Kordel's BEWELL is a healthy drop, contains low calorie – 10 kcal per drop, low sugar – 1.5g per drop (1/3 teaspoon of sugar= 6kcal only), with no artificial sweetener. It is natural, safe and can be taken daily by all age group. Kordel's BEWELL is made with Wellmune®, presented in a convenient form-peppermint drop. Clinical researches have demonstrated consistent results across a broad range of consumers including children, older adults, athletes and individuals experiencing stress in enhancing immune system to combat cold and relieves symptoms related to cold, such as cough, sneezing, running nose and throat irritation. It gives the immediate throat soothing effect as well.
Our Patented Ingredient
Among all the natural nutrients known to activate the innate immune system, the best documented and most effective are the 1-3, 1-6 beta glucans, generally derived from baker’s yeast. Wellmune®, a yeast beta 1,3-1,6 glucan, patented for its extraction process and the proprietary strain of baker’s yeast, is clinically proven to enhance the immune system. Wellmune® 1-3, 1-6 beta glucans have the ability to fight against infections and boost immunity in children. A clinical study completed in China demonstrated that there are lesser children getting respiratory tract infections and lesser sick days among children on Wellmune® 1-3, 1-6 beta glucans. Wellmune® primes the neutrophils, which are the most abundant immune cells in the body. It makes them active and ready to work faster to kill foreign pathogens. Once Wellmune® ingested, it is taken up by one of the innate immune cells- macrophages and brought to immune organs located throughout the body such as spleen, thymus, lymph nodes. Wellmune® is then broken down into smaller fragments and bind to neutrophils via CR3 receptor. By taking Wellmune®, the neutrophils are provided with the missing element they need to trigger the neutrophil’s natural killing mechanism. Thus, by taking Wellmune®, the neutrophils are provided with the missing element they need to trigger the neutrophil’s natural killing mechanism.