Immune Boost 300 mg CBD Living
In today’s world, boosting our immune system is key to better health. Each container contains 30 servings.
CBD Living Immune Boost combines a refreshing natural citrus flavor with 100% organic US-grown Broad Spectrum CBD, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Beta-glucans, Zinc and other key nutrients to give the immune system a helping hand. Immune Boost also includes B Vitamins for natural energy. In today’s world, boosting our immune system is key to better health. Each container contains 30 servings.
1000mg of Vitamin C is a unique non-acidic nutrient with naturally occurring chelated calcium and magnesium, making it gentle on the stomach and 100% bioavailable from the moment of consumption. Our form of Vitamin C has been shown to increase intake and 24-hour retention by cells when compared to regular Vitamin C.*
Zinc and Beta-Glucans encourage the functional activity of natural killer (NK) cells to support the immune system.* It also includes B Vitamins for natural energy.
Utilizing our Proprietary Nano Technology process breaks down CBD into nanoparticles, making the CBD highly bioavailable.
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Immune Boost Benefits
* Zero sugar per serving
* Easy on sensitive stomachs
* CBD Living uses only 100% organic hemp sourced from state-licensed farms in Oregon and Colorado.
* Made in the USA
How to use CBD Living immune boost
* Add 1 scoop to 4-6 oz of water. Stir and drink. For lighter flavor, add more water, or add to your favorite beverage or shake.
* Each 7.62 oz container contains 300 mg of broad spectrum nano hemp extract CBD (approximately 30 servings)
* A typical serving (1 scoop) of CBD Living Immune Boost contains 10 mg of CBD.
* For ages 14+ only.
* * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Beneficial microorganisms which are concentrated in foods, drinks, or pills – significantly reduced the number of upper respiratory tract infections that people got and made them less severe. They also slightly reduced the use of antibiotics and led to fewer school absences.
• Keep your stress levels down. It’s a bit of a vicious cycle, of course: The more you stress about the virus, the more likely you are to suffer from it. “Stress can certainly hurt your immune system,” says Morgan Katz, an assistant professor of infectious diseases at Johns Hopkins University. “Do not panic, try to minimize stress.”
Andrew Diamond, chief medical officer of One Medical, a nationwide network of primary-care providers, says the stress hormone cortisol turns off cells in your immune system. He recommends engaging in activities that people find relaxing, such as meditation.
• Exercise. Low- and moderate-intensity exercise naturally lowers cortisol levels and helps with immune-system function, says Dr. Diamond. One Medical recommends 30 to 60 minutes of exercise a day. If you’re apprehensive about germs in the gym, walk or run outside.
But it is important not to go overboard. A recent study found high-performance athletes have an increased risk of infection, says Elizabeth Bradley, medical director of the Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Functional Medicine. “Exercise helps boost the immune system, but we have to be careful not to overexercise because it can weaken your immune system,” she says.
• Get adequate sleep. For adults, that means getting seven to eight hours of sleep a night. Children should get more, depending on their age.
• Make sure your vaccines are up-to-date, especially the flu vaccine.
• Eat plenty of plain yogurt every day. “It’s really an easy way to boost your probiotics and help support your microbiome,” Dr. Katz says. “It helps to support the good bacteria that live in your body, which help to fight bad bacteria or viruses.”
Dr. Katz also suggests avoiding antibiotics unless you must take them because they deplete the good bacteria in the system, leaving you more vulnerable to other infections.
Other foods that can help support the microbiome include garlic, onion, ginger, sauerkraut and fermented foods, says Dr. Bradley.
• Watch your diet. Stick to a healthful, balanced diet filled with lots of colorful fruits and vegetables to ensure you’re getting enough zinc and vitamin D and other important vitamins and minerals. Most experts say you should be able to get enough of these vitamins and minerals through your diet, and extra supplementation isn’t necessary. But because vitamin D deficiency is relatively common, experts do recommend supplementation if levels are low.
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Some doctors recommends eating lots of dark green, leafy vegetables and berries, as well as nuts and seeds, and to minimize foods with sugar and trans fats, which aren’t as nutrient-dense.
Your immune system needs fuel, so avoid ultralow-carbohydrate diets, experts say. In addition, drink lots of water and reduce alcohol consumption, which can disrupt your sleep.
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