Support Sinus and Respiratory Health Here are some nutrients that can keep your sinuses breathing freely. Butterbur Extract – Highly effective botanical to support respiratory health and regulate normal histamine response to maintain free breathing and clear sinuses. Elderberry Extract – Supports the immune system and normal inflammatory response; optimizes sinus drainage, clear sinuses, and overall respiratory health. Quercetin – By inhibiting the release of histamines and other inflammatory compounds, Quercetin regulates the normal allergic-inflammatory response that causes itchy eyes and runny nose. Rutin – A plant compound that is an important component of the Vitamin C complex of nutrients. Rutin regulates release of histamines to support normal response to allergens. Bioflavonoids – Increasing your intake of Bioflavonoids helps prevent the formation of histamines. It helps maintain normal nasal tissues, rather than a swollen and congested condition. Bromelain – A key enzyme from pineapple that helps the body absorb other nutrients, such as Quercetin. It also promotes normal inflammatory response and drainage of the sinuses. Vitamin A (Beta Carotene) – Supports healthy bronchial passages and mucus membranes. Vitamin A works with other antioxidants to fortify the immune system. Vitamin C – A potent antioxidant that has the ability to support the body’s natural production of interferon, a powerful immunoactive substance. Vitamin C is crucial to immune function. Vitamin D3 – Recent research has linked low levels of Vitamin D to allergen sensitivity and lower lung function. We use vitamin D from Cholecalciferol for best bioavailablity. Zinc – Supports the immune functioning of the thymus gland and the production of interferon. Over 90% of older Americans do not consume the minimum daily requirement of Zinc each day. Takes relief to the next level, with an extraordinary formula you won’t find anywhere else.
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