Take on pathogens like borrelia burgdorferi with a new powerful plant combination. This mix of 21 traditional herbs is designed to enhance your immune function and elevate your ability to detox. It is a fast-absorbing liquid that allows you to control dosing based on your needs. Boost your body with IS-BORR today!
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IS-BORR is the newest, most versatile tool to target Lyme-causing bacteria like Borrelia Burgdorferi.
Dr. Todd Watts
Provides antioxidants while targeting pathogens systemically, helping enable your immune system to function optimally while improving energy levels
A liquid format allows maximum control overdosing, so you can move up in dose as you feel comfortable
Specifically chosen herbs that encourage your body to release and remove toxins that pathogens have generated in your tissues and organs
You know that pathogens like to hide deep in your tissues. They hide from your immune system and throw a wrench into your detox pathways. IS-BORR is a new way to address both of these issues. The herbs in this liquid formula work synergistically to boost your immune system function. They also work together to kickstart detoxification that may have stalled because of infection. Their anti-viral and anti-parasitic properties act in concert to reduce inflammation and lower parasitic load. This team of 21 herbs provides potent antioxidants to neutralize free radicals, giving your body the environment it needs to restore optimal health. Because IS-BORR is a liquid, it is easy to take and you can work your way up in dose as you feel the need to.
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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