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Ingredients shown to 


  • Decrease Viral Replication
  • Improve Immune Response
  • Reduce Viral Load


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  • Viral Defense contains three ingredients that have been shown in studies to significantly reduce viral proliferation. This effect was shown to reduce the viral load for some viruses and minimize the amount of infection the body is forced to fight.  The first of these ingredients is juglone from black walnut hulls. This ingredient has been studied for years and shown to be effective in reducing the severity of several viruses, as well as being antifungal, antiparasitic, and antibacterial. Viral Defense also contains cinchona bark containing natural quinine. Quinine is known for its use as an antiparasitic compound in the treatment of malaria, but has also been shown to have antiviral properties. MCT oil, an ingredient in Viral Defense, has been shown to be effective in studies at reducing viral infection and is currently being studied in the Philippines as an antiviral agent against the Novel Coronavirus. Juglone and quinine have also shown positive results in recent studies against SARS-CoV-2. Viral Defense includes many other specific ingredients that have been shown in studies to positively impact the immune system, such as vitamin D3, vitamin C, zinc, glutathione, and elderberry extract. Fat soluble versions of these ingredients are used where possible to be delivered and available in the lymphatic system where many of the immune functions are initiated.



    Due to the nature and potency of this product , taking it for longer than the recommended 8 weeks without a 4 week break, could result in stress or potential damage to the liver and kidneys




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