Cellcore Biosciences IS-BOOST
IS-BOOST combines a blend of 14 herbs, including cilantro leaf, dandelion root, licorice root, oregano leaf, pau d’arco bark, and thyme leaf.
Together, these herbs support healthy bile flow, immunity, optimal digestive function, and the body’s natural detoxification processes.
The liquid tincture format promotes faster absorption and maximum potency, as well as allows for customized dosing. As a concentrated tincture, IS-BOOST has higher potency than capsules.
Sometimes your health regime needs a fresh way to push you forward--a new way to enhance detox. That push is what IS-BOOST provides. It enhances and supports what you are already doing, taking you to the next level in your healing journey. IS-BOOST is a combination of 14 herbs that provide strong antioxidants to fight free radicals, spark liver function, and lower inflammation. IS-BOOST is a liquid, making it easy to take while keeping you in control of dosing.
What’s the difference between IS-BOOST, IS-BART, IS-BORR, and IS-BAB?
IS-BAB, IS-BART, and IS-BORR contain different blends of herbs to support immunity and target certain areas of wellness.* Immune BOOST is an all-around immune system support tincture that works in conjunction with the other three tinctures in the IS-line.
Can I take IS-BOOST in the same glass of water as IS-BART, IS-BORR, or IS-BAB?
Yes. IS-BOOST can be mixed with any of our other immune support supplements and taken in the same glass of water.
Can IS-BOOST cause detox symptoms?
IS-BOOST supports the body’s natural ability to detoxify.* You may experience mild detox reactions and symptoms while promoting the body’s natural detox processes, such as fatigue or headaches. If this happens, consult with your healthcare practitioner.
Can IS-BOOST be taken with food, or can it be taken without?
IS-BOOST can be taken with or without food. For maximum potency, we recommend taking it on an empty stomach (which is 20-30 minutes before meals or two hours after a meal).
Does IS-BOOST interact with medication?
Always consult your doctor or a licensed healthcare practitioner when introducing a new supplement to your routine. As a general guideline, it’s recommended to take all supplements at least two hours away from prescription medications.