We know you want to be sure you’re actually going to absorb all of this goodness, which is why all of our formulations are 100% free from bulking agents, colours and artificial preservatives, and we only ever use the most bio-available form of each vitamin and mineral.
Alongside traditional vitamins and minerals, our experts have also chosen to include our cleanse complex to help your body target the elimination of toxins, as well as krill oil to contribute towards your daily intake of omega
The products in the Immunity+ Packs are best on the advice from our medical experts on what is most likely to help boost your immunity levels. Much of the research is based on what is known to help boost immunity (and if you do get sick, minimize the impact of illness). For example:
- Vitamin D appears to be helpful in upper respiratory infections.
- Vitamin C. Is in a number of trials in China and South Korea to help Corona patients
- Quercetin is also in trials of treating Corona Patients in China.
- Hydration is key to maintain proper immune function.
- Multi-Vitamin is an insurance policy to make sure you don’t have any deficits.
- Propolis has been used for centuries to help protect your throat and prevent antibodies and infections from entering your body.
ORGANIC FARM ENHANCER
Organic farm products is an essential element for the growth of microorganisms in the soil, and is decomposed into inorganic fertilizer as the microorganisms grow.
organic farm enhancers comprise a variety of plant-derived materials that range from fresh or dried plant material to animal manures and litters to agricultural by-products The nutrient content of organic farm enhancer varies greatly among source materials, and readily biodegradable materials make better nutrient sources. Nitrogen and phosphorus content is lower, often substantially lower, in organic farm enhancer compared to chemical products. Moisture content is another factor that reduces or dilutes the nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations of organic products. Thus, it can be cost ineffective to transport high-moisture organic farm products long distances. However, use of locally available sources is perfectly reasonable if its use is consistent with the production strategy. Nutrient value of animal manures is more variable than that of agricultural by-products. The animal’s diet, the use and type of bedding material, manure age, and how it was stored are factors that affect manure nutrient value; these factors can vary seasonally on and among farms, and regionally or on a larger geographic scale. In contrast, nutrient content of agricultural by-products is less variable but can be affected by the industrial process used to produce the by-product. However, it always is advisable to analytically determine the nutrient content of the organic farm products.
The organic carbon content of organic farm enhancer can be of equal or greater importance than its nitrogen and phosphorus contents. Application of organic product promotes increases in heterotrophic bacterial biomass, which stimulates other secondary productivity and mineralizes nutrients to stimulate primary productivity . Furthermore, through respiration the increased bacterial population generates carbon dioxide, which increases dissolved inorganic carbon available to phytoplankton, dissolves limestone to increase pond total alkalinity, and can moderate increases in pH during periods of intense photosynthesis. Also through respiration, the bacterial population consumes oxygen and heavy applications of organic matter can result in low predawn pond dissolved oxygen concentration. However, organic matter decomposition and nutrient mineralization occurs over days in contrast to immediate nutrient availability from organic farm enhancer.
Application of organic farm enhancer to ponds depends on the product form and moisture content. The recommended application method for fresh animal manure, for example, cattle, swine, is to make a manure–water slurry that is splashed over the pond surface. Poultry litter can be applied by broadcasting over the ponds surface. Poultry litter bedding material such as wood chips/shaving or rice hulls, as opposed to sawdust, can decompose and accumulate on the pond bottom, which is undesirable. Agricultural by-products, for example, alfalfa meal, rice bran, can be broadcast over the pond surface along the windward bank or mixed with water to make a slurry that is splashed over the pond surface.