Some plants have pretty flowers. Some plants have pretty leaves. Some delight us with their fragrances, but all of them just stand there, immobile until wind shakes them. Stoic little do-nothings. Or are they.
It is what plants hold inside them that makes some of them giants among men. They provide life-giving food for animals and for us, certainly. And some of them can stomp on bacteria as a soldier’s marching hobnail boot obliterates a hapless ant who wanders off the curb and into the middle of a Memorial Day parade. Oops! Lights out.
Some plants can turn out the lights on menacing bacteria that put human health at risk. They include Clove buds, Jambolan leaf, Lemon balm leaf, Pomegranate fruit. Rosemary leaf, Thyme leaves and flowers, and Eucalyptus leaves. Extracts of these botanicals concentrate flavonoids, tannins, egallitanins, alkaloids, diterpenes (carnosol), triterpenes, phenolic acids (caffeic, chorogenic and rosmarinic) and essential oils (thymol and carvacrol from thyme; camphor and cineole from rosemary; citral and citronellal monoterpenes from lemon balm, and eugenol from cloves).
These plant extracts combine with a little pure benzoic acid and refined cinnamic acids in BullsEye, a NEW dietary supplement that boosts your body’s own ability to stomp on some very criminal bacteria. The rogue’s gallery includes
Take BullsEye with you any time you travel, hike in wild country, or go on a camping trip. Or support healthy bacterial balance throughout your body today with BullsEye.
For additional support, take Immune Defense with BullsEye daily.