A healthy immune system seems to be one of the critical determinants in dealing with the Coronavirus.
Arborvitae Health and Wellbeing Supplement (Arborvitae) comprises of Pycnogenol (French maritime Pine Bark extract, Aloe Vera, Papain enzyme and honey. Arborvitae is a natural potent antioxidant with excellent radical scavenger properties, which supports the health and function of the immune system.
There is a lot of information and commentary on the Coronavirus which can be contradictory and confusing. We read an article in the Sydney Morning Herald on 3rd March which was very much around why children are not getting sick from the Coronavirus. Some comments were:
Raina MacIntyre, head of the Biosecurity Program at the University of NSW's Kirby Institute, suspects a child's robust immune system means their bodies can fight the virus more quickly than adults. The median age of patients with coronavirus is between 49 and 56.
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"Once you reach the age of 50, something called immunosenescence occurs, which is the gradual declining in function of the immune system and our ability to fight infections," Professor MacIntyre said, adding that underlying conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure or heart disease also weaken our ability to stave off infections.
"It doesn't matter how fit, healthy or strong you are, this happens to everybody. The coronavirus causes a milder illness in younger people who have a stronger immune system and hits older people much harder for that reason."
The full article can be read here: PDF
From this and other articles most of the focus is around the immune system which Arborvitae Health and Wellbeing Supplement assists. Being a potent natural anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, Arborvitae supports the health and function of the immune system
Link to a release issued by the University of California, Berkeley which confirms Pycnogenol’s immune system benefits: https://www.berkeley.edu/news/media/releases/98legacy/02_05_98a.html
Summary of a study on Pycnogenol and the common cold. This study joins a body of research and confirms findings that Pycnogenol naturally boosts the immune system and significantly reduces the severity and duration of cold symptoms quicker than over-the-counter treatments alone. PDF