Allergy Defenders! Plus Asthma Support

Allergy Defenders! Plus Asthma Support

Our Allergy Defenders supplement package provides both preventative and therapeutic support for seasonal allergy symptoms. We've added Resprin to our basic Allergy Defenders Package for those who need upper respiratory support: 

Buffered Vitamin C by Dr. Morrison: a natural anti-histamine and immune system support.*

  • Vitamin C may help to reduce histamine levels, and acts as a protective antioxidant, protecting our cells from oxidative damage from the excessive inflammation that occurs with allergies.
  • Recommended dose: 2 capsules three times daily, with meals 

N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) by Dr. Morrison: A natural decongestant, and supports antioxidant and detoxification action in the body.

  • NAC is a natural amino acid derivative that supports detoxification and acts as an effective mucolytic agent - meaning it helps to break down and thin out mucus so the body can expel it more easily.
  • Recommended dose: 2 capsules twice daily

Alpha-Glycosyl Isoquercitrin by Integrative Therapeutics: Helps to stabilize mast cells, preventing the release of histamine.

  • Quercetin is a flavonoid found naturally in foods like onions, leafy green vegetables, broccoli, green tea, and herbs like nettles. 
  • Recommended dose: 2 capsules twice daily

    Resprin (for asthma): Traditional Chinese remedy for upper respiratory symptoms, including asthma.

    • A blend of 17 organic traditional Chinese herbs designed to support respiratory health
    • Includes key ingredients that can help the body expel phlegm*
    • Recommended dose: 2-6 capsules daily, depending on severity of symptoms.

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to treat or cure any disease.



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