June 01, 2020 2 min read

Your immune system is your biggest weapon against most ailments. A strong system enables us to weather viral and bacterial attacks. Here are three ways you can help nurture and boost your immune system.

  1. First, remember to wash your hands. Here is the correct way to wash as per the WHO.
  2. Second, remember to drink lots of fluids and get adequate rest. It is generally said that 8 glasses of water and 8 hours of sleep will keep you healthy and alert.
  3. Third,have immunity-boosting foods like pulses, grains, and herbs, which are rich in Vitamins, Minerals, nutrients and are easy to digest. Amla, Giloy and Wheatgrass are known to be excellent sources of everything that is good for your immune system.

Did you know that Amla has eight times more Vitamin C than an orange, twice the antioxidant power of acai berry, and around 17 times that of a pomegranate?

Each part of the Giloy plant, the root, stem, or the whole plant is used to isolate many biologically active compounds.

These compounds are also known to lend the plant many of its popular medicinal properties. Of the 17 amino acids in wheatgrass, eight are considered essential, meaning your body cannot produce them without adequate wheatgrass.

To make your life easier, we have put all these lovely ingredients into ready-to-drink health shots. As part of our Immunity Pack. You can experience the goodness of nature, without needing to worry about going out of your way. The immunity pack has 30 shots each of Amla, which is rich in Vitamin C, Giloy which has immunomodulatory effects and Wheatgrass that is packed with nutrients to increase your immunity. The shots don't have any added colors, flavors or harmful preservatives. They are Non-GMO, contain no-transfat, and no-refined sugar.

Check out our Immunity Pack here. You can also get a limited time discount of 25% on the pack.

During these trying times, it is best to be safe, vigilant, and take better care of ourselves. Boost your immune system, keep your hands clean, don't touch your face, try to be as isolated as possible. We will emerge on the other side, stronger, more resilient, and better prepared.