VS-C: Immune System Enhancer

vs-cVS-C combines several herbs to strengthen immune systems and fight infections from viruses and bacteria. Available in both liquid and capsule forms, VS-C contains several herbs that Traditional Chinese Medicine has used for centuries: dandelion, purslane, indigo, thlaspi, typhonium, bupleurum, cinnamon twig, scute, ginseng, and licorice.


Individually, these herbs can battle fever, inflammation, respiratory congestions, swelling, and pain and muscle aches. Together, they create a powerful immune system strengthener for people of all ages.

Naturopaths use VS-C to help prevent and treat common colds, food poisoning, dysentery, respiratory infections, common colds, and hepatitis. Some have found it helpful for HIV, typhoid fever, mono, herpes simplex virus type 1, and malaria.

“I give people VS-C when an old virus has settled into the liver,” Tina Rupp, naturopathic doctor at Natures Trail Wellness Center, says. “It gently detoxifies the liver so that the virus does not continue to resurface. I also give people VS-C when they are currently fighting a virus.”

Tina Rupp has used the supplement to help treat chronic fatigue, mono, Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, Lupus, hepatitis, and cancer. She also gives VS-C to children without vaccinations. The supplement builds their immune systems to help protect them from bacteria and viruses that commonly affect children, like chicken pox and measles. Some children also have notable improvement when they take the supplement for the common cold, sore throats, and ear infections.

“There are several antiviral supplements to choose from, but VS-C is my top choice,” Tina Rupp says.

Whether taken as a preventative measure or throughout an illness, VS-C is a basic herbal supplement that helps to strengthen immune systems of all ages. Learn more about VS-C to achieve vitality in the coming months!

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