Bimunal Imuno – an advanced formula of Bimunal, for stronger and better immunity

The formula of the favourite syrup Bimunal has now been advanced. It is called Bimunal Imuno. After extensive research by our scientific development team, we have discovered and packed everything you need for your child’s strong immune system in a bottle of syrup.

Bimunal Imuno – an advanced formula of Bimunal, for stronger and better immunity

The new Bimunal Imuno, with as much as 50% more black elderberry extract, is even more effective against viruses and bacteria. Thanks to a new and original combination of natural ingredients with improved effects, the syrup more strongly activates the immune system and stimulates it to respond adequately.

The new ingredient in Bimunal Imuno syrup is Baobab superfood, which, thanks to its unique nutritional composition, is a natural and organic source of a high concentration of vitamins, minerals and probiotics. With its strong effect combined with the extract of black elderberry, it protects children’s immune systems even more effectively. 

Thanks to the improved formula of Bimunal Imuno syrup, the absorption and utilization of this unique combination of ingredients is even better. With as much as 50% more black elderberry extract, it is even more effective against viruses – it blocks the binding of the virus to the cell, the entry of the virus into the cell and its further reproduction. 

Bimunal Imuno, now in a 300ml package, as a natural source of high concentrations of vitamins and minerals, stimulates and strengthens the immune system and protects against bacteria and viruses.

Bimunal is now stronger – and so are you! 

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Black elderberry and its effect on viruses

Black elderberry and its effect on viruses

Namely, scientific research has shown how elderberry fruit extract can work by preventing the virus from entering the cell, while activating the immune system to respond adequately. Studies have shown that elderberry can block the replication of the virus, even after the virus enters the cell, at different stages of viral infection.

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