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Co-Immune boosts immunity and energy


It is traditionally used for colds and flu, coughs and to ward against infections.

Co-Immune combines the benefits of both Artemesia Annua and African Ginger.


About Co-Immune

African ginger (Siphonochilus Aethiopicus) is a popular South African medicinal plant. It is so effective that it has been harvested in the wild to the point that it is now virtually extinct in many parts of South Africa. The African ginger in Co-Immune is sustainably grown by a community project in rural Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa.

Artemisia Annua is a Chinese plant, containing Artesimisin, a compound which is extracted from the Artemisia Annua plant and used to produce conventional pharmaceuticals used to treat malaria, such as Co-Artem.  There is a vast body of research demonstrating the use of Artemisia Annua in malaria.


African Ginger

(Siphonochilus Aethiopicus)


Sweet Annie

(Artemisia Annua)

How it started

Dr Cleve McIntosh, a medical doctor trained at the University of Cape Town and living with his family in a malaria area first heard about Artemisia Annua in 2002 from another doctor working in rural Mozambique. In the hospital where this missionary doctor was working Artemisia Annua was used as an affordable and effective treatment of malaria.


Following careful research and discussions with another medical doctor with decades of experience in herbal medicine, Co-Immune, a uniquely potent combination of Artemisia Annua and African ginger (Siphonochilus Aethiopicus) was developed.

From Our Customers

Nothing was helping when I had Covid. After taking

Co-Immune, I could feel an immediate difference.

Jo-Ann, Phalaborwa


"In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous."


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