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Phytage Lab’s Immunity 911 Review – Scam Supplement?

March 31, 2020

Is Immunity 911 by Phytage Labs a supplement worth taking? Will it really boost your immune system and help fight off nasty viruses and infections? Or, is it just another scam that is going to leave you disappointed at the end of the day?

In this review we'll be going over what exactly Immunity 911 is, its ingredients and whether or not they work, and more.

There are a few promotional presentations floating around the internet, and you've probably landed on one of them...

Immunity 911 video presentation
Immunity 911 text presentation

What we are told is that there is a country that is larger than California and Texas combined that has only 1 single virus infection case (corona virus), and that they learned their secret to such good health from the ancient Egyptians.

We are told that this country has "ageless senior citizens" that rarely get sick and rarely end up in nursing homes.

The country: Tibet.

The presentation goes on to state that people living here have 82% less heart "disasters" and 50% less brain "catastrophes".

One of the problems... we don't get enough micro-nutrients

Our immune systems can't function properly without getting proper nutrients, and the problem countries, such as the US, have is that many people don't get enough of these nutrients, in part due to the farmlands being depleted of them from unsustainable farming practices.

What they say about this is in the presentation is indeed true.

Immunity 911 offers a different solution

Yes, there is a real problem here... and of course this supplement is the solution... so we are told.

Supposedly, it "is ideal for maximum protection against the threat of today’s viruses".

But will it really work or is this just another over-hyped product that will lead to disappointment?

Let's find out...

What Is Immunity 911?

Immunity 911
  • Name: Immunity 911
  • Type: Immune support supplement
  • Manufacturer: Phytage Labs
  • Cost: Varies with quantity purchased
  • Where to Buy: Official website here


Immunity 911 is an all-natural immunity support supplement that consists of a variety of herbs, super-fruits, mushrooms, vitamins and minerals. 

This supplement is manufactured by Phytage Labs, which is also the company behind the recently reviewed Urgent Cell Repair

The company is known for over-hyped marketing and misleading claims at times, but sometimes their products aren't all that bad - in the case of Immunity 911, it does have potential.

How It Works

This supplement isn't going to kill viruses and bacteria or anything like that. Instead, the aim here is to strengthen your body's immune system naturally so that it can do it's job better.

As we age the immune system's ability to defend the body against bacteria, viruses, etc. declines. And this is the reason that the corona virus and others are wreaking such havoc on the elderly population as well as those with autoimmune disorders.

Immunity 911 helps to boost the immune system by providing powerful herbs, super-fruits and mushrooms, along with necessary vitamins and minerals that most people don't get enough of... giving it the nutrition it needs to do its job.

At least this is what we're told. But let's look at the ingredients and find out how good it actually is...


Immunity 911 Ingredients

The label can be hard to read, so here's a list of what it contains:

  • Graviola Leaf, Red Raspberry, Green Tea Leaf, Beta-Glucan, Turmeric Powder, Pine Bark, Essiac Tea Complex (consists of Burdock, Rhubarb, and others), Grape Seed, Mushroom Complex (consists of Shitake, Reishi and Maitake), Quercetin Dihydrate, Pomegranate Seed Hull, Olive Leaf, Arabinogalactan, Cat's Claw Bark, Garlic Bulb, Panax Ginseng Root, Lycopene, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and Selenium

The vitamin C, vitamin E, and selenium are all listed with the amounts given, but as for the rest of the ingredients they are listed as a proprietary blend of 1512mg per serving. So we don't actually know how much of each ingredient there is.

This is disappointing, yes, but we understand that companies do this to protect their formulas from being stolen.

What Does Science Have to Say About This?

  • Turmeric has gained a lot of popularity recently and is well known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, both of which can help boost immune health - these largely come from a substance it contains called curcumin
  • Mushrooms have been used for thousands of years for their healing properties. They have been found to have powerful anti-inflammatory and immuno-modulating properties, and can activate immune effector cells
  • Red raspberries are high in polyphenols, which are packed with antioxidants - good for immune health
  • Graviola may be effective at fighting off cancer and reducing tumors, and has been called "an immune system booster" - this extract is high in antioxidants
  • Higher levels of selenium in the blood have been linked to stronger immune responses
  • And the list goes on

All of these ingredients have at least some evidence and proof of being useful for boosting the immune system. Some of the evidence is flimsy, and there are studies lacking in certain areas, but there is definitely real potential here based on our findings.

Side Effects

There have been no reported side-effects that we know of, and based on the ingredient list and the low-moderate doses, including the expected doses in the proprietary blend, we wouldn't expect to see any side effects worth worrying about.

That said, of course it's always best to consult with your doctor before taking any sort of supplement, even though this is 100% natural.

Cost & Refunds

As far as we know, this supplement is only available for purchase on the official website here.

The price per bottle varies depending on how much you purchase.

  • 1 bottle = $69.95/bottle
  • 2 bottles = $119.90 (~$60/bottle)
  • 4 bottles = $199.80 (~$50/bottle)

Obviously buying 4 bottles is the best deal here, but this is pretty expensive.

That said, it could be worth it if it actually gives your immune system a boost in a time of need like we have right now.


They have a 90-day money-back guarantee, but there isn't really any information provided on this other than that.

Pros v Cons

  • All natural
  • Holistic approach - lots of ingredients with different benefits
  • No side-effects likely
  • Lots of proven research proving the effectiveness of different ingredients (although lacking in some areas)
  • Fairly expensive
  • Lacking in hard-evidence-based research in some areas (as mentioned)

Is Immunity 911 a Scam?

Immunity 911 is not a scam. While the marketing around this product may be a bit over-the-top in some ways, it does have real value and real potential to boost one's immune system to be better protected from infections, whether they be from viruses, bacteria, fungi, etc.

Conclusion - Is It Worth Buying?

Whether or not to buy this is a decision that you'll have to decide upon yourself. There are no certainly no guarantees here and this isn't going to work for everyone, but it does have potential to help much of the population.

As we mentioned at the beginning of this article, a large reason that people in more developed countries like the US, Canada, etc. aren't as healthy as they could be and suffer from more age-related sicknesses, is because they don't get proper nutrition - we're mainly talking about micro-nutrition here.

Immunity 911 provides a broad array of nutrients, powerful antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, vitamins and minerals, which can help boost immunity if you aren't already getting these in your diet... which many of us aren't.

You decide if it's right for you or not. And you can purchase Immunity 911 on the official website here.

Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

Agent Kyle

Kyle is the founder and chief editor at HealthBuster.org. He takes pride in providing truthful product reviews to warn the public of potential waste of money products and scams.

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