Boost Your Body’s Immune Engine and reduce Stress & Anxiety with 
Inzpire Health 

At Inzpire we combined manufacturing, market, and consumer expertise allowing us the capabilities of producing high quality, safe and impactful products that have real benefits to improve our consumer’s quality of health.

 

Our brands Inzpire Gen Immune CDZ and CeeBeDo support your current lifestyle.

 

 

IS YOUR BODYS IMMUNE ENGINE STILL IN TOP GEAR?

 

Immune CDZ is the unique formulation that helps you keep your foot on your immunity pedal without breaking the bank!

 

Inzpire Gen Immune CDZ is a mul-substance health supplement specifically formulated to give the essential benefits of two immune-boosting vitamins, and a mineral to promote good immunity and general health. Immune CDZ is an essential combination of Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, and Zinc.

 

Vitamin C is an immune antioxidant that helps with the proper functioning of the immune system and helps to alleviate the symptoms associated with colds and flu. Vitamin C helps to reduce the severity of symptoms and shorten the duration of colds. 1,2 The bottom line is vitamin C works at every stage of your immune system’s fight against colds and flu and supports a healthy immune engine.

Vitamin D3 helps to produce a wide range of immune-enhancing effects and offers protection against upper respiratory infections.3

Zinc is an essential nutrient that helps the immune system fight off bacteria and viruses. It is one of the most important minerals for immunity.6

 

 

 

Inzpire is proudly South African owned and is proud to manufacture our products at a local SAHPRA licensed GMP facility.  All our products are quality checked for peace of mind.

 
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