From: £24.99

From: £24.99

Aurum10

Flavon 10

ImmunQueen fruit concentrate

£24.99£34.99

Please slide! Here you can find the ingredients, the nutrient table and the consumption recommendation!

Immune booster in a new form

Our brand new product line, ImmunQueen, delivers all the vitamins and minerals one might need from fresh, ripe fruits in a superconcentrate form.
Flavon10 is not only delicious but through our special process, we manage to keep the valuable internals by keeping temperatures below 45°C (113°F). In addition, through vacuum technology there is no need for preservatives either so we wholeheartedly recommend it to young and old.

Ingredients:

pomegranate, beetroot, sour cherry, grapes, cranberry, elderberry, buckthorn, carrot, apple, Jerusalem artichoke

Nutritional table (in 100g)

Energy kj 1409
Energy kcal 336
Protein g 2,6
Carbohydrate g 76
Of which: sugar g 33
Fat g 0,3
Of which: saturated fatty acid g 0,04
Salt g 0,16

 

May contain traces of celery.
It contains salt only as a consequence of the presence of sodium.
It contains only sugars naturally occurring in the vegetable.
This product is not a substitute for a balanced diet or a healthy lifestyle.
Store it in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.

Recommended consumption:

The recommended daily amount for adults is 1-2 tea spoonfuls (4-8g), kids 1 tea spoonfuls (2-4g) preferably in the morning before meals, taken in itself so that it can enter the bloodstream directly through the mucous membrane. It can also be taken during meals, sprinkled onto your food or mixed into your drink.
The product may cause a temporary aggravation of symptoms. Do not exceed the recommended daily amount.
For a short period of time, you might experience that symptoms might escalate. We suggest that you keep the recommended amounts.

May contain traces of celery.
It contains salt only as a consequence of the presence of sodium.
It contains only sugars naturally occurring in the vegetable.
This product is not a substitute for a balanced diet or a healthy lifestyle.
Store it in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.

To make our super concentrate, we use only non-chemical, ripe, clean fruits and vegetables that are hand-picked and processed with gentle technology that preserves the original taste and blessing of fruits and vegetables: its color, vitamins, macro- and the vast majority of trace elements and biologically active ingredients in concentrated form.

Biodegradation also makes it easier for nutrients to be absorbed, making it easier for all members of the family to stay healthy throughout the year.

THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF THE INGREDIENTS ON THE BODY

THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF THE INGREDIENTS ON THE BODY

Beetroot

Beetroot has been known as a plant with medicinal effects since time immemorial. Beetroot boosts red blood cells’ oxygen transport capacity. Its consumption supports stamina during heavy physical and/or mental stress.
It contains a wide variety of micronutrients – iron, copper, manganese, vitamins A, B6, B12 and folic acid – that are indispensable for the synthesis of red blood cells.

Carrot

The active substance of the vegetable is beta-carotene and alpha-carotene. Our body transforms alpha- and beta-carotene into vitamin A as it is needed. Vitamin A is essential to have sharp vision and healthy mucous membrane, and last but not least, it supports the immune system.

Carrot

The active substance of the vegetable is beta-carotene and alpha-carotene. Our body transforms alpha- and beta-carotene into vitamin A as it is needed. Vitamin A is essential to have sharp vision and healthy mucous membrane, and last but not least, it supports the immune system.

Cranberry

Rich in vitamin C and antioxidants. It causes hippuric acid to be produced in the body, a strong antibacterial compound in the urinary tract system, blocking the proliferation of bacteria that cause inflammations.

 

Apple

A rich source of vitamins A, B and C, an apple supplies you with folic acid, potassium and sulphur, to name but a few. Apple has a very high flavonoid content; an antioxidant bolstering the immune system, soothes inflammations and helps the body fight viruses and bacteria.

 

Apple

A rich source of vitamins A, B and C, an apple supplies you with folic acid, potassium and sulphur, to name but a few. Apple has a very high flavonoid content; an antioxidant bolstering the immune system, soothes inflammations and helps the body fight viruses and bacteria.

Elderberry

Elderberry is growing on a wild flowering plant. Its small, dark purple fruit is a commonly used plant remedy, but also an excellent ingredient to make jams or juices.
The berries are extremely rich in essential vitamins (C, A, E, B1, B2, B3), minerals, amino acids, proteins and flavonoid compounds. Its healing potential – as a general immune system and resilience booster – stems from the synergistic effect of its active substances. Elderberry promotes healthy immune reaction against unwanted organisms, especially against influenza spread by viruses A and B. As it may improve antioxidant status and the immune system, elderberry consumption has a beneficial effect on your health.

Sea buckthorn

Sea buckthorn berries are particularly rich in vitamin C — they pack 10 times the amount of vitamin C as a lemon. It also contains vitamin A, malic acid, mannitol, flavonoids, carbon-hydrates, proteins, organic acids, amino acids, vitamins – this is how this little berry makes the natural resistance of our body more efficient. 

Sea buckthorn

Sea buckthorn berries are particularly rich in vitamin C — they pack 10 times the amount of vitamin C as a lemon. It also contains vitamin A, malic acid, mannitol, flavonoids, carbon-hydrates, proteins, organic acids, amino acids, vitamins – this is how this little berry makes the natural resistance of our body more efficient.

Sour cherry

Regular sour cherry consumption contributes to the maintenance of a healthy immune system, and its antibacterial properties support the treatment of common cold.

Sour cherry

Regular sour cherry consumption contributes to the maintenance of a healthy immune system, and its antibacterial properties support the treatment of common cold.

black grapes

One of the best-known benefits of resveratrol is improved heart health. You may have read that drinking red wine helps stabilize blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, and lower your risk of heart disease. Scientists think that resveratrol, found in the skins of red and black grapes, is what gives red wine its heart-healthy properties.

Jerusalem artichoke

 

Sweet potato has a moderately low glycemic index that not only aids in the regulation of blood glucose levels but has been proven efficient in weight loss programs, therefore one may keep their type 2 diabetes in check.

Sweet potato is a great source of potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphor, iron and zink. Furthermore, it contains vitamins B1, B2, B3 and C.

Inulin is a natural soluble dietary fiber that comes from root plants, such as sweet potato and chicory. It is a carbohydrate composed of many units of fructose joined together (a polysaccharide).

Inulin does not start dissolving before it reaches the large intestines therefore it has a laxative effect. Food with inulin may cause flatulence and bloating. Thanks to the fiber content, sugar absorption is slowed down minimizing blood sugar level fluctuation, therefore it can be recommended to diabetics, athletes and those on a weight loss program.

Other health benefits are contributed to inulin, as a result, sweet potato include: intestinal flora regeneration after or during taking antibiotics or other gut issues.
It is also great for liver, spleen and pancreatic functions, for reducing blood pressure, cholesterol and triglyceride levels therefore to prevent cardiovascular diseases.