Septilin is a unique ayurvedic treatment for various types of infection throughout the body. It is a careful blend of 7 of the strongest immuno-supportive and anti-inflammatory ayurvedic herbs designed to boost the immune system, increase the production of anti-bodies, and reduces inflammation. Through these three actions it initiates the healing process, eliminates infection, and builds up resistence, preventing future infection. Guggulu is the primary anti-inflammatory agent in this formulation. It clears away toxic accumulations that cause inflammation and and harbor infection. It breaks down these accumulations and facilitates their expulsion from the body. In addition, it also has high levels of anti-oxidant agents that eliminate highly reactive free radicals from degenerate tissues and leave them susceptible to infection. Synergizing with Guggulu, Guduchi and Manjistha purify the blood, increasing the quantity of anti-bodies present in it and also improve circulation. Manjistha reduces inflammation through its soothing effects, which dialate the blood vessels and facilitate the removal of toxins from infected regions of the body. The anti-inflammatory and detoxifying effects of these three herbs support the strong immuno-supportive actions of Amla. Amla contains high levels of Vitamin C and anti-oxidants that boost the immune system and eliminate virus and bacteria that cause infection. To offer addition nourishing support to the body, Morina, or Shigru, is included. Moringa has remarkable levels of most essential vitamins and minerals, including Vitamins A, C, D, E, and many B vitamins, as well as iron, calcium, and zinc. In addition to this, it contains all the essential amino acids necessary for tissue growth and regeneration. In this way Septilin eliminates the cause of various types of infections, reduces inflammation, invigorates the healing process and develops lasting resistence to future infection to minimize long term tissue damage.
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