Phagocytosis

Definition of Phagocytosis:

Process of ingestion and digestion by cells of solid substances such as other cells, bacteria, dead tissue, and foreign particles.

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Beta 1,3 Glucan

...as a treatment
“...Both animal and human cell culture studies have shown that beta glucan can stimulate several aspects of immune function, such as phagocytosis and interleukin production...”

Echinacea (Coneflower)

...as a treatment
“...Essentially, Echinacea has been shown to stimulate phagocytosis (engulfing of bacteria/viruses by certain white-blood cells), increase respiratory activity, and increase the motility of the white-blood cells...”
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Garlic

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“...227-37] One way garlic enhances the immune system is by promoting phagocytosis, the ability of white blood cells to fight infections...”

Olive Leaf Extract

...as a treatment
“...Olive Leaf Extract seems to show itself as an immune system builder by directly stimulating phagocyte production (phagocytosis)...”
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Pharyngitis ("Strep Throat")

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“...Echinacea also promotes increased phagocytosis and natural killer cell activity...”
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