ABOUT RESPIRATORY ELIXIR
Respiratory Elixir is a magnificent ally of the respiratory system. It supports the proper functioning of the respiratory system and boosts the immune system to guard the respiratory tract against a vast array of diseases. This mighty elixir is enriched with the goodness of sage, the strength of thyme, and the dominance of rosemary. It clears out your lungs by mobilizing the stagnant mucus and expels it. It provides relief from throat congestion, chest congestion, cold/flu, and allergies. This respiratory-friendly herbal trilogy produces a remarkable antispasmodic synergism that performs a stellar job at managing bronchial asthma.
RESPIRATORY ELIXIR INGREDIENTS
- Mayernik Garden Sage
- Mayernik Garden Thyme
- Mayernik Garden Rosemary
- Raw Honey
- Grain Alcohol
RESPIRATORY ELIXIR USAGE
Take a full dropper of Respiratory Elixir up to 3 times a day.
*Shake well before use.
ABOUT THE INGREDIENTS
Garden Sage (Salvia officinalis) is brimmed with healing powers to cleanse or bless the space. It banishes the negativity, which could be the result of past traumatic experiences or negative energies exuding from others. It elevates one’s mood, reduces stress, improves memory, strengthens focus, boosts energy levels, and makes way for positive energies.
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a herbaceous perennial that is popular for its culinary magnitude. This evergreen shrub is pleasantly aromatic with branches full of needle-like leaves that exude the signature fragrance.
Anciently, it was used in skincare, tonics, and medicines that are used to treat inflammatory and digestive disorders. It chiefly contains rosmarinic acid, chlorogenic acid, carnosic acid, oleanolic acid, rosmanol, rosmadail, and eucalyptol which boost blood circulation. It is documented to be an exceptional cognitive stimulant that aids in increasing alertness, memory performance, focus, and mental clarity.
Thyme (Thymus) is a close relative of oregano. Its elliptical leaves are oppositely arranged with a dense sheath of hair and oil glands covering them. With tiny lilac flowers and nectar, it invites different pollinators to the garden.
Apart from complimenting sauces and dishes, it can treat cough, cold/flu, sore throat, bronchitis, colic, diarrhea, flatulence, dyspraxia, parasitic infections, and halitosis. Its antioxidant property guards the neurons against premature aging and upgrades memory performance, cognitive functions, mood, and reduces the risk of brain atrophy.
Raw honey is a famous sweet potion that has everyone wrapped around its comb. It is wildly popular due to its remarkable phytochemicals that takedown oxidative stress, sore throat, digestive issues, and much more.
Respiratory Elixir is certainly safe for children to consume. So far, there haven't been adverse effects reported regarding the ingredients of Respiratory Elixir. It contains sage, thyme, and rosemary that are excellent sources of medicinal agents. They not only boost the immune system but also strengthen their respiratory tract to cope with foreign invaders. However, you can consult your child’s pediatrician before giving it to your little one.
Respiratory Elixir is specially designed to benefit your respiratory system. It supports and boosts the working of the respiratory tract, all the while strengthening the immunity in the vicinity to protect it from the wrath of foreign invaders. It clears out your lungs by mobilizing the stagnant mucus and expels it. It provides relief from throat congestion, chest congestion, cold/flu, and allergies. This respiratory-friendly herbal trilogy produces a remarkable antispasmodic synergism that performs a stellar job at managing bronchial asthma.
Respiratory Elixir is possibly unsafe to use during pregnancy. Some of its ingredients possess uterine muscle contracting capacity which can stimulate bleeding and can be detrimental to the life of the fetus.
We recommend taking Respiratory Elixir only if your respiratory system is compromised. Take a full dropper up to 3 times a day, straight. If you wish to increase your dose, consult your doctor/pharmacist or herbal expert first.