GO Vir-Defence Extra Strength Rapid

GO Healthy

GO Vir-Defence Extra Strength Rapid

When your immune system needs it most.

NZD $34.99 NZD $24.99

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Adults: Take 1-2 VegeCapsules daily. Best taken at breakfast time with food. Or as directed by your Healthcare Professional.


GO Healthy GO Vir-Defence Extra Strength Rapid is designed to deliver rapid immune defence when you need it most.

Each fast release Plantcaps™ capsule contains high strength Olive leaf, providing 120mg of active oleuropein, along with other essential immune ingredients including Echinacea, Zinc and Vitamin C. This year round immune defence formula delivers rapid immune support for sinuses, throat and airways, plus helps defend against ills and chills.

Encapsulated in rapid release Plantcaps™ to deliver fast results, and supplied in convenient on-the-go blister packs.


  • Supplied in Fast Release Plantcaps™ Capsules
  • Delivers rapid immune defence when you need it most
  • Provides high strength oleuropein
  • With essential immune supporting botanicals and nutrients
  • With BioPerine® for increased absorption

 Each capsule contains,  
 Olive Leaf ext. equiv. to dry leaf 6,000mg
  - Equiv. to Oleuropein 120mg
 Echinacea ext. equiv. to herb fresh 1,000mg
 Adhatoda ext. equiv. to dry leaf 750mg
 Vitamin C 50mg
 Zinc citrate dihydrate 24.2mg
  - Equiv. to Zinc 7.5mg
 Black Pepper / BioPerine®  5mg
  - Equiv. to Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) fruit 102.5mg
  - Equiv. to Piperine 4.79mg
 Thyme oil 5mg
 Menthol 5mg


 Proudly made by GO Healthy in New Zealand from select imported ingredients.

Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation. Always read the label. Take only as directed.

Do not use if taking anti-coagulant or anti-platelet medications. If taking prescription medication or if in doubt consult your Healthcare Professional.