Formerly “Vitamin C & Lysine,” we opted to go full fury and create a proprietary formula to protect the body cells against oxidative damages and to contribute to a normal functioning of the immune system. ViruTech is a skilfully selected combination of nutrients, most of which has gone through the gauntlet of clinical research.
L-Lysine, an essential amino acid, forms the base of this blend along with perhaps the most famous immune supplement, Vitamin C. Rounding out this formula is a stack that includes quercetin and alpha lipoic acid.
What is the difference between Shroom TECH Immune and ViruTech?
While both ViruTech and Shroom TECH Immune contribute to a normal functioning immune function, they vary greatly in both philosophy and mechanism of action. Shroom TECH Immune is a food based formula that harnesses the power of micronized mushrooms. ViruTech is a targeted compound-based supplement that works with the body to help improve the immune system. Because of this, we recommend taking both of these formulas in tandem.
Quercetin is an antioxidant found in fruits and vegetables. Especially capers and lovage contain high concentrations of this substance. .
Lysine is an essential amino acid. Lysine is found in large quantities in catfish, beef, chicken and lentils.
Alpha-Lipoic Acid is a sulphurlike substance with antioxidant properties, derived from octanoic acid. Small amounts of lipoic acid are found in green vegetables such as broccoli. Alpha-Lipoic Acid is soluble in both water and fat.
Selenium contributes to a normal functioning of the immune system and contributes to the protection of body cells against oxidative damage. In addition, Selenium contributes to processes in the thyroid, the hair, the skin and to spermatogenesis.
Zinc is an important micronutrient and has a myriad of benefits for the body. Zinc contributes to the functioning of the immune system and provides protection against oxidative damage but also plays a role in the healthy cell division process and in the synthesis and conversion of proteins, carbohydrates, fats and nucleic acids.
Vitamin C contributes to the protection of cells against oxidative damage and contributes to a normal functioning of the immune system.