The immune system protects our body from diseases and infections caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites through immune responses.

There are two types of immunity exist  : Innate Immunity and Adaptive Immunity
Innate Immunity                                    : Available in the body since we were born.
Adaptive Immunity                                : Formed after the body has certain diseases.

The immune system is like a “wall” that protects our body from the attack of viruses and helps the body fight off diseases. According to experts, each person can strengthen the immune system and resistance in many different ways, for example, supplementing with healthy drinks.


The ingredients in CO-DI have the function of strengthening the body’s immune system: Coconut water, Ginger, Lemongrass, and other herbs that are effective in improving your health and increasing resistance, improving the immune system quickly and efficiently.


The difference of CO-DI lies in the preparation. Preparations to increase the capacity of each ingredient, extract the ingredients that we need to mix to create a drink that brings freshness, warmth, and health benefits. Products are sourced from clean, safe ingredients, and manufactured by global standards.


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