The Breakdown: Liquid Armour
Liquid Armour is a fiery formula with immunity-boosting Reishi Mushroom, Astragalus and Manuka Honey to provide year-round protection for your immune system especially if you're frequently exposed to crowded, public spaces.
Astragalus is an adaptogenic herb (the root is used in medicine) with an extensive history in Traditional Chinese Medicine as the most used herb in China. It is a key herb in building immunity and speeding up recovery from illness. (Warning: astragalus may be contraindicated with autoimmune disorders.)
Reishi Mushroom is dubbed Queen of Mushrooms and has a long history of promoting health and longevity. Reishi is a powerful immunity booster as it increases production of macrophages, T cells and Natural Killer cells which destroys bacterium and viruses attacking the body.
Osha is a flowering plant with roots containing antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties. It is great for treating viral respiratory conditions like flus, colds, pneumonia, sinus infections, bronchitis, sore throats, and coughs.
Rose hips have high levels of vitamins A and E, and polyphenols which are micronutrients that protect the body's tissues against inflammation.
Manuka honey UMF 10+ is rich in antibacterial and antiviral activity which creates a layer of protection when bacterial and viral invaders try to infect your body.
Brandy not only makes our tinctures tasty, it's shown to possess its own immune-boosting properties from its high levels of antioxidants. Bottoms up!
Shake vigorously to loosen any sediments that may have settled. Start with 1-2 dropperfuls distributed under the tongue and repeat 3 times a day. Herbs need time to acquaint themselves with your body so we suggest daily use as a preventative method against colds and flus.
If you’re pregnant or nursing, add tincture to hot tea or water so the alcohol evaporates.
Consult your healthcare provider prior to use if you are pregnant.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product does not intend to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease.