What are the benefits of African Potato used in Immunadue?

African potato is one of the raw ingredients in Immunadue. Together with one of the other ingredients, sutherlandia, it is probably the raw material that has undergone most studies and that has been used in its natural form for years.

This ingredient is used as a tonic to address, among others: Tuberculosis, prostate problems, urinary tract infection, testicular growths, and removal of parasites from your body. Furthermore it addresses anxiety, helps to normalize your heart rate, fights depression and improves all forms of arthritis.

The active ingredient in African potato is hypoxide, which is the precursor to rooperol. It also contains sitosterol, phytosterol and beta sitosterol.

Rooperol is a strong antioxidant that prevents the damage of free radicals. Diseases caused by free radicals include cell damage, heart disease, cancer, and Alzheimer’s.

The sterols (sitosterol, phytosterol and beta sitosterol) strengthen your immune system and help normalise cholesterol. It has also been shown that African potato shows success with type 2 diabetes because it stimulates the secretion of insulin.

Beta sitosterol’s effectiveness has been tested in lowering cholesterol, preventing colon cancer, counteracting gallstones, fighting flu and colds, improving arthritis, and addressing chronic fatigue.

The success of African potato in the fight against cholesterol is so effective that the FDA (“Food and Drug Administration”) allows manufacturers of products containing African potato to claim that those products that prevent heart disease. Studies on this have been done since 1922 and were repeated in 1950 and 1980.

The beta sitosterol in African potato also works against prostate problems, including hyperplasia. Many male Immunadue users have already testified that their nightly bathroom visits have drastically decreased!

Immunadue is available from all pharmacies, Dis-Chem, Clicks, health stores and Takealot. Just ask for the “one with the purple cap!”

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