The ultimate immune booster, with a blend of powerful herbs and nutrients to target symptoms of the common cold and mild upper respiratory tract infections.
ArmaForce is a comprehensive formula combining the herbal and nutritional ingredients andrographis, echinacea, olive leaf, vitamin C and zinc. It has been scientifically formulated to provide relief of symptoms and decrease the duration of upper respiratory tract infections and colds. ArmaForce supplies nutritional support for healthy immune function.Serving Type: Tablet
|Herbal extracts equiv. to dry:|
|Andrographis paniculata andrographis||2.5g|
|equiv. to andrographolide||62.5mg|
|Olea europaea olive||750mg|
|equiv. to oleuropein||30mg|
|Echinacea purpurea echinacea||750mg|
|Ascorbic acid vitamin C||250mg|
|Zinc as amino acid chelate||5mg|
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