True Blue Immunity
Contains 50 macro & micro nutrients per serve
This blend supports and strengthens overall immunity, balances stress, and boosts energy.
Our Immunity blend combines wild harvested and organic Australian Native ingredients Kakadu Plum, Centipeda and Finger Lime to provide the highest natural source of Vitamin C on the market at 400mg per serve (888% RDI). Per serve it also boasts 800IU of natural vegan Vitamin D3 (400% RDI), stacked with 10mg of natural bio available zinc (100% RDI), potent antioxidants and Vitamin A.
What it does
Our true-blue immunity blend is scientifically formulated by our team of naturopaths, nutritionists and food scientists to harness the power of Australian native plants including Kakadu Plum, Centipeda and Finger Lime.
Boasting the world’s highest source of naturally occurring Vitamin C. This expertly formulated blend contains Vitamin C, Vitamin A, zinc, prebiotics and Vitamin D. These nutrients work synergistically together to support a strong healthy immune system reducing frequency of colds and flus, builds connective tissue and supports collagen formulation for healthy skin, counterbalances the stresses of everyday life by supporting a healthy stress response, quenches inflammation to fight free radicals and boosts energy.
This power pack of immune boosting nutrients may also play a role in improving gum health, wound healing and easy bruising.
NATURE IS YOUR MEDICINE. CONSUME IT.
Native Australian benefits
The Kakadu Plum is the hero of Australian superfoods boasting the highest natural Vitamin C content in the world. Kakadu Plum is the most bioavailable Vitamin C on the market and is known to have up to 100 times the Vitamin C content of oranges. Vitamin C has been scientifically proven to enhance white blood cell activity and production of immune-mediating chemicals.
Alongside Vitamin C, Kakadu Plum is rich in ellagic and gallic acids which boosts incredible anti-inflammatory properties as well as powerful antioxidants which help to fight free radicals caused by everyday stressors, sugar, processed foods, alcohol and an unbalanced lifestyle.
An Australian native Centipeda Cunninghamii known as ‘Old Man Weed’. It works to minimise inflammation and promote cell regeneration. Centipeda Cunninghamii is a potent anti-inflammatory, rich in antioxidants such as terpenoids, phenolic acid, chlorogenic acid, tryptophan and lignin which helps strengthen your immune system.
Rich sources of Vitamin C, E, folate and potassium. Due to its antioxidant and Vitamin C content, finger limes are great to help increase immunity to infections.
Australian Native Ingredients:
- Kakadu Plum*, Centipeda Cunninghamii*, Finger Lime*
Australian Natural Ingredients:
- Blood Orange Juice powder*, Mango powder*, Sweet Potato powder*, Green Banana Powder*
Other natural ingredients
- Inulin*, Acerola cherry*, Elderberry juice powder*, Pumpkin seed powder*, Natural Vitamin D3 from Lichen*.
Organic/ Wild Harvested Ingredients*
How to use
Adults 12 years+
Take 1 teaspoon (4g) daily in water, juice or smoothie. Stir Well.
For adults in acute phase of sickness you can take twice daily for up to 3 days.
Capsules - take 3 daily or 6 daily for up to first 3 days in acute phase of sickness.
Children 1year -4years
Take 1/4 teaspoon (1g) daily.
Children 5years - 11years
Take 1/2 teaspoon (2g) daily.
**Total serves per pouch = 25
**Taste is closer to neutral, with a slightly tart taste of wholefood mixed berry and dark pink in colour**
All our blends go through rigorous 3rd party testing by a certified TGA lab to ensure potency and purity. Our blends get tested for heavy metals, mould and microbes, vitamin content, antioxidant count & probiotic count.
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If you love to nerd out on all thing’s science, then you’ve come to the right place. Vitamin C is the hero ingredient in our immunity blend. Here you can read all the research on all the benefits of the ingredients we have used. Don’t just take our word for it.
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