Kill A Germ

by PMR


  • Multi component product
  • Assists with viruses, fungi, bacteria and parasites


The specially selected ingredients of Kill-A-Germ act as an antioxidant and have antiviral and antibacterial effects. It boosts the natural immune system and is known for preventing the common cold. It is an ideal product to take during times when the body is subjected to possible infections.


Active Ingredients per capsule: Pau d'Arc ext (4:1) 62.5mg, Olive Leave ext (4:1) 62.5mg, Echinacea ext (4:1) 62.5mg, Clove powder 62.5mg, Green tea ext (5:1) 45mg, Wormwood ext (4:1) 32.5mg, Garlic powder (4:1) 32.5mg, Black Walnut 15.62mg, Grapefruit seed ext (5:1) 15mg, NAC (n-acetyl L-cysteine) 7.5mg.


Kill-A-Germ has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases. Keep out of reach of children. Store at or below 25 C in a cool, dry place.


Take 2 capsules daily. ?

Dietary Summary

  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • 100% Natural Ingredients
  • Preservative Free
  • Alcohol Free

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