KinderImmun consists of various natural and valuable ingredients for a healthy immune system. To boost immune response, Dr Wolz Research has developed an immune combination for the whole family, pregnant women and nursing mothers. Child-Immune Dr Wolz is recommended in times of overexertion and as children are growing up. Vitamin D is needed for healthy growth and healthy bone development in children.
Yeast supports the immune system and contributes to a balanced metabolism
Bifido Bacteria-Scientific studies have shown that the intestinal flora of breastfed babies contains 95% of Bifido Bacteria. Breastfed babies are therefore less vulnerable to diseases and viruses. With these findings, experts now recommend an intestinal flora with a high-grade Bifido Bacteria to enhance the overall health and protection of babies and children.
Vitamin C from acerola -The powder from acerola cherry juice contains a high degree of naturally sourced vitamin C.
Colostrum concentrate from New Zealand
Inulin acts as a nutrient for the lactobacilli.
The selected B-complex vitamins - including folic acid - give additional support and usefully supplement the immune active complex.
The valuable beta-glucans originate from yeast for normal immune system function for healthy growth and bone development in children
Vitamin D- Important for normal growth and development of bones in children. Additionally, vitamin D has other regulating and supporting effects for the human body. It is also named sun-vitamin.
Active Substances: Inulin, Glucans, Acerola Juice powder, Colostrum concentrate, Zinc yeast, Bifidobacterium longum
- Children aged 2-3 years: 1 scoop
- Children aged 4-6 years: 2 scoops
- Over 7 years of age: 3 scoops
The powder mixed with a cold drink or yoghurt (high temperature reduces the effectiveness of the formulation)
The package contains a scoop.
Package includes 35g of powder.
1 scoop = 1g powder KinderImmun
Pack enough for 35 servings (days) for children aged 2-3 years; for about 17 days in the case of children of 4-6 years of age or at approximately 11 days of treatment for children older than 7 years.