Thyme has traditionally been used to help with inflamed sinuses, whooping cough, and help loosen phlegm.Thymol is the active ingredient in thyme, and is responsible for the antiseptic, antibacterial, antifungal properties. The German Commission E has approved Thyme for the treatment of bronchitis, whooping cough, and upper respiratory inflammation.
N-Acetyl Cysteine is a powerful mucolytic that helps break down mucos viscosity allowing sinuses to drain. This makes conditions in the sinus less conducive for bacteria and fungus to grow.
Andrographis and Siberian Ginseng are immune enhancing agents such as andrographis and siberian ginseng help support the body's natural defenses. Recent studies show andrographis helps significantly reduce the severity, duration and symptoms of the common cold. When taken for prevention, one study showed twice the reduction of the incidence of the common cold compared to placebo.
Turmeric and Bromelain – Inflammation can contribute to sinus pressure and pain. Bromelain has been shown to reduce arachidonic acid.
Berberine Sulfate is a salt form similar to the berberine alkaloids found in Goldenseal, a plant known to have natural antibiotic properties.
Licorice Root Extract – Licorice root has historically been used to soothe respiratory inflammation.
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, three capsules per day.
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