Think about this for a second or two: adding a mixture of herbs and a whole food honey bee hive
product to your diet to help aid your immune system . . .
If you didn’t know any better, you’d think this is alternative health in science fiction. But not for us and
our research scientist and herbalist Dr. Alexander Goroshit. It’s science, not fiction.
Called Apitherapy, it’s an alternative therapy that uses the end product that comes from the
honey bees to help support and then maintain a healthy body, including the heart, brain, liver,
digestive system, nervous system, immune system, and circulatory system.
Bu we took it a step further by combining specially selected herbs with a honey bee hive product.
How VirMel is Made
First, we combine 7 GMO-free (exotic) herbs with sweeteners (sweeteners are added to get the
honey bees to eat the blend).
Then, when the blend is turned into a sweet “nectar,” our beekeeper feeds it to honey bees.
After some time has passed, the bees store the solution in their honeycombs, and then a normal
honey-producing process begins.
Our beekeeper can take the honeycombs as soon as the bees seal the honeycombs. He takes
the sweet herbal blend out of the honeycombs so it can be filtered, and then poured in a
Nothing else is added. No additives, no hard-to-pronounce chemicals, or other silly nonsense.
The 7 Specially Selected Herbs in VirMel:
Used by natural health care professionals.
Many herbs are now used by clinics for integrative care, like the Cleveland Clinic.
1. Uncaria tomentosa
Also called cat’s claw because it is a vine with hook-like thorns that resemble the
claws of a cat, it is native to the Amazon and Central American rainforests.
The bark and root of the uncaria tomentosa have been used for centuries by many
South Americans to help maintain healthy inflammation.
The health-giving substances in the bark and root are called pentacyclic oxindolic
alkaloid (POA), and samento.
2. Echinacea purpurea
Native to areas east of the Rocky Mountains in the United States. Also grown in Canada
Echinacea purpurea was used in traditional herbal remedies by the Great Plains Indian tribes for the
immune system. Later, settlers, including many doctors followed the Indians’ example.
DID YOU KNOW?
For a time, echinacea purpurea was listed in the US National Formulary from 1916-1950.
However, the use of echinacea fell out of favor in the United States with the discovery of antibiotics.
But now, many people are taking herbs as a natural healthy choice.
3. Beta vulgaris cicla
Also called Swiss chard, this leafy vegetable is most often used in Mediterranean cooking.
It contains antioxidants like beta-carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin, quercetin, and kaempferol for
cell integrity throughout your body.
Beta vulgaris cicla has also been shown to support and then maintain healthy red blood cells
for energy and focus.
4. Medicago sativa
Also called alfalfa, the leaves, sprouts and seeds are used to help promote healthy cholesterol,
which in turn maintains a healthy inflammatory response and immune system all in one shot.
Medicago sativa has a needed source of vitamins A, C, E, and K4, along with essential minerals,
calcium, potassium, phosphorous, and iron. These all tie in together for the cells in your
5. Sambucus nigra
The more familiar name being elderberry, it’s a flowering tree that has clusters of small
white or cream-colored flowers known as elderflowers, with small blueish black berries.
All parts of the tree are used for various health uses by natural health care professionals.
Its antioxidants compounds and chemicals from all parts of the tree are used for various
issues by natural health care professionals to help support healthy white blood cells.
6. Eleutherococcus senticosus
This Siberian ginseng is included in VirMel because it is used as an adaptogen.
An adaptogen is a non-medical term used to describe substances that help the body adapt
to stress, and to also exert a normalizing effect upon bodily processes.
Adaptogens work at a molecular level by supporting a healthy stable balance in the
hypothalamic, pituitary, and adrenal glands. These are involved in the stress response.
They work by “hacking” the stress response in the body.
7. Punica granatum
The pomegranate is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree. The fruit looks almost
like an apple. It’s used by natural health care professionals because it promotes and keeps
maintaining a healthy blood pressure.
Its higher antioxidant compounds is also used for whole-body care that ties in with the immune system.
Recommended Dosage: Just take one teaspoon, morning, noon and night.
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