Common Concerns:
  • Asthma>
  • Hay fever
  • Coughs
  • Bronchitis
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    ALJ
       ALJ, NSP’s most popular respiratory system product, provides herbally sourced phytonutrients that nutritionally support respiratory function. Particularly popular during allergy season, ALJ contains horseradish root, fennel seeds, mullein leaves, boneset herb and fenugreek seeds.
    Stock No. 775-9 (100 count)
    Stock No. 778-8 (100 count) Vegitabs
    Stock No. 779-6 (270 count) Vegitabs
    Stock No. 3166-5 (2 fl. oz.) Liquid herb (4 Kids Too!)

    Sinus Support (SN-X )
       The sinuses are a key component of respiratory health. SN-X supplies herbs that support the sinuses in their functions: burdock root, parsley herb, ephedra herb, horehound herb, golden seal herb, althea root, capsicum fruit and yerba santa herb.
    Stock No. 1246-7 (100 count)
    Stock No. 1245-3 (100 count) Vegitabs

    Asthma (Homeopathic)
       NSP’s Asthma homeopathic remedy is a natural medicine for relief of the symptoms of asthma and bronchitis, including breathing difficulties, shortness of breath, tightness of the chest, wheezing or coughing. Asthma homeopathic is also suitable for children ages 4-12, though it is recommended that they take half the adult dosage.
    Stock No. 8704-4 (1 fl. oz.)

    Lobelia/St. John's Wort
       Are you trying to quit smoking? Get some effective nutritional help from lobelia, an herb containing lobeline—chemically similar to nicotine but non-addictive and nourishing to the respiratory system. St. John’s wort contains hypericin to support the nervous system, making the formula a dynamic duo.
    Stock No. 1015-5 (100 capsules)

    Fenugreek & Thyme
       This synergistic combination is an expectorant formula that offers valuable support for a respiratory system under stress. Fenugreek contains soothing, gel-like mucilaginous compounds known for their ability to soothe inflamed tissues. Thyme, a natural antiseptic, has historically been used for supporting respiration and strengthening the thymus gland as part of the immune response to respiratory infection.

    Stock No. 885-1 (100 Count