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Byron Bay juice bar claims its fruit and turmeric 'immune booster' will help you 'fight coronavirus' - but manager stresses it's not a vaccine The 'Sweet Byron' Juice bar is selling its 'Immune Booster' fruit and tumeric juice A poster in-store suggests it will help you 'fight' coronavirus 'one drink at a time' The manager said they are not claiming the drink is a cure or vaccine for COVID    Said if body has a strong immune system it is easier to fight back against virus 

By Louise Ayling and Sahar Mourad For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 09:10 GMT, 12 November 2020 | Updated: 09:13 GMT, 12 November 2020

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A self-service yoghurt bar is selling a drink it claims will help 'fight' coronavirus 'one juice at a time'.

The Sweet Byron Self Service Frozen Yoghurt and Juice bar is offering customers an 'Immune Booster' made up of orange, lemon, ginger, carrot and turmeric.

A poster on their front counter suggests the drink will help to combat the deadly respiratory infection.

A Byron Bay business is selling a drink it says 'will help you fight coronavirus one juice at a time'

A Byron Bay business is selling a drink it says 'will help you fight coronavirus one juice at a time'

Sweet Byron manager Yonit Oakley told Daily Mail Australia they are not suggesting it is a cure or vaccine for a virus.

'We are by no means trying to say that this will stop people from getting coronavirus but we are working on the logic if the body has a strong immune system it will be able to fight the virus better,' she said.

'We created a juice that is full of vitamin C and antioxidants firstly because it boosts our immune system and also because I think when we feel we are doing something for ourselves it automatically reduces our stress and anxiety levels.

'We are not saying we have found a cure for coronavirus but we are strengthening our immune systems.'

The business had to close for several weeks after the first lockdown but has been trading per normal since restrictions eased.

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