NOSE EYES THROAT SINUS
NOSE EYES THROAT SINUS
Suggested Usage: Take 3 tablets daily. To avoid stomach upset take them a few minutes before a meal.
Caution: For adults only. Consult a physician if pregnant/nursing, taking medication or have a medical condition. Keep out of reach of children. Keep in bottle. Natural color variation may occur in this product.
Allergies can occur when our response system is over activated and external stimuli that did not affect us a few years ago now create a histamine reaction that can make us feel sick. To help regulate allergy symptoms, combating their origin at the root and regulating the quality of the intestinal wall (repairing hyper-permeability) can be key. This formula combined with Happy Tummy my formula created to help improve intestinal hyperpermeability reinforces the results.
The Ingredients Within
Vitamin C- As an antioxidant, vitamin C helps protect against unstable atoms, that come from environmental pollutants. Antioxidants like these are also essential for maintaining a healthy immune system. To combat substances like bacteria and viruses, your immune system produces histamine. The production of histamine is triggered by allergens, causing seasonal conditions such as sneezing, tearing, and excess mucus. Vitamin C prevents the production of histamine, whereas antihistamines interfere with its function once it has been released. In studies, vitamin C deficiency has been linked to weakened immune systems, which increases your risk of infection.
Quercetin - Quercetin is a pigment (flavonoid) that is known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. There are many plants and foods that contain it, such as red wine, onions, green tea, apples, and berries.
As an antioxidant, it protects cells against oxidative damage. During oxidative damage, free radicals overwhelm the body's antioxidant defenses. There is evidence that quercetin can reduce inflammation in the body. This flavonoid has often been used to help soothe skin related issues associated with seasonal allergies by promoting normal histamine levels
Bromelain – Bromelain has been used as a potent anti-inflammatory and anti-swelling agent since the ancient times. It is a complex mixture of endopeptidases derived from pineapple stems, fruits, and juice as well as enzyme inhibitors related to phosphatase, glucosidase, peroxidase, cellulase, esterase, and protease. There is evidence that bromelain's anti-inflammatory effects may be beneficial for people with asthma and other allergic respiratory diseases. Additionally, there was a pilot study that showed bromelain tablets may be effective in alleviating the symptoms of chronic sinusitis, such as swelling, congestion, and pain.
Nettle Leaf Extract- Since ancient times, nettle leaf has been used in traditional medicine to treat seasonal allergies and mild respiratory conditions. Nettle was found to provide significant benefits to 98 test participants who used the freeze-dried leaf to treat their allergies.
The nettle leaf contains antioxidants that reduce free radical formation in the body helping to maintain normal levels of histamine and other inflammatory chemicals. This leaf also contains vitamin A, which scientists believe is important for eye health. Moreover, nettle has other health benefits, such as its contribution to improved respiratory health.
Vitamin B6- There are eight vitamins in the B complex group. Vitamin B6, also called pyridoxine, is involved in over 150 enzyme reactions in your body. Researchers have recently discovered that B6 has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. A vitamin B6 deficiency can cause a red, itchy rash called seborrheic dermatitis. Also, if you don't get enough vitamin B6, your body can't make antibodies, white blood cells, and other immune factors that fight germs.
Licorice root- Among the world's oldest herbal remedies is licorice root, derived from the root of the Glycyrrhiza Glabra plant. Today, licorice root is commonly used to treat heartburn, acid reflux, hot flashes, coughs, and viral and bacterial infections. Licorice tea has been said to relieve sore throats, while topical gels have been used to treat skin conditions such as acne and eczema.
In spite of the fact that licorice root contains thousands of plant compounds, glycyrrhizin is the primary active compound. In addition to giving licorice its sweet taste, glycyrrhizin also exhibits antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties. In addition to aiding in the treatment of skin issues, both licorice root extract may aid upper respiratory conditions due to their anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects.
Studies on animals suggest that glycyrrhizin extract from licorice root can relieve asthma, especially when added to modern asthma treatments
Are there ways to reduce your allergy exposure?
There are numerous ways to minimize your exposure to seasonal allergies.
- Begin taking supplements before the start of the allergy season
- To prevent pollen from entering your home, office, or car, close the windows and doors.
- Monitor pollen and mold spore counts daily so you can avoid outdoor activities when they are high.
- When outdoors, wear a hat or wash your hair before bed to keep pollen from collecting on your pillow.
- Pollen exposure can be minimized by changing your clothes after spending time outdoors.