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Answers to your most frequently asked questions about del-IMMUNE V® answered here.

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What is del-IMMUNE V®?

del-IMMUNE V® is the main ingredient in our line of all-natural supplements for humans and pets. del-IMMUNE V utilizes the power of metabiotics to provide immediate broad-spectrum immune system support while balancing and healing the gut microbiome.

How does del-IMMUNE V® work?

del-IMMUNE V® works by regulating and enhancing the immune system by initiating the production of immune mediator cells dependent on exactly what the body requires in order to maintain proper immune function and balance.

What is the appropriate dosage for del-IMMUNE V®?

Most people take one 25mg capsules per day for regular immune support and increase the dose if they start to feel sick, during cold and flu season, or during travel.

Are there other immune products like del-IMMUNE V®?

del-IMMUNE V® is the only non-prescription metabiotic health supplement supported by clinical research on the U.S. market.

Why does this bottle of del-IMMUNE V® smell earthy?

The odor does not affect the safety or effectiveness of the product.

Why take del-IMMUNE V®?

There are countless ways the body’s immune system can be compromised nowadays. When the immune system isn’t maximized, the body is at risk of acquiring a host of negative health effects, from the common cold and flu to life threatening ailments.

Should del-IMMUNE V® be taken with food?

del-IMMUNE V® can be taken on an empty or full stomach with any type of drink or food.

Can del-IMMUNE V® be taken with other medications?

Yes, del-IMMUNE V® can be taken with prescription drugs, antibiotics, and or nutritional supplements. There are no known adverse interactions between del-IMMUNE V® and prescription medications, nutritional supplements, or chemo/radiation therapies.

How quickly does del-IMMUNE V® work?

del-IMMUNE V® works immediately to start improving your immune system and gut health. Most people report feeling a change within 12-24 hours.

Is del-IMMUNE V® made in the USA, GMP Certified, Vegan, Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, Dairy-Free?

Yes, del-IMMUNE V® is made in the USA, GMP Certified, Vegan, Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, and Dairy-Free.

Are there any side effects when taking del-IMMUNE V®?

Because the product is manufactured from a natural, beneficial probiotic, side effects are extremely rare. A mega dose may cause slight gastric upset.

What is the shelf-life for del-IMMUNE V®?

The shelf life is two years from the manufacture date which is printed on the bottle.

Who should not take del-IMMUNE V®?

Individuals who’ve had an organ transplant should avoid the product. Individuals who have an abnormally exaggerated immune system response such as those with Multiple Sclerosis or Systemic Lupis Erythematosus can use del-IMMUNE V® for short periods o

Can a person undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiation treatment take del-IMMUNE V®?

Yes, our customers undergoing such treatments tell us it makes them feel better, recover faster and gives them more energy. Scientific studies show improvement in energy, less change in blood profile, and protection against many adverse side effects

Can children take del-IMMUNE V®?

Yes, children of all ages can take del-IMMUNE V®. Many customers give the product to children by opening the capsule and putting the contents in juice or yogurt.

Does del-IMMUNE V® need to be refrigerated?

No, while del-IMMUNE V® is made from live probiotic cells, it does not contain live cells and therefore does not require refrigeration.

Can del-IMMUNE V® be given to pets?

Yes, most people give pets 1 - 4 capsules per day based on body weight or have seen added benefits by using our pet products which combine del-IMMUNE V® with other immune and gut health oriented ingredients.

Doesn't L. rhamnosus refer to Lactobacillus rhamnosus? Why am I now seeing it referred to as Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus?

Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus is the new taxonomic classification for Lactobacillus rhamnosus that was adopted by the industry during the spring of 2020. Since the nomenclature is new, you will likely see L.rhamnosus referred to both ways.