Scimera launches SciMune with Wellmune WGP

Scimera launches SciMune with Wellmune WGP

New supplement supports healthy immune function and energy levels through a unique combo of Wellmune WGP, antioxidants, herbs, vitamins and minerals.

Scimera BioScience has introduced SciMune™, a physician-formulated dietary supplement that supports healthy immune function and energy levels through a unique combination of Wellmune WGP®, antioxidants, herbals, extracts and vitamins and minerals.

Wellmune WGP is a natural and proprietary beta 1,3/1,6 glucan that is a clinically proven to boost key immune cells that help keep the body healthy. Nine clinical studies consistently demonstrate the ability of Wellmune to improve overall health, even during periods of high physical or lifestyle stress.

“Scimera BioScience is a bioceutical company based on real science and evidence-based ingredients,” Fred Chaleff, MD, founder and chief executive officer. “Wellmune was a perfect fit for us, with its human clinical studies, peer-reviewed research and natural ingredients.”

“Scimera BioScience and Biothera share a commitment to developing products backed by strong, credible science,” said Richard G. Mueller, Biothera chief executive officer. “We are pleased that Wellmune WGP has been selected as the lead ingredient in SciMune.”

SciMune contains a clinically proven efficacious serving of 300 mgs of Wellmune in vegetarian capsules. SciMune is available in convenient four-day blister packs in grocery and specialty stores in nearly all U.S. states, as well as online. SciMune is also currently sold in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean and will expand to the European market. The suggested retail price is $14.95.

“SciMune is designed to provide immune support for travelers, office workers, students and others in close contact with people,” said Dr. Chaleff. “In addition to these close-quarter situations, SciMune also delivers year-round immune support for overall health and wellness.”



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