The 4 Best Herbs To Boost Immunity



When’s the last time you truly felt stress-free?


Psychological and physiological stressors never seem to slow down, leaving your immune system susceptible to all kinds of harmful pathogens.


Great news, though! You can build your defense against colds, illnesses, and everything trying to slow you down.


Herbs are extremely powerful allies to your health and immune system. What better way to support your health than the natural way? Unlike medications, herbal remedies are non-toxic and have little to no side effects.


Here are the four best herbs to build your immune system:


1. Chaga (Inonotus obliquus)


Want to know why Chaga is referred to as “Diamond of the Forest” by the Japanese and a “Gift from God” by the Siberians?


Laboratory-based studies have celebrated Chaga for its anti-cancer activity, anti-tumor, and detoxifying properties. A potent & powerful immunomodulator and a strong enhancer of physical and mental well-being, Chaga can help you ward off harmful pathogens thanks to being naturally anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and rich in beta glucans, triterpenes & antioxidants.


Not only is Chaga one of the world’s highest gram per gram source of antioxidants, it’s also the most adaptogenic substance on earth according to extensive Russian studies into adaptogens. Chaga is a strong enhancer of physical and mental well-being.


2. Asian Ginseng (Panax Ginseng)


One of the most popular herbs is a perennial root that grows in the mountains of East Asia called Asian Ginseng. This immensely powerful adaptogen helps protect the body from oxidative stress and environmental toxins. It is also used to help increase stamina, energy, libido, brain function, mood, cardiovascular efficacy and more.


The tremendous immunity-boosting power of Ginseng against cancer, autoimmune diseases, viral and bacterial infections have been compiled in a multitude of studies. Results of a case study of 501 men and women found better quality of life measures (health, energy, sleep, sex life, social functioning, and well-being) in those taking Asian Ginseng.

3. Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea)


Echinacea is a purple herbal flowering plant extract that is widely used for immune support all around the world. It works by stimulating the immune system to produce natural killer cells.


Echinacea is an effective remedy against bacterial and viral attacks. It is particularly useful against colds, flus, infections of the upper respiratory tract, strep throat, tonsillitis, as well as septicemia, tumors, boils, skin eruptions, wounds and arthritis.


A recent meta-analysis concluded that Echinacea reduces the risk of recurrent respiratory tract infections and complications, as well as reduce the risk for a cold up to 35 percent. Further research shows that Echinacea may help shorten the length & severity of colds, as well as upper respiratory infections. It can also help reduce any nervousness and stress you may have!


4. Elderberry (Sambucus nigra)


Elderberry is one of nature’s most potent immune boosting ingredients. It exhibits medicinal properties and bioactive compounds that provide therapy for a number of diseases. Elderberry is anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and aids in counteracting oxidative stress.


Research has found that those who take Elderberry reported a significant reduction of cold duration and severity in air travelers. Elderberry can greatly affect the course of disease as it is a naturally powerful antioxidant that helps tame inflammation, lessen stress, reduce blood pressure, and lower the presence of glucose in your blood.


Furthermore, Elderberry is an extremely beneficial herb if you live an active life as it also supports healthy inflammation post-exercise to aid in your recovery process.


All You Need To Know


The research shows that these four herbs can:


+ Protect you from bacterial and viral infections


+ Enhance the quality of your life


+ Improve your mental health


+ Fight cancer & tumor growth


+ Combat nervousness & stress


Sourcing all four of these powerful herbs individually would cost a pretty penny. Jua Herbs provides a simple all-in-one solution of herbal capsules in IMMUNITY. Unlike other supplements, Jua uses the researched optimal dose of each herb in one formula to maximize benefits for you.


Don’t let your immune system do it alone. It’s constantly fighting the good fight every minute of every hour. Take advantage of the immense benefits of these four herbs today.



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Riaz, Muhammad, et al. “Ginseng: A Dietary Supplement as Immune-Modulator in Various Diseases.” 2018 November. TRENDS IN FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, vol. 83, pp. 12–30. EBSCOhost.

Schapowal, Andreas, et al. “Echinacea Reduces the Risk of Recurrent Respiratory Tract Infections and Complications: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials.” 2015 March. Advances in Therapy 32(3).

Sidor, Andrzej, and Anna Gramza-Michałowska. “Advanced Research on the Antioxidant and Health Benefit of Elderberry (Sambucus Nigra) in Food – a Review.” 2015 October. Journal of Functional Foods, vol. 18, no. Part B, pp. 941–958.

Tiralongo, Evelin, et al. “Elderberry Supplementation Reduces Cold Duration and Symptoms in Air-Travelers: A Randomized, Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial” 2016 Mar 24. PubMed Central.


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