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Z-MUNE – Your Right Choice

Super Health Z-MUNE spray is a powerful solution to support your immune system. It includes the main antioxidants (Zinc and Vitamins E ) plus  Vitamin D3 (a modulator of immune responses)  and L-Lysine (an essential amino acid suppressing cold sores development) – all together these nutrients will support your body immune system’s response to viruses.

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This spray’s formula includes Zinc, Vitamins. E, D3 and  L-Lysine (essential amino acid) which all together support immune system’s response to viruses (e.g. a cold sore); help repairing damage to blood vessels and cell caused by toxins and oxidants (free radicals). This blend can help reduce a LDL cholesterol formation; improves production of collagen and prevents rapid ageing.


Boost Your Defence

Z-MUNE is a powerful mix of main antioxidants is designed for prevention many health problems during the winter season, including cold and cold sore outbreaks.

The combination of key antioxidants in Super Health Z-MUNE spray is also important for repairing damage to blood vessels caused by daily pro-oxidants (free radicals).

Zinc is needed for a number of different functions in the human body – it stimulates activation of 100 different enzymes. Some studies published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition show that “zinc-deficient persons experience increased susceptibility to a variety of pathogens”.

A combination of Vitamin E, Vitamin D3 and L-Lysine work in synergy that enhances the effect of the spray’s formula. Having this spray in your pocket or handbag can be quite handy and wise. It will help you keep your heart and arteries in good shape.

Key ingredients of the formula:

  • Zinc
  • Vitamin D3
  • Vitamin E
  • L-Lysin

For more detail description, please read information below.

Why Is Z-MUNE spray So Effective?

Each of key ingredients in Z-MUNE spray’s formula is a very capable micro-nutrient vital for your immune system to fight viruses and harmful gems. All together they help keep your healthy around the year.

  • Zinc

Zinc is a trace element and mineral needed for many normal body functions such as immune function, wound healing, taste and smell function and DNA synthesis. Zinc is found in every tissue in the body and is directly involved in cell division. Your body also uses zinc to make proteins. It is a powerful antioxidant which can help prevent cancer development and also regulate endocrine function. In St. George’s Medical Hospital, University of London, researchers found that increasing concentration of Zinc serum in the body strengthens cells’ membrane and protect tissues against damage by viruses, venoms and cytotoxins.

Zinc is a player in the metabolism and function of other nutrients. For example, Omega 3 and Omega 6 are converted with the help of zinc into their beneficial forms. Zinc also plays a vital role in fertility. In males, zinc protects the prostate gland from infection and enlargement as well as helps maintain sperm count and mobility and normal levels of serum testosterone. In females, zinc can help treat alleviate symptoms associated with premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and also supports normal growth and development during pregnancy and childhood. Conservative estimates suggest that 25% of the world’s population is at risk of zinc deficiency. Alcohol both prevents zinc absorption and increases zinc excretion. Insufficient Vitamin D also make zinc less effective.

  • Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a fat soluble compound with strong antioxidant properties. Vitamin E is incorporated into cell membranes and protects them from oxidative damage. Acting as a free radical scavenger, Vitamin E reacts with pro-oxidants to form a tocopheryl radical which vitamin C further convert to its reduced state. In addition to its activities as an antioxidant, vitamin E is involved in immune function, regulation of gene expression and other metabolic processes. Some evidence points to the use of vitamin E to speed cellular regeneration on the skin and can help the healing process for scars and acne. Vitamin E can be beneficial to people with diabetes because it enhances the action of insulin and improves blood glucose metabolism by reducing oxidative stress. In addition, vitamin-E protects artery walls and helps make cells lining the interior surface of blood vessels able to resist adhering of the low-density lipoprotein (LDL) to this surface.

  • Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a steroid vitamin, a group of fat-soluble prohormones, which is responsible for intestinal absorption of calcium and phosphate. In humans, the most important related compounds of vitamin D are vitamin D2 (obtained through limited dietary sources) and vitamin D3 (developed from the photochemical action of solar UV light in the skin). The latter is used in our spray. In addition to balancing calcium in the body, that prevents osteoporosis or arthritis, vitamin D regulates blood pressure and improves cardiovascular strength, reduces respiratory infections, aids in insulin secretion, relieves pains by reducing muscle spasms, improves skin health and reduces wrinkles. Epidemiological studies have linked vitamin D deficiency to increased rates of cancer, as well as autoimmune and infectious diseases. For example, a review of 31 studies found that pregnant women with vitamin D levels of less than 30 ng/ml had an increased risk of developing gestational diabetes. Read more on vitamin D benefits.

  • L-Lysine

L-Lysine is classified as an essential amino acid meaning the human body cannot synthesize Lysine on its own and thus must rely on adequate dietary intake to function properly. In the body Lysine increases the intestinal absorption of calcium and eliminates its renal excretion, suggesting a potential role in the management of osteoporosis. It is also the precursor of the >amino acid carnitine, which aids in transporting fatty acids into the mitochondria for energy production. Lysine has been investigated for its effects on increasing muscle mass, lowering glucose and improving anxiety. 

Lysine appears to have an antagonistic relationship with the amino acid arginine which Herpes simplex virus (HSV) infections require for their replication. As a result, Lysine has been studied and used for the prevention and treatment of herpes infections and cold sores. Dr. Linus Pauling reported on several cases of angina pectoris relieved by lysine. Although the actual mechanism is unclear, Pauling hypothesized supplemental lysine may bind with and remove lipoprotein(a) from plaque deposits, thereby reducing thickening of the artery and increasing blood flow.


Zinc Deficiency

Zinc is an important mineral required for a number of bodily functions involving energy and metabolism. One of its most important roles is in supporting our immune system, which protects us from pathogens, infections, and disease. Zinc also plays a role in carbohydrate breakdown (which supplies energy), as well as growth, division, and reproduction of our cells. Early symptoms of Zinc deficeincy include a loss of appetite and slowed growth and development in infants and children. Zinc is important for normal cell growth. Zinc nutrition deficiency weakens the cells. People deficient in zinc may also start losing their hair in patches. Zinc deficiency can compromise the immune system – weakened antibodies – that makes those who are deficient prone to infection or flu. In men, sperm production may be reduced due to zinc deficiency. In pregnant women, the baby may have birth defects and may have weigh less than expected.

Symptoms of Deficiency include:

  • Immune system is impaired
  • Rough, dry, scaly skin
  • Hair loss
  • Feeling sluggish and irritable
  • Reduced fertility
  • Decreased ability to fight infection
  • Lossing of sex drive
  • Decreased wound-healing rate
  • Possible weight gain because of slowed metabolism

Risk of Zinc Inadequacy

Meat is the main source of zinc therefore vegetarian diets is lower in this nutrient. Breast milk contains sufficient zinc for the first 4–6 months of life but does not provide recommended amounts of zinc for infants aged 7–12 months. Zinc deficiency affects approximately over 60% of adults with sickle cell disease. Heavy alcohol consumption also decreases intestinal absorption of zinc.


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