4 Ingredients for healthy lungs - Breathe better at home
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It's easy to take your respiratory system for granted - you can't see your lungs, and we breathe without even thinking twice about it. But did you know? When you inhale air, a robust network of organs works together to keep you healthy.
Your respiratory system is a vast network of organs, tissues, and muscles that help you breathe. A healthy respiratory system allows you to take in the fresh air, get rid of stale toxins, talk, sing, and even shout.
COVID-19 certainly highlights the vital role of the respiratory system. The virus's severe symptoms include difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, chest pain or pressure, and loss of speech or movement.
While a healthy lifestyle and clean living conditions all go a long way, you can add a supplement to the above to boost your respiratory health even more. We highly recommend Sportron's Respitron Syrup. This honey-flavoured syrup tastes good and is easy to swallow and is a wonder product for children, and adults, struggling with asthma, allergies, hayfever, and other breathing concerns. Below we take a brief look at some of the ingredients.
Quercetin belongs to a group of plant compounds called flavonoids. It is a potent antioxidant that plays an essential role in helping your body combat free radical damage. Flavonoids are present in fruits, vegetables, and grains. Learn more about quercetin here: www.healthline.com/nutrition/quercetin#what-it-is
We can't stress enough the countless health benefits of garlic - especially fresh garlic. Because we know the taste can put some people, especially children, off, we've included this wonder ingredient in Respitron syrup. Learn more about garlic here: https://www.healthline.com/health/foods-healing-power-garlic
Magnolia has been used in traditional herbal medicine for thousands of years and has many potential benefits for humans. Some of the conditions treated with magnolia include asthma, anxiety, depression, stomach disorders, and inflammation. Learn more about magnolia: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/magnolia-bark
Field mint and Schizonepeta
Japenese mints are traditionally used in herbal medicines to treat conditions like the common cold, fever, sore throat, and allergies. Learn more: www.rxlist.com/schizonepeta/supplements.htm
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