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antioxidant action • immunity booster • stress reduction • heart health • intestinal health • liver health • anti-inflammatory


90 tablets (90 servings)



Serving size: 1 tablet

Servings per container: 90

per 1 tablet

per 3 tablets

Sophora japonica extract 10:1

Elderberry extract 10:1

Cordyceps sinensis extract 10:1

Ganoderma lucidum extract 10:1

Turmeric extract (root) 10:1

Dandelion extract (root) 10:1

200 mg

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Sophora japonica extract 10:1, elderberry extract 10:1, Cordyceps sinensis extract 10:1, Ganoderma lucidum extract 10:1, turmeric extract (root) 10:1, dandelion extract (root) 10:1, bulking agent: microcrystalline cellulose, bulking agent: sodium carboxymethyl starch, anticaking agent: magnesium stearate, anticaking agent: silicon dioxide, bulking agent: hypromellose (HPMC), coating agent.


Take 1-3 tablets a day with a glass of water.


Quercetin has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, including antiviral action, leading to the improvement of immunity. It protects from free radicals that result from all kinds of pollution, radiation and chemical toxins, thus reducing the risk of cancer, preventing neurological diseases, and relieving allergy symptoms. Due to its antibacterial properties it prevents infections, especially related to the skin, stomach and intestines, and to the respiratory and urinary tracts. Containing flavonoids, it reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, such as heart disease and strokes. Quercetin is also used in sports to increase endurance and improve athletic performance. Side effects, though rare, may include tingling in the arms and legs, as well as stomach upsets and headaches, while very high dosages, over 1 g per day for a longer period of time, might cause kidney damage.

Due to its antioxidant activity Sambucus nigra (elderberry) is used to lower cholesterol, boost the immune system, improve heart health, as well as for coughs, colds, flu, bacterial and viral infections and tonsillitis. It helps improve vision and is a good source of dietary fiber, phenolic acids, and flavonoids. It is rich in anthocyanins, contains organic pigments, tannin, amino acids, carotenoids, flavonoids, rutin, viburnic acid, vitamins A and B, and a large amount of vitamin C. Taken in the form of tablets Eldbery is safe in use (contrary to raw, unripe, uncooked fruit), but its use should always be consulted with a doctor, especially in connection with autoimmune diseases.

Based on scientific evidence, Cordyceps sinensis (mycelium) may be used to treat coughs, chronic bronchitis, respiratory disorders, heart disorders (especially irregular heartbeat), anemia, kidney disorders, nighttime urination, male sexual problems, liver disorders, and has anti-aging and anti-tumor effects. It is used in sports to boost performance. Side effects might include increased symptoms of autoimmune diseases and slow blood clotting. It might also interact with different drugs, so if you have any disorders or taking any medication, you always need to consult its use with a doctor.

Ganoderma lucidum (reishi mushroom, also called lingzhi) is another antioxidant-rich plant. Like elderberry it contains a wide variety of bioactive molecules that ally against cancer, helping to boost the immune system, as well as lowering the blood pressure and the cholesterol levels. It also contains a variety of high-molecular-weight polysaccharide structures and bioactive polyglycans, as well as terpents, exhibiting a broad range of bioactivities, including anti-inflammatory, hypoglycemic, hypolipidemic, antiulcer, antitumorigenic, and immunostimulating effects. This is why it is used in many therapies, mainly in relation to viral and bacterial infections, diabetes, and liver injury. Some use it in sports as an anti-fatigue agent reducing physical and mental exhaustion. Typical, though rare, side effects include dryness of the mouth, throat, and nose, itchiness and rash, stomach upsets and diarrhea, dizziness and headaches, as well as nosebleed and bloody stools. Prolonged high dosage use could cause toxic effects on the liver. People with bleeding disorders, a clotting disorder (thrombocytopenia), low blood pressure, and those scheduled for surgeries should remain more cautious.

Curcuma longa is commonly used to fight inflammation, as a protection against heart disease (as it improves endothelial function), and as an antioxidant. It may help prevent cancer, ease symptoms of osteoarthritis (OA), play a role in treating rheumatoid arthritis (RA), treat or prevent diabetes, and it promotes mental and skin health. As a total package it is also recognized as an anti-aging ingredient that may directly influence longevity, delaying brain degeneration and other age-related diseases. Typical, though rare, side effects include diarrhea, headache and rash. Those suffering form inflammation, kidney disease, and allergies, and those with iron deficiency should pay more attention to their doctor’s recommendations.

Dandelion root, a potent antioxidant, is an excellent source of vitamins A, K and C, as well as fiber, calcium, potassium and protein (more than spinach). It promotes intestinal, heart and liver health, fights constipation, reduces water retention (which is good for weight loss), soothes varicose veins, and tames psoriasis – a chronic inflammatory skin condition that causes red, scaly patches, especially on the elbows, knees and scalp. Moreover, it is a wonderful diuretic because, in addition to being effective, it is naturally high in potassium. Typical, though rare, side effects include stomach discomfort, diarrhea, or heartburn. Always consult its use with a doctor, especially when taking other medicines, such as diuretics, antibiotics, or heart, sedative, anti-depression pills.

MUST GUARD FORTE includes all the above ingredients in the most optimal dosages, which makes it one of the most complete supplements promoting general health and immunity. A genuine must-have.

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