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Well Told Health

WellTold Stir Up Your Immunity

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Description

A teaspoon a day keeps your immune system in play.

Organic astragalus + organic chaga + organic reishi + organic lion’s mane + nothing else.

Why take it
If you want to maintain a healthy immune system.
To enhance your body’s resistance to stress and fatigue. 
To help support your immunity during cold and flu season.
If you experience fatigue on a regular basis.
If you're going through an emotionally stressful time in your life.

We source the highest quality most nourishing certified organic ingredients that we can find.

ORGANIC ASTRAGALUS (2,000 mg)
Traditionally used in Herbal Medicine to help maintain a healthy immune system and increase the body’s resistance to stress.

ORGANIC CHAGA (150 mg)
A medicinal mushroom known for its powerful immune boosting properties.

ORGANIC REISHI (150 mg)
Known for its ability to calm the mind and help the body adapt to stress. 

ORGANIC LION'S MANE (150 mg)
Has been shown to improve cognitive function and resistance to stress. 

30 servings, 2.45 g per serving.

Recommended dose
Adults: Take 1 teaspoon (2.45 g) per day. Take with food/meal to avoid digestive upset. Mix 1 teaspoon in coffee, tea or other beverage.

Cautions and warnings
Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have an autoimmune disorder.

Contraindications
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, do not use this product in cases of exterior excess, qi stagnation, damp obstruction, food stagnation, yin deficiency with heat signs, or skin lesions in their early stages or where there is a heat toxin.

Known adverse reactions
Stop use if hypersensitivity/allergy occurs.

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