Features and Benefits
- High potency antiviral formula that combines standardised extracts of Andrographis and Olive Leaf, plus Echinacea and Japanese Honeysuckle
- Contains Vitamin C and a readily-absorbed form of Zinc Glycinate for additional immune support during infections
- Assists in the management of viral infections causing colds, flu and mild upper respiratory infections
- May reduce the severity and duration of the symptoms of colds, flu and mild upper respiratory infections including rhinitis, sinusitis, laryngitis and tonsillitis
- ActiViral works best when taken at the first sign of symptoms such as a sore throat, runny nose, mucous congestion, fever, catarrh and inflammation
- May assist in the relief of headaches that are associated with fever, cold and flu
How It Works
Clinical studies suggest that Andrographis reduces the risk of catching colds, and when they do occur, it shortens their duration and relieves it's symptoms such as fever, sore throat and runny nose.
Echinacea may also reduce the frequency of colds and mild upper respiratory tract infections. It works by supporting your immune system functions that help your body to fight off viral infections.
In traditional Chinese medicine, Honeysuckle has traditionally been regarded as a cooling remedy with special affinity for the lung organ-meridian system, which encompasses not only the lungs themselves, but also the immune system, nose and throat. It has a history of use in the treatment of hot, feverish conditions such as colds, flu and other respiratory infections.
Fusion Health's ActiViral also contains Vitamin C and a readily absorbable form of Zinc to help support your immune system.
Directions For Use
Adults: Take 2 capsules once or twice daily. An extra dose may be taken if prescribed by your healthcare professional.
Children 6 to 12 years: Take 1 capsule once or twice daily.
Children 2 to 5 years: Take half a capsule once or twice daily. Mix the capsule contents with a little syrup or honey.
Children under 5 years: Take only as prescribed by a healthcare professional.