Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Quick Defense for Cold and Flu Prevention Review

Gaia herbs quick defense is a highly effective herbal remedy which supports the body in mounting an effective defense that produces results right away.  Quick defense supports the body's rapid response to immune stressors and when taken at the onset of symptoms it normalizes the immune response.

Made with certified organic echinacea, black elderberry, ginger extract and wild-harvested andrographis. Black elderberry helps stimulate the immune system and supports the body, ginger extract supports healthy inflammatory response and andrographis supports healthy levels of immune cells in the blood. 

Echinacea used in quick defense is organically grown on the Gaia farm in Brevard, NC and harvested precisely when the isobutylamides are at their highest potency in the plant. These alkylamide fractions are immune-building, immune-stimulating and anti-inflammatory. Echinacea effectively promotes a rapid immune response to seasonal stressors, supports the respiratory system and encourages healthy drainage of the lympathic system.

Gaia herbs had sent me to review quick defense rapid relief fast acting echinacea formula. Quick defense is a softgel capsules suggested use as stated on bottle "take 2 capsules 5 times daily for 2 days at onset." Super easy to swallow and doesn't leave aftertaste nor upset stomach. This is the most wonderful product i was feeling a cold coming and taken the capsules and it really stop the start of a cold symptom right away i never seen in any over the counter cold remedies i bought had done that before.

Great fast relief to stop the start of a cold symptom you can found quick defense at http://www.gaiaherbs.com/ and store locator you can also connect with Gaia herbs social networks on Facebook and Twitter 

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this product however I did receive this product from the company or their PR agency to try and review all opinions are my own and my differ from yours. In Accordance with the FTC's 16 CFR, Part 255:"Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising