Fight the virus

Normally, Fight to the viruses such as the common cold virus when we are infected. Our body uses innate immunity to control it.

COVID-19 is different from the common cold virus, as it can modify our innate immune function. So, our immunity cannot get rid of it. In addition, it causes the body to release huge inflammatory substance called “Cytokine storm” which will destroy our tissues, such as lung damage. Then our body will get rid of it by using a second immunity called Adaptive immunity.

In children which have a good immune system function. We found that children infected with COVID-19 have less symptoms and recover faster without any serious condition.


From the details above, Immune system is the major system to protect and get rid of the virus from our body. Therefore, strengthening the immune system is very important during the outbreak.


Using supplement for immunity such as BRJ for preventing viral infection is recommended according to the principles of fighting viruses. BRJ is an herbal recipe for strengthening immunity. It composes of herbal ingredients that have been researched to enhance immunity, both innate immunity and Adaptive immunity. 1-9

And recommend to sleep enough, And if our body is unable to resist the virus and be infected. We will get sick with fever, sore throat or cough. We should be treated by getting enough rest, drinking enough water and taking anti-fever medicine such as Piyawat Clinic Antipyretic capsule. Piyawat Clinic’s Antipyretic capsule has been developed using 100% natural ingredients. The selected ingredients have scientific researches supporting for anti-inflammatory10-13 and immunomodulatory14-20 properties which results in the antipyretic and anti-viral effects.

BRJ (more detail)

Antipyretic (more detail)


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