IS-BOOST introduces a blend of 12 herbs, including cilantro, dandelion, and oregano. These ingredients have been carefully selected to nurture and support the body’s essential functions, including cellular health, energy production, and a healthy response to unwanted elements. As a concentrated tincture, it’s recommended to start with a low dose and work your way up as your body adjusts.
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Provides antioxidants to neutralize oxidative stress while offering phytochemicals with parasite combatting properties
Promotes liver function and detoxification
Improved Joint Health
Specifically selected herbs help lower inflammation and protect joints
Sometimes your health regime needs a fresh way to push you forward--a new way to enhance detox. That push is what IS-BOOST provides. It enhances and supports what you are already doing, taking you to the next level in your healing journey. IS-BOOST is a combination of 14 herbs that provide strong antioxidants to fight free radicals, spark liver function, and lower inflammation. IS-BOOST is a liquid, making it easy to take while keeping you in control of dosing.
Your healing journey can be a long and winding road. By focusing on products that support the body and immune system, you can ensure that your body has what it needs to function optimally. IS-BOOST introduces herbs that create an inhospitable environment for parasites and pathogens. Have you taken the CellCore Biosciences Protocol and need an additional push to get you to your next layer of healing? IS-BOOST is a great addition to your current protocol.
Take 1-2 dropper (1-2 mL) two times daily
Take up to 4 dropper (4 mL) two times daily
Reduce dosage to 10 drops once daily. Cycle the product 3-4 days on and 3-4 days off.
Toddler Under 50 lbs.
Take 5-10 drops twice daily in the morning and evening.
Child Between 50 - 125 lbs
Take 1 dropper (1 mL) twice daily in the morning and evening.
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Walnut hulls have significant antioxidant capacity and studies show that it helps inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria. They also promote the removal of uric acid from the body.
Some studies suggest they may also help remove heavy metals.
This North American herb contains phytochemicals that help lower inflammation and reduce oxidative stress. It has anti-parasitic properties and studies show it may help to prevent viruses from replicating.
This green herb is full of powerful phytochemicals. Research suggests that cilantro is anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial. It may reduce pain, anxiety and blood sugar levels.
Dandelion root encourages bile flow and promotes liver health. It helps defend against pathogens as an antimicrobial.
This plant is native to Asia and is used as a flavoring because of its sour taste. It is a rich source of resveratrol, which is known to improve immune function. It also helps lower inflammation and is a potent antioxidant. Recent studies show it may help protect the brain.
Licorice root helps boost detox and the production of mitochondria. It helps to lower inflammation, reduce joint pain, and combat pathogens.
This strong herb has potent antibacterial and antimicrobial activity. Studies show that it may help break up biofilm to promote wound healing. It also has anti-inflammatory properties.
This shrub contains berberine, which protects the liver, calms inflammation, and fights parasites as well as bacteria.
This bark has shown to help reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation. It is antimicrobial, antifungal, and is a diuretic.
The extracts of this bark may stimulate digestion and bile flow. It may also lower inflammation and offer protection from damaging toxins.
Also known as “Brazilian ginseng,” this root is known as an adaptogen and is prized in traditional medicine for its many benefits. It’s used to lower inflammation and stress while increasing energy. Suma root is also known to be used for gut health.