Now more than ever, immune system support is key to a healthy, care-free life. Based on recent science and long-time herbal tradition, Going Viral provides unique and potent support for a healthy innate immune response against cold, flu, and other viral infections.
INGREDIENTS: Organic essential oils of hyssop linalool, melissa, cajeput, eucalyptus globulus, litsea, tea tree, cinnamon leaf, red thyme, bergamot; sunflower lecithin, colloidal silver, stevia extract, spring water, and Himalayan saturated salt solution.
STORAGE: Store your liposomal in the refrigerator. Shake before use.
DOSAGE: Unless otherwise specified by your practitioner, the standard adult dose is:
1 Tablespoon 2x/day for the first week. Increase by 1 Tablespoon each week up to 4 Tablespoons 2x/day.
- Researched and formulated by Hillary Thing, LAc.
- Medical-grade, high purity, and allergen-free ingredient standards.
- Back by science and hundred of years of traditional use.
- Honest labeling and no hidden ingredients
DISCLAIMER: This product has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. It is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease.
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