SWISSE ULTIBOOST IMMUNE FORTE

KEY BENEFITS

  • Tonsillitis & Sinusitis Relief

    Andrographis helps relieve symptoms of mild tonsillitis and sinusitis, and reduces the symptoms and occurrence of the common cold.

  • Relieves Upper Respiratory Tract Infections

    Andrographis helps relieve the severity of mild viral upper respiratory tract infections.

  • Cold Symptom Relief

    Vitamin C helps reduce the duration and severity of common cold symptoms, which can include sore throat, blocked or runny nose, dry cough and mucous congestion.

  • Immune Support

    Vitamin C helps improve immune system resistance and defence.

  • Comprehensive Formula

    Also contains Echinacea, zinc and sambucus.

Full List of Ingredients

Directions

ADULT DOSAGE:

Mild tonsillitis, sinusitis & upper respiratory tract infections: 2 tablets daily.

Cold symptom relief: 2 tablets daily.

Immune support: 1 tablet daily.

Take during or immediately after a meal, or as directed by a healthcare professional.

STORAGE:

Store below 25°C. Do not use if cap seal is broken.

WARNINGS:

If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.

INGREDIENT SPOTLIGHT

Andrographis – The King of Bitters

Andrographis is a little-known herb with fantastic properties that are great to help support immune health. This wonderous herb helps relieve the severity of symptoms of mild upper respiratory tract infections and to help support immune system health.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Can this product be taken with pharmaceutical medications?

If you are currently taking pharmaceutical medications, we recommend that you consult with your Primary Healthcare Professional before consuming this product.

Is this product suitable for vegans?

Yes! This product is suitable for vegans

Is this product suitable for vegetarians?

Yes! This product is suitable for vegetarians.

Is this Ultiboost product suitable to take along with a product from the Ultivite range?

Yes! This Swisse Ultiboost product can be taken with any of the Swisse Ultivite range. However, we always recommend consulting your Primary Healthcare Professional when considering changes to your supplementary routine, particularly if you are taking pharmaceutical medication.