Respiratory Issues and Allergies

Your lungs must work incredibly hard, every second for 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, for you to live! Your lungs keep you breathing, and also keep every other one of your organs functioning.  Essentially, when you breathe in the lung take in oxygen and pass it along to the bloodstream, which brings it to your bodies cells.  In return it picks up carbon dioxide, which the lung dispose of.  If your lung function is weak at birth or damaged by prior illness such as pneumonia or tuberculosis, your respiratory system becomes very sensitive to the environment.  Sometimes the immune system perceives a threat and reacts in a variety of ways. A respiratory or lung allergy causes symptoms directly reflected in how a person breathes. Pollen, a major trigger for asthmatics, stimulates white blood cells to release a substance called histamine. This irritating substance produces a stuffy nose and itchy, watery eyes. In people with asthma, histamine can also cause a list of additional allergy symptoms, which usually occur soon after exposure. Examples of airborne allergens that cause respiratory allergy symptoms include pollens, animal dander, dust mites, and mold spores.   Two all-natural products in our can provide relief to lungs.  Monk Fruit, in addition to having powerful unique antioxidant called  mogroside that help you fight free radicals and inflammations, have natural antihistamine that reduces your respiratory system's allergic reactions that produce excessive amount of histamine which stimulate the production of phlegm.  

Lung Health Guard Collection that includes Monk Fruit and Tremella Mushroom.