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Get an Immune System Boost with Wellness Formula

Updated on August 12, 2014

A Step Toward Better Health

I have wanted to write a review for Wellness Formula ever since I first started using it because, well, it’s just been such an amazing blessing!

For the last four years my partner, Chad, and I have been taking it on a daily basis to help support our immune system function and fight off many common illnesses including cold and even the flu. We haven’t had so much as a sore throat since. Honest to God! I would bet my paycheck on it!

One thing you should know is that we don’t like popping pills, so we’re not big fans of prescription meds and the like, and we can even be pretty skeptical when it comes to natural supplements. However, back in 2010 Chad got really sick with multiple symptoms including fever, vomiting, diarrhea, tremors, cold sweats, you name it. And he never gets sick like that!

We didn’t have insurance at the time, so I posted a status on Facebook asking friends if they could make some reasonable suggestions. One friend immediately commented back, highly recommending Wellness Formula. In fact, he used all caps and lots of punctuation, if I remember correctly. I figured at around $20 for 180 tablets it was cheaper than a doctor’s visit, so I went out and picked up a bottle.

The directions recommend taking 3 tablets every three hours at the first signs of imbalances in your well-being. I did this, and within 36 hours Chad’s symptoms had vastly improved and he was able to eat and drink normally. 48 hours later he was back to work and good as new. For wellness maintenance we take 2 tablets a day to keep our immune systems strong.

Best health investment we’ve ever made!

So what is Wellness Formula?

Wellness Formula is an herbal supplement that is made up of various plants, herbs, and vitamins for immune system support and overall well-being. It’s a product that packs a powerful punch neatly contained within a small pill. It conveniently eliminates the need to take any other multivitamin, and offers the many health benefits of ginger root, echinacea, garlic bulb, and a solid list of others.

This product comes in two forms, as capsules or tablets. I highly recommend the tablet form as it seems to have a much more noticeable impact on health than the capsules. That’s just my experience, but others have claimed that as well. The tablets will be brown, spotted, and have a strong aroma. That is normal and they won’t make you smell bad. They also have a slightly bitter taste, but as long as you swallow them with water and don’t chew them, you’ll be fine. You may also want to take them after eating or right before, otherwise it might upset your stomach.

Another thing to consider is this, in some reviews people have been complaining about the ingredient amounts being cut down in different versions of this product. There is the California version, which is the one I normally buy online, and non-California version. I have to be honest, I really don't know what all that is about. I haven't noticed any problems with ingredient amounts on my bottles.

Is This Vitamin Health Supplement Safe?

This is an over the counter supplement, so as long as you are in good general health and have no immune disorders, I would have no reason to think otherwise. However, I’m not a doctor, just a guy who does a lot of research into natural remedies and cures for common illnesses, as well as the not so common ones. I have spoken with my doctor about all of the supplements I take and so far he approves.

His name is Dr. Sam Russo, he is a doctor of Naturopathic Medicine with a broad knowledge of natural remedies and acupuncture techniques. I would recommend talking with your own primary care doctor first before taking any supplement or vitamin, just to be sure you are not allergic to any of the ingredients and that it won't interfere with anything you might currently be taking.

Keep in mind, this is not a magical cure-all pill, but it does strengthen your immune system and help support it. Support is the key word here. When used properly, in addition to a reasonable diet and regular exercise, you will notice that you are not getting sick as often and you won't catch that bug that's going around as easily as you might have before.

© 2014 Jon Stoll

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