Bio Defense

Designed to rid your body of the after effects of toxic buildup, Bio-Defense is formulated with natural ingredients including Nigella Sativa (Black Cumin Seed Oil), Mentha Spicata (Spearmint), Mentha Piperita (Peppermint), Cyatheales, Dicksoniaceae and Cyatheaceae.

This unique formula combats bacteria, parasites, and fungal infections within the body, functioning as a natural cleanse. Unlike synthetic and potentially harmful solutions, Bio-Defense is entirely natural and non-addictive, allowing for worry-free usage as needed.


It detoxes parasites and their eggs: It is essential that you detox your body of parasites and their eggs for overall wellness. Bio-Defense is crafted to thoroughly target and eliminate these parasites, supporting optimal health. It also is formulated to address candida overgrowth and other fungi, helping to restore balance and support the body’s natural detoxification process.


  • Nigella Sativa (Black Cumin): Known for its antifungal properties[i], it combats pathogens including bacteria[ii], viruses[iii], fungi[iv], and yeasts[v], and inhibits cancer cell proliferation[vi][vii][viii]. It has proven effective against H5N1 (bird flu)[ix][x].
  • Mentha Spicata (Spearmint): This ingredient offers potent antimicrobial[xi][xii] and antioxidant[xiii][xiv] properties, effectively combating bacterial infections and providing antioxidant support.
  • Mentha Piperita (Peppermint): With bactericidal activity[xv] and the ability to inactivate E. coli[xvi], peppermint is beneficial against bacterial infections including Staphylococcus aureus. It has also been found effective against various viruses, including Avian Influenza Virus (bird flu)[xvii].
  • Cyatheales: Shown to support wound healing, antioxidant, HSP70 up-regulation, Bax protein down-regulation and reduce mucus production[xviii][xix].
  • Dicksoniaceae: has been used worldwide for support against osteoporosis, cardiovascular diseases, asthma and skin diseases[xx][xxi].
  • Cyatheaceae: Ferns of the genus Cyathea are often used in traditional medicine for the treatment of skin, kidney, and eye infections and even for degenerative diseases, such as cancer and diabetes[xxii]. It has also been used as an antimicrobial agent against multidrug resistant organisms[xxiii].

Who Is It For? Bio-Defense is suitable for anyone, regardless of age, struggling with bacteria, fungi, and candida. It is ideal for those who prefer to support their immune system naturally in combating pathogens.

It is 100% Vegan, gluten-free, no-additives, filler or preservatives.


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