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Support for Respiratory Allergies

  • $26.50 USD


Watch Nathan's success story: Herbal Support for Respiratory Allergies provides natural relief from seasonal respiratory allergies and other allergies related to the respiratory tract.  It works to modulate hyper-allergic responses to allergens.  This pleasant, cinnamon-tasting formula promotes the health of the mucous membrane covering the lung tissue and diminishes effusion...

Watch Nathan's success story:

Herbal Support for Respiratory Allergies provides natural relief from seasonal respiratory allergies and other allergies related to the respiratory tract.  It works to modulate hyper-allergic responses to allergens.  This pleasant, cinnamon-tasting formula promotes the health of the mucous membrane covering the lung tissue and diminishes effusion of the lung fluid.   If taken over a course of time (2 – 3 bags), this formula may positively neutralize the allergic response, without negative side effects.

Contents:  Cumin, Fennel, Sage, Cinnamon Bark, Slippery Elm, Sarsparilla, Rose Hips, Hibiscus

Directions:
Steep 1/2  teaspoon per one cup of boiling water. Steep for 15-20 mins. Drink one cup four times daily. Can be sweetened to taste.
Contains reusable teabag 8 0z. by volume

  • Packaging made of 50+ lb. paper tin-tie bags with PLA Compostable liners
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RESPIRATORY ALLERGIES - CONTRAINDICATIONS

Cumin

Taking cumin along with medications that also slow blood clotting might increase the chances of bruising and bleeding. Some medications that slow blood clotting include aspirin, clopidogrel (Plavix), dalteparin (Fragmin), enoxaparin (Lovenox), heparin, ticlopidine (Ticlid), warfarin (Coumadin), and others. Please check with your doctor before beginning any new regimen.


Slippery Elm

Taking slippery elm at the same time you take medications by mouth can decrease the effectiveness of your medication. To prevent this interaction, take slippery elm at least one hour after medications you take by mouth. Slippery Elm is contraindicated for pregnant people. Please check with your doctor before beginning any new regimen.


Rose Hips

Contraindicated for people issues storing iron in their blood. Please check with your doctor before beginning any new regimen.


Hibiscus

Before adding hibiscus tea to your diet, consult your doctor about any preexisting health condition you may have. According to the Bastyr Center for Natural Health at the University of Pennsylvania, hibiscus tea may open and expand your blood vessels, which may increase your risk for heart disease. Drinking hibiscus tea daily may drop your systolic blood pressure. Avoid drinking hibiscus tea if you are taking medication for hypertension and low blood pressure unless your doctor tells you its ok.

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