The Immune System does not know the name of any sickness or disease. In today’s society it seems like we are confronted with ever increasing health issues and are more vulnerable to them. Dr. Margaret Chan, Director General of the World Health Organization, speaking at a conference in Copenhagen, said antibiotic resistance could bring about “the end of modern medicine as we know it”.
Unfortunately we have become accustomed to treating the health effects, overlooking the health cause, which usually is a compromised Immune System. This can occur through our diet, environment, life style, injury, disease or infection. The purpose of the Immune System is to keep microorganism such as viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites out of the body and destroy infectious microorganism that invade the body. The Immune System is a complex network of cells and organs that protect the body from infection. Lymphoid organs play a role in the production and activation of lymphocytes. Lymphocytes both B & T cells are two major groups which recognize and attack infectious microorganisms. Natural Immunity is created by the body’s natural barriers skin, mouth, urinary track and eye surface. Another is in the form of antibodies passed from mother to child. Acquired Immunity develops when antigens enter the body. The Immune System recognizes these intruders and produces antibodies to fight future intruders. This minor overview of an amazing interconnected Immune System demonstrates the vital necessity in maintaining a healthy immune system.
In the surfactant family there are over 5,000 products. These products are usually organic compounds that reduce the surface tension. This is called Interfacial Tension as between two liquids or a liquid and a solid. Hydrogen Bonding occurs both in Inorganic molecules such as water which is polar with positive and negative ends and Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic organic molecules such as proteins.
Surface tension is a measurement of the attraction molecules have for each other. The attraction force pulls fluids into a shape with the smallest surface area. This is why drops of water on a flat surface are round and beaded rather than flat. If the surface tension is lowered, the attraction among molecules of the fluid is decreased and the surface area of the fluid flattens out and increases. Example: If a drop of IMMUSIST™ is added to a drop of water, this fluid flattens out making water wetter and accelerating absorption. This is the same type of principle that can take place at a cellular level in the body
What is IMMUSIST? (Pronounced im-u-sist)
IMMUSIST™ is a Proprietary blend of Surfactants. It was formulated by blending certain surfactants with characteristics such as Antivirals, Antifungals, Antioxidants and Antibacterials that can reduce surface tension, reduce inflammation while hydrating and oxygenating the cells. This unique formula which is not a drug, medicine or dietary supplement has its own molecular foot print that is called IMMUSIST™.
Though Research, Development and Life Experiences IMMUSIST™ has shown the benefits of Surfactant Wellness™ in the Immune Systems. That’s why all age groups children, adults and seniors use IMMUSIST™ Beverage Concentrate, the Clear Choice for Immune Systems.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does IMMUSIST™ need to be refrigerated?
No. IMMUSIST™ does not need to be refrigerated before or after opening.
How do I store IMMUSIST™?
Avoid direct sun light and excessive heat
Is IMMUSIST™ a drug, medicine or dietary supplement?
No. IMMUSIST™ is considered a Beverage Concentrate.
Is IMMUSIST™ manufactured in the U.S.?
Is there any caffeine in IMMUSIST™?
Is there any gluten in IMMUSIST™?
Are there any known allergic reactions with IMMUSIST™?
In over 23 years, none have been known or reported.
What kinds of liquids can I use with IMMUSIST™ beverage concentrate?
16 drops of IMMUSIST™ in a glass of water or juice of choice (8 oz. liquid minimum)
Do I have to take IMMUSIST™ with meals?
No, you do not have to take with food
How long will a bottle of IMMUSIST™ last?
Beverage Directions – Adults: 16 drops in water or juice daily. There are 720 drops in a 1/2 oz. bottle and 1440 drops in a 1 oz. bottle. At 16 drops per day, a 1/2 oz. bottle will 1 and a half months and a 1 oz. bottle will last 3 months. Children: One half of Adult serving.
What are Surfactants?
The name surfactant is a generic name for a family of over 5,000 products. IMMUSIST™ is a formulated blend of certain surfactants that reduce surface tension while hydrating and oxygenating the cells. The human body cannot live without surfactants. At about six months into gestation the body starts to produce surfactants. During one’s life time, sickness, disease and pain can compromise this process. IMMUSIST™ surfactant blends assist the immune system.
Can you take Immusist with prescription medications?
It is recommended to take Immusist at least 2 hours away from prescription medications.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.