CO-DI’s role is to support a healthy immune system. Through these studies shows that Ginger has a natural immune-boosting effect improving the body’s immune response; The powerful antibacterial and bactericidal properties of lemongrass essential oil will help to hinder the growth of bacteria and viruses. Lemongrass possesses considerable immunomodulatory activity.


Currently, there is no scientific evidence to establish a consequence relationship between Ginger, Lemongrass, and Coconut or cause of (or worsen) the cytokine storms.


We are confident that CO-DI supports the immune system of healthy people. Given the epidemic information available, there doesn’t seem to be any indication that taking the CO-DI as directed on the package would have an adverse effect if you come into contact with the virus.

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