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EuroPharma launches Bacteril for immunity

EuroPharma launches Bacteril for immunity
Combining the highly concentrated oils of cinnamon, thyme, clove and oregano, Bacteril is now available and sold exclusively under the Terry Naturally brand.

EuroPharma Inc., maker of the Terry Naturally® brands of products, has announced the launch of a new product for immune health: Bacteril™. Bacteril is a powerful defense for daily challenges. 

“We put together Bacteril for a variety of situations—hectic travel, long hours at work, new foods—situations that require greater levels of immune support,” states Terry Lemerond, president and founder of EuroPharma Inc., “I am impressed with how differently concentrated plant oils work in the body compared to other kinds of extracts. Not only are these oils very strong, they contain compounds not always found in other herbal products.” 

“Older health interventions have created a very different world with regards to our immune system. We see resistance every day. Natural products can facilitate proper immune function and do not create these problems. Each of the ingredients in Bacteril acts on specific health targets, and they do so safely and effectively,” states Cheryl Myers, chief of scientific affairs and education for EuroPharma Inc. 

Combining the four highly concentrated oils of cinnamon, thyme, clove and oregano, Bacteril is now available and sold exclusively in the Terry Naturally brand and is available in quality health food stores and integrative pharmacies nationwide. Botanical oils can be up to 100 times more concentrated than dry plant extracts. 

 

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