Don't let infections get you down this winter.....Intervene Herbal is a revolutionary blend of more than 25 botanical extracts with the unique ability to kill viruses, bacteria, fungus, parasites. Intervene Herbal also fights cancer & removes the toxins we are exposed to on a daily basis!
Intervene Herbal is a really powerful nutritional supplement and has cured many of infections and other illnesses which they previously could not overcome.
Regular / Yellow Range can assist with:Acne & Pimples, Alkalinity, Allergies, Anti-viral & Anti-bacterial, Arthritis, Asthma, Autoimmune Disease (Psoriasis), Back pain, Bilharzia, Bladder infection, Blood infection, Candida, Chlamydia, Cold sores, Colds, Detoxification, Diabetes, Eczema, Emphysema, Flu, Fungal killer, Glaucoma, Gout, Gum Ulcers, Heart disease, Hepatitis, Herpes, High blood pressure, Immune Booster, Infections, Inflammation, Joint pain, Kidney infection, Liver disease, Liver function, Malaria, Mouth Sores, Mouth Ulcers, Parkinson's, pH Balance, Prostate, Psoriasis, RLS (Restless Legs syndrome), Scarring, Septic Ulcers, Sinusitis, Skin Blemishes, Skin infections, Skin rashes, Sores, Spider Bites, STD's (All types), Swelling, TB, Ulcers (mouth), Ulcers (Stomach), Urinary Infection, Viral infections, Yeast infection.
Purple vs. Yellow Range (which one to get):Our purple (Premium) range was developed for people with extremely serious illnesses such as Cancer, HIV / AIDs, long standing infections in critical organs (Infections that have been there for years), etc. Under these circumstances we recommend the purple range.
However, for most people the yellow range is what we recommend as it is very powerful and more cost effective.
We all know that boosting our immune systems prevents us from getting sick. But how does it actually work, and what does the immune system actually consist of?How does the immune system work?
The immune system has a vital role: It protects your body from harmful substances, germs and cell changes that could make you ill. It is made up of various organs, cells and proteins.
As long as your immune system is running smoothly, you don’t notice that it’s there. But if it stops working properly – because it’s weak or can't fight particularly aggressive germs – you get ill. Germs that your body has never encountered before are also likely to make you ill. Some germs will only make you ill the first time you come into contact with them. These include childhood diseases like chickenpox.
What are the main tasks of the immune system?
Without an immune system, we would have no way to fight harmful things that enter our body from the outside or harmful changes that occur inside our body. The main tasks of the body’s immune system are to fight disease-causing germs (pathogens) like bacteria, viruses, parasites or fungi, and to remove them from the body, to recognize and neutralize harmful substances from the environment, and to fight disease-causing changes in the body, such as cancer cells.
What are some surprising facts about the immune system?
1. Our immune system remembers every microbe it has ever fought and defeated. This means that if a microbe enters the body for a second time, the immune system has a stored record that enables it to quickly recognize and fend off the microbe before it has the chance to infect you.
2. The immune system is made up of two different systems: the innate immune system and the adaptive immune system. The innate immune system is a component that every person is born with and the adaptive immune system is a component that the body develops after being exposed to microbes and the chemicals released by microbes.
3. Getting a fever means that your immune system is working. A rise in body temperature is a commune immune response that your immune system may deploy to kill certain microbes and trigger your body’s repair process.
4. The immune system doesn’t have one centralized location in the body like the heart or the brain. Instead, the cells that make up the immune system are produced in organs throughout the body including the tonsils, lymph nodes, spleen, bone marrow and adenoids.
5. Are you cursed with a runny nose and itchy eyes every spring? Food allergies, allergic reactions to medications and stinging insects, anaphylaxis, hay fever, asthma, hives, dermatitis and eczema are all symptoms of immune system overactivity.
6. Our immune system also becomes weaker as we age, as immune system tissues begin to shrink and our white blood cell count and activity starts to decline.
The key to healthy immune system? Gut bacteria!
The human body is home to trillions of bacteria, which outnumber our own cells 10 to 1. In the gastrointestinal tract, these microbes are often beneficial, helping with digestion and synthesizing vitamins B and K. But research has also shown that our gut bacteria help our immune system and keep us healthy in various ways.
For example, the beneficial bacteria prevent disease-causing bacteria from taking root in our epithelial and mucosal tissues. These bacteria also train the immune system to better distinguish between disease-causing pathogens and harmless antigens, which may help prevent the development of allergies.
The bacteria also produce useful antibodies and trigger the expression of intestinal proteins, which cause the immune system to repair internal injuries.
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