DEFENSE for the immune system

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Το support the immune system we have created a combination that will tingle your taste buds. With carefully selected adaptogen herbs that protect the body, reinforce the immune system and also help in cases of respiratory system inflammations.  Herbs added are also rich in antioxidants, vitamin C and flavonoids, making a Moly Defence cup of tea quick to assist in boosting the immune system, while fighting inflammation.


Pennyroyal , rich in phenols and flavanoids , offers the body antioxidant and mild protective action against a number of invaders: some specific microbes, funghi and certain viruses. At the same time, during an inflammation, it offers mild anti-inflammatory and antibiotic action is used, traditionally, against fevers. 


Mongolian milkvetch has adaptogenic action on the immune system, strengthening the system’s defences against common colds and viruses. Beneficial especially to systems affected by chronic virus-related inflammation and in which the immune system is low.


The Reishi (or Lingzhi) mushroom also has adaptogenic action on the immune system. It particularly helps  in balancing a system with a weak immune system. Reishi has powerful anti-inflammatory and and anti-microbial action and is especially useful when there is infammation of the respiritory tract. Finally, it helps boost the immune system and lower physical stress factors.


Ginger or root of ginger strengthens the immune system in both preventing and fighting inflammation of the respiratory tract. At the same time, it boosts the peripheral vascular system and alleviates feelings of dizziness or levitation observed in inflammation of the upper respiritory tract.


Roselle flowers offer Vitamin C in high concentration, as well as a number of antioxidants and flavonoids, which all help boost the immune system. It is also used as a flavour booster.


Liquorice is added as a flavour booster. However, at the same time, it offers extra emollient and anti-inflammatory action in cases where inflammation of the immune system compromises mucus-producing cells..

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