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CV ACUTE INTENSIVE IMMUNE SUPPORT

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CV ACUTE INTENSIVE IMMUNE SUPPORT

Non-CBD Formula

Price reduced from $34.99 to
50% Off Now: Starting at $17.49

Quality. Trust. Efficacy.

Help protect yourself and your loved ones from immune challenges with effective botanical immune support from CV Sciences.*

What is CV Immunity?

Learned from nature and refined by science, we created highly effective immunity products to help our customers and their families as they face tough immune challenges. The CV Immunity line of products includes CV Defense for daily immune support and CV Acute for rapid recovery from immune threats.*

What’s in CV Immunity?

These clinically supported formulas feature active ingredients to support your immune system when you need it most. The formulas and ingredients we use in our CV Immunity products have been thoroughly researched for both safety and efficacy.

CV Defense formula includes:

  • PEA
  • Organic reishi mushroom extract
  • Vitamins A and D Selenium Zinc

CV Acute formula includes:

  • Honeysuckle
  • Baikal skullcap
  • Forsythia

See product label for complete ingredients.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease

Immune Support FAQs

Below are some common questions we hear frequently asked, regarding Immune Support.

No. Unlike our +PlusCBD line, our CV Immunity products contain no CBD.
With ingredients used since antiquity in natural medicine, this combination of the fruit of forsythia, the flower of honeysuckle, and the root of skullcap was formulated as a powerful combination during the reemergence of traditional Chinese medicine in a modern context. Referred to as Shuanghuanglian or SHL, studies suggest that the botanicals in this formula support direct antiviral, immunomodulatory, and inflammation-regulating effects.
Yes, the formulas and ingredients in the CV Immunity line have been thoroughly researched to verify their safety when used as directed. As always, we do not recommend these for women who are pregnant or who wish to become pregnant – and we always advise that you talk to your doctor before starting any new herbal supplement.
Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) is one of the oldest and most well researched natural products that balances inflammation and protects the immune system. But you may never have heard about it – even as its poised to become the next CBD. Why? Because this story contains a mystery – one that leads to another mystery. Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) is a naturally occurring fatty acid amide that is produced in humans and other mammals. PEA has been shown to bind to the cannabinoid receptor type 1 (CB1), as well as the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor alpha (PPAR-alpha), and has a range of biological activities including analgesia, potential anti-inflammatory effects, potential neuroprotection, and support with modulation of the immune system.

PEA has also been proposed as a novel treatment for chronic pain, neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia, and other conditions associated with inflammation and aberrant central nervous system function.
Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) is a chemical made from fat. It is found naturally in foods such as egg yolks and peanuts, and in the human body. Palmitoylethanolamide is a natural fatty acid that is found in many plants and animals. It is made from palmitic acid and ethanolamine.
That’s why CV Sciences based our Acute immune formula on the three plants found in the Traditional Chinese Medicine known as Shuang Huang Lian (SHL). It’s a combination that goes far back into history: the fruit of the forsythia, the flower of the honeysuckle, and the root of the Baikal skullcap. But it’s also been studied clinically with modern methods and proven itself as a great boon in enhancing the strength of the immune system. Furthermore, scientists have done deep dives on the various active ingredients in these plants – and all together, the evidence adds up to say that the SHL formula in our CV Acute is just the thing to take just as you’re starting to not feel well.
It’s a combination that goes far back into history: the fruit of the forsythia, the flower of the honeysuckle, and the root of the Baikal skullcap. Shuanghuanglian is a traditional Chinese medicine that has been used for over 1,000 years to treat a variety of conditions. It is made from the dried root of the plant Tripterygium wilfordii Hook. f., and contains a variety of compounds including alkaloids, flavonoids, phenolics, and terpenes.

It has been traditionally used to treat conditions such as cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, and liver diseases, but there is limited scientific evidence to support its use for these conditions. Shuanghuanglian appears to have some anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, but more research is needed to determine its safety and efficacy.
Selenium is the fifth ingredient in CV Defense. It’s a mineral, it’s a micronutrient that also has a variety of different roles in the body, it’s found in nuts and meat and eggs. A deficiency of selenium like zinc may decrease immune function and predispose humans to infections. It is also a cofactor for a very important antioxidant enzyme called glutathione peroxide. Selenium can enhance immune function, it has anti-viral activity, and when supplemented in people with deficiencies, it can help reduce the risk of infection. The authors of this 2008 publication state that the notion that zinc boosts the immune system has been supported by studies. They also say that limited data from studies in humans suggests that selenium supplementation may enhance immunity both humoral or adaptive and cell mediated or innate responses. And then a different publication from 1990 reports that supplementation in the presence of a deficiency has a positive effect upon humeral or adaptive responses this is that antibody response.
Selenium can enhance immune function, it has anti-viral activity, and when supplemented in people with deficiencies, it can help reduce the risk of infection. The authors of this 2008 publication state that the notion that zinc boosts the immune system has been supported by studies. They also say that limited data from studies in humans suggests that selenium supplementation may enhance immunity both humoral or adaptive and cell mediated or innate responses. And then a different publication from 1990 reports that supplementation in the presence of a deficiency has a positive effect upon humeral or adaptive responses this is that antibody response