ancient monastic tradition.

Water, alcohol, cat's claw, rockrose, coneflower
5 drops 3 x daily in water or undiluted. Leave in the mouth for a longer time to improve absorption. Do not use if you have a known allergy to any of the ingredients.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Keep out of the reach of children and store at room temperature, dry and protected from sunlight. Consume after opening.

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