IMUSAN™

EUR 129.71

60 capsules

IMUSAN™ is a purely plant-based product created from various Asian and European medicinal plants. It is produced according to traditional Chinese naturopathy. It contains the following medicinal plants:

Agrimony (Argrimonia pilosa); Round-leaved Wintergreen (Pyrola rotun-difolia); Corydalis rhizome (Corydalis yanhusuo); Reishi (Ganoderma Lucidum); Red Spider Lily (Lycoris radiata); Patrinia (Patrinia heterophylla); Stephania herb (Stephania sinica); Rabdosia (Rabdosia rubescens); Desert broomrape (Cistanche deserictola); Ginseng (Panax ginseng); Shiny-leaf prickly-ash (Zanthoxylum nitidum) and Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra).

Take 1 capsule three times daily with water, before meals. Do not take more tablets than recommended. Do not use, if seal is broken. Store in a cool dry place. Keep out of reach of children.

This dietary supplement does not replace a balanced diet. For doctor’s treatment or medication use, consult your doctor or pharmacist before use.

Product description

In the Netherlands, Imusan is manufactured as food supplement according to international standards.

Take one capsule three times daily with water, before meals. Do not take more than recommended. Do not use, if seal is broken. Store in a cool dry place. Keep out of reach of children.

This dietary supplement does not replace a balanced diet. For doctor’s treatment or medication use, consult your doctor or pharmacist before use.

Product information

Ingredients: 

Agrimony (Argrimonia pilosa) belongs to a plant genus which is a subfamily of the rosoideae within the rose family (Rosaceae). The agrimony species is widespread in Europe and Asia and reaches as far as Sri Lanka and Java. A few types are also found in North America and Mexico. Extracts from the stem and leaves also have various positive features. Extracts from the leaves have a high amount of agrimony. The leaves of the plant are also rich in vitamin K.

Round-leaved wintergreen (Pyrola rotundifolia)
Round-leaved wintergreen (Pyrola rotundifolia) is a plant from the subfamily of the wintergreen and monotropa hypopitys plants (Monotropoideae) in the heather family (Ericaceae).

Corydalis rhizome (Corydalis yanhusuo)
Extracts of Corydalis yanhusuo; (Chinese name: Yan Hu Shuo) have been used for many centuries in traditional Chinese naturopathy. Naturopathy has shown that various parts of the plant can have a positive effect. The plant, and in particular the root extracts, contain various effective alkaloids (for instance, Bulbocapnin, Cordalin, Protopin). As a result of the positive effects of the alkaloid “bulbocapnin”, corydalis extract is also used in traditional Chinese naturopathy.

Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum)
The reishi or lingzhi mushroom has been used for over 4,000 years in Chinese naturopathy. The ingredients within the fruit bodies of the mushroom, such as triterpenoids, steroles, manitol, coumarin, and various polysaccharides, are used naturopathy. Furthermore, the mushrooms contain various trace elements, such as zinc, germanium, manganese, iron, copper, and even calcium.

Red spider lily (Lycoris radiata)
Lycoris radiata, also known as “red spider lily,” belongs to the onion and tuber family, the amaryllidaceae. The plants get to be about 10 to 30 cm tall and are cultivated mostly in central and south Japan. Extracts from the shrubs are often used as an antidote to poison in traditional Chinese naturopathy. The  effects of the extract of lycoris radiata is due to various alkaloids, such as dehydrolycorine, bulbispermine, methylen-dioxylhomolycorine-N-oxide and dihydromethyl-hydroxy-phenanthridine.

Patrinia (Patrinia heterophylla)
For hundreds of years, patrinia heterophylla has been used in traditional Chinese naturopathy. Recent research results have shown that extracts from this medicinal plant have very positive effects. Various triterpenes have been identified in Patrinia heterophylla as being the primary substances possessing positive effects. Also extracted from Patrinia heterophylla is an additional substance called isocoumarin glucoside, which demonstrates a significant capacity to fight certain cells. Various proteins and polysaccharides from this naturopathy plant have been isolated.

Stephania herb (Stephania sinica)
Stephania sinica belongs to the moon seed family (menispermaceae), which is native to Southeast Asia, Africa, and Australia. Stephania (menispermaceae) is widespread and has been used in folk naturopathy for centuries. More than 150 alkaloids, flavorings, lignans, steroids, terpenoids, and coumarins have been isolated in the stephania sinica herb. Many of these substances have biological activity.

Rabdosia (Rabdosia rubescens)
The two most important properties of this fast-growing, terpenoid-rich labiate are oridonin and rubescensin A and B. Extracts made from the entire plant improve digestion and are used mainly in Chinese naturopathy.

Desert broomrape (Cistanche deserticola)
Desert broomrape (Chinese name: “Rou Cong Rong”) is an albino parasitic plant that has been used as a tonic in traditional Chinese and Japanese naturopathy for about 1800 years. Modern pharmacological research has shown that cistanche deserticola possesses a broad spectrum of biological properties. That is why it is known to have significant positive features. Furthermore, extracts of cistanche counteract exhaustion. The so-called phenylethanoids glycoside, acteoside, echinacoside and cistanoside in cistanche deserticola seem to be responsible for this. Cistanche deserticola extracts appear to improve the muscles’ ability to store energy.

Ginseng (Panax ginseng)
Recently ginsenosid and saponin, the naturopathy properties in ginseng root, have been used in Europe, although the naturopathy properties of the ginseng root have been long known primarily in China and other Asiatic countries. The substance saponin has also a positive influence.

Shiny-leaf prickly-ash (Zanthoxylum nitidum)
Zanthoxylum nitidum is a flowering plant in the citrus family, which primarily grows in Southeast Asia and northern Australia. The Chinese name is “liang mian zhen”. Almost all zanthoxylum species are used naturopathy. In India zanthoxylum is also used. Particular plant extracts from zanthoxylum also have positive effects. 

Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Liquorice extracts contain various saponins of glycyrretic acids, which function as expectorants and mucolytic agents and possess positive properties. It has also been shown that extracts from liquorice have favorable effects.

Summary:
IMUSAN™ is a purely biological product made from extracts of various medicinal plants which have had the following effects:

  • Supporting of the immune system (cellular resistance)
  • Supporting normal programmed cell activity
  • Neutralizes free radicals by way of an antioxidant effect

The recommended daily allowance (RDA) should be between 2-3 capsules and can be increased as needed. Side effects are not expected at this dosage.

Recommendations, Supplement facts

Take one capsule three times daily with water, before meals. Do not take more tablets than recommended. Do not use, if seal is broken. Store in a cool dry place. Keep out of reach of children.

This dietary supplement does not replace a balanced diet. For doctor’s treatment or medication use, consult your doctor or pharmacist before use.