Clinically Proven CV Acute Immune Support

Posted By admin On October 1, 2021

Clinical Trials Prove this Product is Effective Against Viruses including  Covid-19.

The season for bugs and flu symptoms is here, and because many illnesses mirror the symptoms of covid-19, it’s essential to be proactive and support your immune system. Suzanne’s Natural Foods has a new product that every home needs in their medicine cabinet right nowCV Acute has been shown effective in multiple clinical trials, including current viruses like Covid-19.  We are incredibly impressed, and we know you will be too!

If Traditional Chinese Medicine intrigues you, but you don’t know where to begin, you’ll be happy to know that CV Sciences have made it easy for you.  They combined three of the most thoroughly studied plants that support the immune system, all in one product.

  • the fruit of the forsythia
  • the flower of the honeysuckle
  • the root of the Baikal skullcap


CV Acute was designed as intense support when the body’s immune system needs additional help. CV Acute is a Super-Protector based on an old tradition and verified by the latest scientific methods. This berry flavored liquid herbal supplement is taken three times a day for three consecutive days to see maximum results. The clinical study revealed,

“Analysis of chest computed tomography images showed that treatment with high-dose SHL significantly promoted absorption of inflammatory focus of pneumonia, which was evaluated by density reduction of inflammatory focus from baseline, at day 7.”

Coupled with rest, hydration, and a healthy diet, it can make a profound difference in just a few days. But, of course, it’s always recommended to consult your doctor immediately when you feel ill.

Based in Canada, CV Science is obsessive about plant sourcing, meeting their strict quality standards to ensure you get the highest quality ingredients without heavy metals found in other products.

Let’s look at what makes CV Acute stand above other products.  Below is an excerpt from the CV Science website regarding the plants that make up Shuanghuanglian (the three ingredients combined in CV Acute).

Ingredients (copied from CV Sciences CV Acute Information)

Forsythia suspensa (Forsythia fruit)
Forsythia has been used in China for over 4,000 years and is considered one of the 50 fundamental herbs of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

The fruit is a bitter, astringent herb that stimulates the heart and nervous system. In traditional Chinese medicine prescriptions, forsythia fruit exhibits heat-clearing and detoxifying effects, and actions on the lung meridian support its anti-inflammatory effects.

In the 2015 edition of the Chinese Pharmacopoeia, 114 Chinese medicinal preparations containing forsythia fruit are listed. The relation between ancient uses and peer-reviewed science is strong.

In modern research, more than 200 compounds have been separated and identified from the fruit of Forsythia suspensa. Lignans and phenylethanoid glycosides are considered as the characteristic constituents of this herb, such as forsythiaside, forsythin, rutin, and phillygenin.

Lonicera japonica (Honeysuckle flower)
This classic twining vine of Asia has spread around the world, and the sweet nectar at the bottom of the flower makes it a perennial favorite of schoolchildren.

The most authoritative book on Traditional Chinese Medicine, Bencao Gangmu (Compendium of Materia Medica), first published in 1593, recorded that honeysuckle flower could be applied to clear away the heat-evil, treat swellings and dysentery, protect the body and prolong life. Interestingly, modern science confirmed the last point when it found that the roundworm C. elegans, when given an extract of honeysuckle flower, lived 20% longer.

It’s been found to positively modulate the immune system in mice. In addition, one of its major components, chlorogenic acid, has been proven to play an essential role in anti-aging and health span promotion.

More than 200 compounds, such as flavonoids, organic acid, iridoids, saponins, and volatile oil, have been identified in the honeysuckle flower. These active ingredients significantly contribute to its excellent function in the clinic. Phenolic acids, especially chlorogenic acid and caffeic acid, are regarded as the main anti-inflammatory active ingredients. In addition, flavonoids act as antioxidants.

Scutellaria baicalensis (Baikal skullcap root)
It’s telling that the first Google result for this plant is a report by Sloan Kettering, one of the world’s premier hospitals. When Western doctors are as enthusiastic about a plant as Eastern practitioners, you know there’s fire there.

Described medicinally in the earliest systematic summary of Chinese herbal medicine, the Shennong Bencaojing, also known as The Classic of Herbal Medicine, Baikal skullcap root was noted for its beneficial effects on the liver and the lungs. In China, Scutellaria baicalensis is still an essential traditional Chinese medicine with the functions of clearing away heat and dampness, purging fire, and detoxification. In the most recent edition of the official Chinese Pharmacopoeia, over 180 prescriptions contain Baikal skullcap root.

So far, over 40 compounds have been isolated and identified from Scutellaria baicalensis, including flavonoids, terpenoids, volatile oils, and polysaccharides. The compounds and extracts isolated from Scutellaria baicalensis exhibit a wide range of pharmacological activities, including effects on the nervous system, the immune system, and the liver, as well as and protection from microbes. Widely studied for its protective effects on the brain, it’s even helped improve mice’s memory in preclinical studies. It’s also an antioxidant often used traditionally against infections.


Now that you know how CV Acute can help your immune system battle viruses stop by and stock up.  This fantastic immune system support liquid has everything you need to feel better in days.  And don’t forget to incorporate a healthy diet, exercise, and plenty of sleep!  We hope to see you soon.  You have questions, and Suzanne’s has answers…Naturally!

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