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St. Francis Herb Farm's Deep Immune for Kids was born out of a need to help prevent your children from getting sick. As the saying goes, prevention is worth a pound of cure. The founders of St. Francis Herb Farm, Monique and Jeremy, were creators, herbalists, and entrepreneurs, but they were parents first. They are excited to share this with all of you mothers, fathers, uncles and aunts who all have much more enjoyable things to do in life with your little loved ones.
Recommended Dose: Children (2-4 years): 0.75-1mL (22-30 drops) twice daily in a little water or juice on an empty stomach. Children (5-9 years) 1-1.5mL (30-45 drops) twice daily in a little water or juice on an empty stomach. Children & Adolescents (10-14 years): 2-3mL (60-90 drops) twice daily in a little water or juice on an empty stomach. Adults & Adolescents (15+): 4.5-6mL (135-180 drops) twice daily in a little water or juice on an empty stomach.
Ingredients: Astragalus*, Codonopsis*, Distilled Water, Alcohol*, Sweet Whey*, Vegetable Glycerine*. *Organic Cautions and Warnings: Consult a health care practitioner before use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or if you have an autoimmune disorder. Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms worsen or persist. Keep away from children. Do not use if seal is broken. Store at room temperature.
St. Francis Herb Farm
St. Francis Herb Farm began nearly 30 years ago with a young family, a small farm and a simple idea: to craft herbal medicines using traditional methods that have been used for hundreds of years, because that’s the way that yields the best results. The company was founded by Monique and Jeremy Rivett-Carnac, who built a business that is respected for its integrity, and for the care and intention it brings to every step of the process to create products that work really well. Today, their son and daughter-in-law Paul and Caitlin Rivett-Carnac are the new owners of St. Francis Herb Farm. They’re proud to continue building on that foundation—a young family, a small farm, and that same simple idea—for the next generation.