Respiratory Health was developed to fight smoker’s cough and shortness of breath and congestion from asthma, exercise induced asthma, emphysema, allergies, bronchitis, colds, and flu. This formula will help to open your airways and dramatically increase the uptake of oxygen in your lungs which will help to clear phlegm and mucous.
Tylophora: Traditionally used to treat airway constriction due to asthma and other respiratory
Ophiopogon Japonicus: In Chinese medicine, Ophiopogon japonicus tuber, known as mai men
dong, is the cardinal herb for yin deficiency. It enters the heart, lungs, stomach, and spleen
channels and nourishes the yin, clears the heat, and quiets irritability in those areas. It is also
used for hacking dry coughs, dry tongue and mouth, and constipation.
Astragalus: Helps to maintain the normal functions of the liver, lungs, kidneys, stomach, and
heart.It boosts energy, defers aging, detoxifies, bolsters white blood cell generation, supports the
immune system, promotes the effects of other herbs, and helps reduce the side effects of
chemotherapy and radiation.
Codonopsis Pilosula: Boosts lung function, fights viral infections, coughs, and other
Cordyceps: In vitro studies suggest aqueous extracts of C. sinensis have a stimulatory effect on
ion transport in human airway epithelial cells. Possibly this is because of cordycepin and adenosine.
Animal studies suggest its effects on the respiratory system are due to its enhancement
of the lung’s ability to utilize oxygen.
Buplereum: Augments the actions of steroids in the body, boosting anti-inflammatory defense.
Angelica Sinensis: Used to combat chronic nasal and sinus congestion.
Chinese Licorice Root: Second only to ginseng in the herbal hierarchy of Chinese medicine. It is
believed to help neutralize toxins and to eliminate side effects of other herbs used with it.
Long Pepper: As a stand-alone medicinal herb, it has been used for treating coughs, colds, fevers and
a variety of stomach ailments.
Ginger: Uses include treating upper respiratory tract infections, cough, and bronchitis.
Prince Ginseng: Uses include treating upper respiratory tract infections, cough, and bronchitis.