Thursday, May 28, 2020

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There are many different methods to stay healthy and when it comes to fighting infections, one of the best ways is to improve the body’s defense against viruses, bacteria, and the like. A healthy immune system can help eliminate these pathogens before they start causing some problems whether it’s the common cold or something more serious. The Farm at San Benito, an eco-luxury holistic medical wellness resort located in Lipa, Batangas, has effective immune system repair and strengthening treatments and program for people who wish to avoid getting illnesses through holistic means.

An advocate of preventive health care, The Farm has different programs designed by licensed and experienced professionals which varies depending on the guests’ needs. As one of the global pioneers of holistic medical wellness in the country that also specializes in week-long health optimization programs, The Farm only offers these evidence-based and science-based treatments that will help guests regain their bodies’ ideal balanced state.

The Farm’s immune system repair and strengthening program aims to protect the cells to fight viral infections. This program also includes detoxification, which is a pre-requisite if one wishes to boost the immune system. Once the toxins are flushed out of the system, the body can better absorb the nutrients it needs to go about its daily functions.

Mental and emotional stress also depresses immunity. The Farm offers Psychoemotional Clearing also known as Harmonizing Flow Series with various forms of healing therapies that allow the clients or guests to navigate inner experiences in a safe and nurturing space.

Depending on what the guest wants to achieve, they can choose the Chlorophyll Body Wrap, which will cleanse the lymphatic system, helping the white blood cells in doing their functions. This also nourishes the liver and kidneys and benefit the skin greatly.

Another option is The Human Microbiome Skin Care Treatment. The state of the body’s microbiome is of utmost importance when it comes to overall body protection. The treatment makes use of the skin being one of the largest organs (second only to fascia) to maximise absorption. This treatment includes high caliber Human Microbiome (high quality, high variety, high quantity) that strengthens and revitalizes the body by enhancing our natural Good bacteria that fights all Viruses, bacteria, and various disease-causing microorganisms trying to harm the body by releasing a non-specific antigen strong enough to kill pathogens.

European Wellness, one of The Farm’s medical partners also offers RASHA treatment to boost the immune system. The machine uses vibrational medicine for organisms resistant to anti-virals, microbials and fungals.

IV Nutrition includes intravenously administering a cocktail of nutrients and minerals, allowing a high level of antioxidants to more efficiently enter the body. This treatment helps with the stimulation of the immune system to fight harmful microorganisms, and aids with the elimination of malignant cells or tumors.

Other immune boosting treatments offered at The Farm is the Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), acupuncture, aura cleansing and many various energy healing techniques.

The holistic medical wellness resort has always encouraged consuming plant-based food that are high in enzymes, essential nutrients, and rich in fiber. With this, The Farm has also made a collaboration with country’s first dedicated salad joint Juju Eats to offer “6 Day Jungle Juju Cleanse Program.” The program includes a 3-day medically supervised cleansing program at The Farm followed by a 3-day urban juice cleansing. This program starts with a mild detox program at The Farm. This includes vegan diet, nutritional enrichment, colon cleansing, kidney cleansing, psycho-emotional clearing, daily mindful movement and functional fitness activities. Then treatment is followed by juice cleanse at the comfort of one’s own home or even at work, making it more convenient for people with very busy schedules. During these three days, there is a commitment to drinking fruits and vegetables in order to rest the digestive organs, allowing the body to focus on regaining or sustaining vitality. A fast is the perfect way to power up one’s system with fresh, clean, plant-based energy. During juicing, the system is flooded with an abundance of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. The plant-based compounds help the body to stay strong, look great, and fight disease. Once program is complete, guests are rewarded with renewed energy and mental clarity, stronger immune system to fight viral infections, and cellular healing.

Preventive is indeed better than reactive health care. Getting rid of toxins, whether physical or emotional, from the mind and body and taking care of the immune system are among the best things one could do to ensure optimum health. As Dr. Marian Alonzo, The Farm’s Medical Chief, often quotes: “There’s no threat from the outside if there’s no enemy from within,” from an African proverb.

Jungle Juju Cleanse 6-Day Program starts at Php 47,800 net per person based on double occupancy and Php 57,200 net per person on single occupancy. Enjoy up to 30% on The Farm’s immune boosting treatments until March 31, 2020. For more information, simply visit To book, call (+632) 8884-8074, (+63) 918 8848080, or email or

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