Immune Health Supplement
ImmuniPrime™ - Healthy Immune System Support Supplement
ImmuniPrime™ - Healthy Immune System Support Supplement
ImmuniPrime™ - Healthy Immune System Support Supplement
ImmuniPrime™ - Healthy Immune System Support Supplement
Immune Health Supplement
ImmuniPrime™ - Healthy Immune System Support Supplement
ImmuniPrime™ - Healthy Immune System Support Supplement
ImmuniPrime™ - Healthy Immune System Support Supplement
ImmuniPrime™ - Healthy Immune System Support Supplement

ImmuniPrime™
Healthy Immune System Support Supplement

Supports overall immune system health

$10.99

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Description

ImmuniPrime™ is an all-in-one immune support pill that actually works!

This one-of-a-kind supplement provides you with large doses of the most effective natural ingredients shown to support: 

  • Overall immune system health
  • Boosts upper respiratory tract defenses
  • Healthy T-cell immunity

Unleash the natural potential of your immune system with ImmuniPrime™. Use it to give your immune system the support it needs to stay healthy, happy and active!



"I really like this product. Me and my family use it faithfully every time someone starts to feel sick and we are never sick for long. I really like the ingredients in it."

- B. Harper

Fast Immune Support When You Need It Most

ImmuniPrime™ is the most effective immune support supplement available.

This unique blend naturally bolsters your body’s defense mechanisms and gives it the support it needs - fast.

It contains a unique blend of powerful, ingredients known to boost your upper respiratory tract defenses, reinforcing your overall immune system for future threats.

Stop taking random vitamins and immune pills that don’t work when you’re sick. Use ImmuniPrime™ to bolster your defenses and tap into the maximum potential of your immune system the natural way!

ImmuniPrime™ - Healthy Immune System Support Supplement

Powerful Super Herbs Shown To Support Your Overall Immune System Health

Unlike other so-called “immunity-boosters”, ImmuniPrime™ uses powerful natural ingredients backed by science to get you results! 

It contains exceptionally high doses of known superherbs that support your immune system. Each capsule contains: 

  • Andrographis Paniculata & Echinacea Purpurea: the best herbs when you want to boost your immunity, bar none. Extra powerful when combined with Siberian Ginseng (or Eleutherococcus Senticosus) - as in ImmuniPrime™.
  • Garlic: a wonder vegetable known for its wide range of health benefits, shown to support a healthy immune system.
  • Astragalus Membranaceus root & Vitamin E: essential nutrients shown to support healthy T-cell immunity
  • Pelargonium Sidoides: a plant known to be highly effective for people wanting to boost their immune defensesGanoderma Lucidum (or Reishi mushroom): has a variety of effects, all focused on supporting your immune system.
  • Nigella Sativa (or Black Cumin): a spice containing a powerful bioactive that supports the health of your immune system. 

There’s no doubt about it: ImmuniPrime™ is the most powerful all-in-one immune system support pill on the market!

ImmuniPrime™ - Healthy Immune System Support Supplement

Safe & Effective

VitaMonk's products are formulated by licensed doctors and manufactured in state-of-the-art facilities following strict GMP compliance standards.

We go to great lengths to make sure our supplements meet the highest safety standards. When you use our supplements, you KNOW that you’ll only get the highest quality ingredients that have the most scientific backing to help you get results.

ImmuniPrime™ - Healthy Immune System Support Supplement

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We are so confident that you'll love this product that it comes with a 100% money back guarantee. If for any reason you’re not completely satisfied with this supplement after using it, just let us know.

FAQ

Scientific References & Further Reading

Immune Support: The Importance of Maintaining a Healthy Immune system

The main role of the immune system is to protect the body from illnesses and infections. The system is able to detect the presence of, and respond to, foreign infectious agents attacking the body such as pathogens, worms, and viruses. As the body is under constant attack from foreign bodies it is important to maintain a healthy immune system to be able to respond quickly and effectively to these attacks.

The immune system consists a network of cells, tissues, and organs. It can be organized into two main components: the innate immune system, and the adaptive immune system. 

The immune system can thought of as having a layered defense system. For example physical barriers such as the skin can stop most bacteria and infections from entering the body in the first place. 

If these surface barrier defenses are breached then the innate immune system is able to respond immediately to infectious attacks in a non-specific manner.

The innate system generally works by identifying microbes through the use of pattern recognition receptors. A common response to infection by the innate system is inflammation, which results from increased blood flow to the tissues under attack. Other innate responses include the use of a complementary system of proteins able to attack the cells of pathogens by binding to their surface.

If this response fails, then the body is able to respond to attacks by using its adaptive immune system. This involves a pathogen and antigen specific response to attack, but it generally takes much more time to respond to an attack. 

Fortunately exposure to attack from pathogens leads to what is known as immunological memory. This means that the body is able to quickly respond to an attack from pathogens and viruses to which it has already been exposed. This allows a quicker and stronger response by the immune system to an infectious attack that is has prior knowledge of, and usually results in a much quicker recovery following an attack by invasive pathogens.

The key components of the adaptive immune response are the white blood cells (leukocytes). These represent about 1% of the blood. The job of the white blood cells is to constantly flow through the body on the lookout for foreign invaders and to attack and destroy them.

White blood cells are produced by the bone marrow and can be classified into many different types based upon their main roles: Monocytes (break down bacteria); Lymphocytes (creation of antibodies); Neutrophils (digestion of bacteria and fungi); Eosinophils (destruction of parasites); and Basophils (involved in the control of the immune response and the initial detection of infectious agents). 

There are two major classes of lymphocytes: B-Cells and T-cells. These cells have receptors that are able to recognize and bind to specific targets on invasive pathogens. They are also able to remember the makeup of previous invaders, allowing for a more effective defense the next time the attacking agent is encountered. 

There are two main types of T cells: Killer T cells are able to destroy cells that have been infected by a virus or are damaged; Helper T cells are involved in the regulation and adaptation of the Immune response. 

Unfortunately, when the immune response is weak, there can be a significant drop in white blood cell count. This means that the body is not able to respond to invasive attacks efficiently and can lead to an increased likelihood of infection and illness.

It is therefore very important to maintain the immune system in as healthy a state as possible to enable correct functioning of the immune response. With this in mind ImmuniPrime™ has been designed specifically for immune support and includes numerous ingredients reported to boost immune system health, and thus improve efficiency of the body’s natural defence mechanisms. The key ingredients in this VitaMonk product are Pelargonium sidoides; Echinacea Purpurea; Garlic; Vitamin E; Andrographis Paniculata; Ganoderma Lucidum; Eleutherococcus Senticosus; Astragalus Membranaceus; and Nigella Sativa (Black cumin).

Pelargonium Sidoides Extract

Pelargonium sidoides (African geranium) is a medicinal herb. It is reported to boost the immune response and to enhance the natural healing rate of the body. 

Pelargonium sidoides is associated with numerous immunology aspects. It appears to have beneficial effects upon the presence of salivary immunoglobulins in long distance runners; this is likely to enhance athletic performance in intense physical activities as it is able to modulate the immune response in the upper airway [1]. The same study revealed that levels of IL-6 and IL-15 did not increase when exercising, thus supporting the body’s response to inflammation. 

This herb has been suggested by numerous scientists in their research to help support the immune response [2]. 

Ganoderma Lucidum (Lingzhi / Reishi Mushroom) 

This mushroom has numerous antioxidant properties and has been reported by researchers to have a role in modulating immunological effects. It is rich in bioactive polysaccharides, β-1,3-Glucans, triterpenoids, selenium, copper, zinc, and vitamin C [3, 4]. 

Its consumption has been linked to an increase in the number of natural killer cells in the immune system [5]. In addition to a potential role in the support of dendritic cells [6] and macrophages (both in vitro and in vivo) [7], the mushroom also appears to have a stimulatory effect on T cells in athletes [8], and in the differentiation of B cells [9].

Andrographis Paniculata Extract (King of Bitters: Green Chiretta) 

This herb has long been used in traditional Chinese and Indian (Ayurvedic) medicines for boosting immunity. In traditional remedies it is often used in conjunction with Eleutherococcus Senticosus (which is also an ingredient in this VitaMonk ImmuniPrime product). 

The main active ingredient found in Andrographis Paniculata is the diterpene andrographolide [10]. Extracts from the plant have been shown to support the inflammatory response in mice [11], and has been demonstrated to support a healthy respiratory tract. 

Echinacea Purpurea (Purple Coneflower)

This herbal immune booster is a rich source of alkylamides and caffeic acids [12, 13]. The alkylamides contained in Echinacea Purpurea are able to activate cannabinoid receptors expressed in immune cells and macrophages [14].

Echinacea alkylamides are able to stimulate the proliferation of lymphocytes in mice [15]; this strongly supports the plant having immunotropic activity.

The polysaccharides found in the plant are thought to support dendritic activity and thus play a role in the recognition of antigens by T cells [16]. Studies in rats suggest that Echinacea is able to increase the number of antigens in the body and thus play a role in adaptive immunity [17]. 

Eleutherococcus Senticosus (Siberian Ginseng) 

Siberian Ginseng is often combined with Andrographis Paniculata in traditional Chinese medicines and drugs that are taken to help support the immune system.

This herb is often used to support fatigue, may benefit cognition, and may have adaptogen properties (supports stress related processes) [18, 19]. 

Eleutherococcus Senticosus is a rich source of lignans and saponins, with its main active ingredients thought to be Eleutheroside B and E. It also contains a compound known as isofraxidin and a water-soluble polysaccharide, which are reported to help support the response to inflammation [20]. 

Nigella Sativa (Black Cumin) 

This spice contains a bioactive essential oil known as Thymoquinone, and is also also a rich source of acids (oleic, dihomolinoleic, linoleic, palmitic, and eicosadienoic), fiber, vitamins B and E, and numerous minerals [21, 22].

Extracts from Nigella Sativa are able to inhibit the release of nitric oxide from macrophages and hence help to support the body’s response to inflammation [23]. It may also play positive roles in the support of T cells, natural killer cells, allergies, and leukocyte enzyme activity.

Astragalus Membranaceus Root

Astragalus membranaceus (Mongolian milkvetch) is a very important herb in traditional Chinese medicine where it is known as huáng qí. It is used in many herbal remedies to help support healthy kidney function, healthy aging, and to support the response to inflammation. 

It is a known source of steroidal saponins, polysaccharides, Kaempferol-3-O-b-Glucoside (also known as Astragalin), Calycosin, Formononectin, GABA, HDTIC isomers, and Nicotinic acids [24].

Polysaccharides from Astragalus are able to increase the activity levels of an enzyme known as heparinase. This leads to the stimulation of macrophages [25] with an associated increase in the levels of cytokines. The plant is also reported to have an effect of adaptive immunity through affecting T cells [26], and to reduce the expression of cellular adhesion factors [27]. 

The molecular components found in this herb suggest that it is able to play a part in immune support and the modulation of the immune system.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is linked to many beneficial health aspects. With regards to its effects on the immune system, the vitamin has been reported to help enhance antibody response, play a role in immunogenesis [28], decrease levels of interferons [29], increase the secretion and proliferation of interleukins [30], stimulate the proliferation of T cells [31], and to enhance immune function in the elderly.

Garlic (Allium Sativum

As well as being a popular item to add flavor to a dish, garlic is linked to a multitude of health benefits, especially those relating to support of cardiovascular, intestinal, and immune system health. There are two main types of bioactive compounds found in garlic: alliin, and glutamyl-S-allylcysteine [32]. 

Eating raw garlic leads to an increase in interferons thus supporting a healthy immune system [33]. Taking garlic may also lead to enhanced activation of macrophage activity [34]. 

The digestion of garlic also plays a role in the innate immune system through mediation of immune cells known as neutrophils (these cells are involved in the creation of superoxides for use in body defence mechanisms) [35]. Garlic has also been reported to support the immune system’s response through boosting the number of natural killer cells, modulation of T cells, and conferring immunosuppression. 

Further Reading 

  • University of Arizona: An introduction to immunology {http://www.biology.arizona.edu/immunology/tutorials/immunology/page3.html}
  • NHS Choices: Vitamin D immune system boost {http://www.nhs.uk/news/2010/03March/Pages/Vitamin-D-and-the-immune-system.aspx}
  • Pubmed: An overview of the Immune Response by Dr. D. Chaplin {https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2923430/}
  • Harvard Health: Advice on maintaining a healthy immune system {http://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/how-to-boost-your-immune-system}

 

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[3] Mau et al. Non-volatile components of several medicinal mushrooms. Food Research International. Volume 34, Issue 6, 2001, Pages 521-526 

[4] Bao et al. Structural features of immunologically active polysaccharides from Ganoderma lucidum. Phytochemistry. 2002 Jan;59(2):175-81. 

[5] Huang et al. Extraction of polysaccharide from Ganoderma lucidum and its immune enhancement activity. Int J Biol Macromol. 2010 Oct 1;47(3):336-41. doi: 10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2010.03.019. 

[6] Cao and Lin. Regulation on maturation and function of dendritic cells by Ganoderma lucidum polysaccharides. Immunol Lett. 2002 Oct 1;83(3):163-9.

[7] Lin et al. Cellular and molecular mechanisms of immuno-modulation by Ganoderma lucidum. J Pharmacol Science. 2005 Oct;99(2):144-53.

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[13] Dalby-Brown et al. Synergistic antioxidative effects of alkamides, caffeic acid derivatives, and polysaccharide fractions from Echinacea purpurea on in vitro oxidation of human low-density lipoproteins. J Agric Food Chem. 2005 Nov 30;53(24):9413-23. 

[14] Gertsch et al. Echinacea alkylamides modulate TNF-alpha gene expression via cannabinoid receptor CB2 and multiple signal transduction pathways. FEBS Lett. 2004 Nov 19;577(3):563-9. 

[15] Skopińska-Rózewska et al. Dose-dependent in vivo effect of Rhodiola and Echinacea on the mitogen-induced lymphocyte proliferation in mice. Pol J Vet Sci. 2011;14(2):265-72. 

[16] Benson et al. Echinacea purpurea extracts modulate murine dendritic cell fate and function. Food Chem Toxicol. 2010 May;48(5):1170-7. doi: 10.1016/j.fct.2010.02.007.

[17] Rehman et al. Increased production of antigen-specific immunoglobulins G and M following in vivo treatment with the medicinal plants Echinacea angustifolia and Hydrastis canadensis. Immunol Lett. 1999 Jun 1;68(2-3):391-5.

[18] Cicero et al. Effects of Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus maxim.) on elderly quality of life: a randomized clinical trial. Arch Gerontol Geriatr Suppl. 2004;(9):69-73. 

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How to boost your Immune System?

As it is a whole system and not a single entity it can be quite difficult to take simple steps to improve your immune system. This means it is best to follow a more holistic approach.

In addition to taking VitaMonk ImmuniPrime™ capsules, which contain a combination of nutrients and herbal extracts known to support immune health, some of the other things that you may like to try (or to keep an eye on) for immune support include: giving up smoking, regular exercise, maintenance of a healthy weight, following good nutrition tips such as following a fruit and vegetable rich diet, good sleep, cutting down on alcohol, and using sanitation products to help avoid infections (i.e. wash your hands before cooking meat and after going to the toilet).

Does the effectiveness of the immune system decrease as one ages?

Yes, unfortunately as people age they become more susceptible to common infections, and it may take much longer for the elderly to recover from conditions that they may have been able to shake off when they were younger.

What about micronutrient malnutrition? What is it and how does it affect the immune system?

As people age they tend to eat a lower amount of food and meals may tend to be blander and have less variety. 

This can result in them not getting an adequate supply of all of the essential nutrients, leading to a form of dietary malnutrition even though they feel full.

This can make it difficult to maintain a healthy immune system. As one ages it may prove beneficial to take nutritional supplements to replace any inadequacies in the diet. 

What are phagocytes and lymphocytes?

These are two distinct types of leukocyte. The lymphocytes are involves in the recognition of invasive agents, particles, and dying cells, whereas the phagocytes are involved in their destruction. 

What is an antibody?

This is a specialized protein that is able to specifically recognize and bind to an antigen. This allows T-cells to recognize and quickly fight off attacks from invaders. Once it has been produced, in response to an attack, an antibody remains in the body, ready for any future attacks from the same factors. 

What is passive immunity?

This is a short-lived immunity that is passed onto a baby from the mother, usually in the form of breast milk. This provides a newborn with a source of antibodies and helps to protect him/her from infections.

What does autoimmune mean?

This refers to the process that occurs when white blood cells attack their own body materials.

Why are some people more immune to disease and infections than others?

We are all different. There are many underlying factors, such as genetics and immune system health that can have an impact on how quickly a person is able to generate a successful immune response. 

As we grow older, we build up a larger memory of attacking factors through the presence of antibodies. The hygiene hypothesis theorizes that someone who has been exposed to more infectious agents (such as someone who plays in the dirt as a kid) is more likely to build up a more effective immune system than someone who has always lived in a sterile environment without the presence of germs.

Is the VitaMonk ImmuniPrime™ supplement suitable for vegetarians?

Yes. ImmuniPrime capsules are suitable for vegetarians and they are also gluten free.

What is the serving size?

We recommend a dosage of two capsules. There are sixty servings in a container.

Where can I buy VitaMonk Products?

You can get them online on this site or you may wish to purchase them from our Amazon store.

Do you offer free delivery?

You betcha, we don’t charge a delivery fee on all shipping orders over $35.

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