Tibet IMUN Caps

Tibet IMUN Caps | 60 cps

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A combination of natural extracts considered to be the holy grail of immunity: Tibetan sea buckthorn, oyster mushroom and colostrum.
- Dietary Supplement -

Plant capsules enclose a unique combination of natural substances that are considered essential immunity boosters: dried extracts of oyster mushrooms and fruits of the Tibetan sea buckthorn, bovine colostrum and Vitamin C.

The natural ingredients contained in Tibet Imun caps have the following positive benefits for human health:

  • Support the proper functioning of the immune system
  • Help reduce fatigue and exhaustion
  • Have a positive effect on the proper heart function and the cardiovascular system
  • Promote healthy sleep and contribute to normal mental activity
  • Have antioxidant effects and have a positive effect on the overall condition of the body

Ingredients 1 capsule: oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) extract 200 mg, organic Tibetan sea buckthorn extract (Hippophae tibetana) 100 mg, bovine colostrum 100 mg, herbal capsule (HPMC), vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid) 20 mg, ie 25% RDI*, filler - vegetable magnesium stearate (10 mg), filler - silica
* RDI - Reference Daily Intake

Recommended Dosage: 2 capsules twice a day

Warning: Not intended for children under 3 years. During pregnancy and lactation consult your doctor before use. Dietary supplements are not intended to be used as a substitute for a balanced diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage! Store in a dry place, out of direct sunlight, at a temperature of 10-25 ° C. Keep out of reach of children.

Net package weight: 30 g


Plant (vegan) capsules enclose an optimal combination of dried extracts of oyster mushrooms and fruits of the alpine Tibetan sea buckthorn, bovine colostrum and vitamin C.

These ingredients have been used for centuries not only in Himalayan medicine for their significant stimulation of the immune system, but they have also found their way into the traditional folk medicine of Western civilizations, where their benefits have been passed down from generation to generation. Last but not least, they have also become an integral part of modern medicine, which increasingly returns to the wisdom of these age-old ingredients. 

Oyster Mushroom
Oyster mushroom is one of the treasures of traditional Chinese medicine. While Eastern healers have been using it for centuries, the Western world did not discover it until the second half of the 20th century.

The high content of biologically active substances contained in oyster mushrooms, in combination with important minerals, vitamins and trace elements, has a positive benefit for the human body.

Sea Buckthorn
Tibetan sea buckthorn is generally classified among the superfoods. This is not a fixed classification, but supoerfoods are generally understood as nutritionally rich foods full of vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants and nutrients of plant origin.

The name of this super berry comes from the ancient Greek Hippophae, which means glittering horse. The ancient Greeks already discovered the beneficial effects of sea buckthorn, as the horses that grazed in areas with a high incidence of sea buckthorn were well built with healthy, well-built and had shiny coats.

The original sea buckthorn variety has been used in Ayurvedic and Tibetan medicine for thousands of years and is often called the plant of the future. Sea buckthorn fruits have always been widely used in the Himalayan regions, especially to support immunity, for proper digestion and to suppress the feeling of fatigue and exhaustion.

Even modern medicine increasingly uses this beneficial plant, as sea buckthorn supports the immune system.  In addition, regular use of sea buckthorn contributes to the normal function of the skin, cardiovascular system, digestive system and the prostate.


Bovine Colostrum
Colostrum can be characterized as primary milk that is excreted during the first 48 hours after each mammal’s birth. It is formed in the mother's body at the end of pregnancy and precedes the production of breast milk. Colostrum contains an important complex of nutrients, and, thanks to its extraordinary composition and beneficial effects, it is completely unique and is considered a gift of life.

Bovine (cow) colostrum is the most similar to human colostrum, with a composition match of up to 99%. However, the antibody content in bovine colostrum is multiple times higher than in human colostrum due to the importance of bovine colostrum for the immunity of newborn calves. They do not obtain immunoglobulins from their mothers during pregnancy (i.e. by transplacental transmission), but only after birth from colostrum through intestinal absorption. Newborn calves are born completely without immunity and without this allotment of colostrum would die within a few hours.

Bovine colostrum is completely safe, compared to milk it contains only trace amounts of lactose, and therefore, it is well tolerated by people with lactose intolerance (milk intolerance).

Vitamin C
The contribution of Vitamin C to human health is generally well known and documented. Its main benefits include reducing fatigue and exhaustion, supporting the proper functioning of the immune system, supporting the normal functioning of the nervous system and protecting the cells of the human body from oxidative stress.