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BioFlu - Could This Be The Natural Defence Against Swine Flu?
Date:8/20/2009

At a time when everyone is trying to protect themselves against the frightening spread of viral infections and the spectre of a Swine Flu pandemic, a supplement which has become hugely popular in the US is about to hit the UK market

London, UK (PRWEB) August 20, 2009 -- At a time when everyone is trying to protect themselves against the frightening spread of viral infections and the spectre of a Swine Flu pandemic, a supplement which has become hugely popular in the US is about to hit the UK market. BioFlu, which combines western science with Chinese traditional medicine, could prove to be as big a hit here as it has been in the US.

The first line of defence against infection

The immune system is the vital first line of defence against infection and illness. The stronger the immune system, the better the odds of not being infected in the first place and the quicker the body will recover from infection and illness. However, both environmental and biological influences can weaken our defences and leave us open to infection.

A purely natural herbal supplement used by thousands of flu sufferers, BioFlu gives a powerful boost to the immune system. Since it was introduced in 2005 it has achieved a following of fiercely loyal users and some serious scientific backing. BioFlu Immune Support combines a selection of four of the most powerful, natural antioxidants - Black Elderberry, shown in human trials to reduce the severity of flu symptoms by 50%, Siberian Ginseng, and Star Anise and Shikimic Acid, the plant from which the leading anti-viral drug Tamiflu is made.

"We believe that the public are looking for less harsh, more natural ways of defending their bodies against viral infections and boosting their immune system,&q
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