Ultra Vir-X (90 Count)

Ultra Vir-X by Biotics Research - contains vitamin C, vitamin A, and natural mixed carotenoids, copper and zinc in a proprietary mixture of Maitake mushroom, wheat grass, rutin and several herbs with known antiviral properties. The suggested dose is two capsules, twice per day on an empty stomach. UltraVir-X is extremely effective with chronic, subacute viral infections. The inclusion of UltraVir-X into treatment programs for Hepatitis A, B and C has made a significant difference in our resolution rates.*
Sug. Price:$27.90
Our Price:$25.00
Quantity:
  • Suggested Use:

    One (1) to three (3) capsules taken twice daily as a dietary supplement or as otherwise directed by a health care professional.

    Special Information:

    UltraVir-X is extremely effective with chronic, subacute viral infections. The inclusion of UltraVir-X into treatment programs for Hepatitis A, B and C has been succesful in many programs.

  • Nutritional Information:

    **Each capsule supplies: Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 75 mg Vitamin A (emulsified palmitate) 1500 I.U. Natural mixed carotenoids 1000 I.U. Copper (gluconate) 0.3 mg Zinc (gluconate) 2 mg UltraVir-X base* 440 mg *UltraVir-X Base a proprietary blend of the following constituents: Maitake mushroom, wheatgrass, rutin, Astragalus membranaceous, Bupleurum falcatum, Forsythia suspensa, propolis, Stillingia sylvatice, Phyllanthus amarus, Harnamells virginiana and hesperidin.*
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