Redd Remedies Adult Sinus Support™ Description
For Work, For Play, For Life™
Promotes Natural Histamine Response
Promotes Healthy Sinus Cavities
Supports Healthy Immune Function
Free Sinus Support™ Aromatherapy Inhaler Included
There is nothing more uncomfortable than allergies that cause:
Adult Sinus Support™ ingredients are supported by thousands of years of tradition and backed by science to support healthy sinus, bronchial, and immune function.
Vitamin C promotes a normal histamine response and healthy immune function.
Quercetin has been show to inhibit the manufacture and release of histamine in the body.
N-Acetyl Cysteine thins mucus secretions of the lungs and bronchial system.
Bioflavonoids are a powerful anti-inflammatory to the sinus cavities and promote anti-allergy activity.
Bromelain thins mucus secretions and helps clear the airways.
Stinging Nettle is a powerful anti-inflammatory and has been shown to promote sinus health during hay fever.
Barberry inhibits harmful bacteria from taking up residence.
Ivy Leaf is a powerful anti-spasmodic and promotes normal lung function.
2 to 4 tablets daily; for short term high potency use up to 10 tablets daily.
Salt, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, soy, eggs, dairy products, artificial flavoring, artificial coloring, and preservatives.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Redd Remedies Adult Sinus Support™ -- 100 Tablets
I love this product. It is the only product that got me through this allergy season. I make sure I never run out. I highly recommend it for allergy relief. Best product ever!!!!
September 25, 2013
A must-have for allergy season
I can't get through allergy season without this. I recommend the children's version too for kids. Really helps to minimize seasonal irritations.
April 5, 2013
I have bad sinus problems and involves my ears too. This product has helped keep me out of the Dr office and off the antibiotics! I would suggest this to anyone to try. But keep in mind what works for me may not work for you.
August 30, 2012