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Natural Lung Cleanser:
Lung Health is a natural respiratory support product that uses a powerful blend of herbs and essential oils to encourage lung, sinus, and respiratory tract health.
Ingredients:A proprietary blend of the following ingredients helps promote total respiratory health and overall wellness:
- Lovage root
- Organic Eucalyptus leaf
- Organic Peppermint leaf
- Organic Lungwort leaf
- Organic Lemon balm leaf
- Organic Orange peel
- Organic Plantain leaf
- Organic Chapparal leaf
- Organic Elecampane root
- Organic Lobelia flower
- Peppermint Essential Oil
- USP Kosher Certified Vegetable Glycerin
- Purified Water (pH neutral)
Why Choose Lung Health?
Indoor air may have toxic chemical concentrations greater than 100 times outdoor air. Across the United States mold and mildew has been detected in homes that can cause danger to our lungs and our entire health. (1)
According to the United States EPA indoor air pollution is one of the highest rank public health risks (2).
Spray into mouth, inhale deeply three times, then swallow remaining liquid.
- Age 12+: 6 sprays 3 times daily.
- Age 6-12: 4 sprays 3 times daily.
- Age 3-6: 2 sprays 3 times daily.
When Does Dr. Jockers Recommend This Product?
This is a fantastic product for helping to clear upper respiratory infections and reduce swelling and soreness in the throat and sinuses. This product helps clear excess mucus and heal the throat and respiratory pathways. The liquid form is easy to use and the 1 oz bottle is easy to travel with as well.
Can this be given to a 6 month old baby if I transfer a little to a dropper instead of using the sprayer?
Lung Health is mainly recommended for individuals three years and up.
Can this be used in a nebulizer?
It's best to consume Lung Health orally to achieve maximum results, as we currently do not suggest using it in a nebulizer.
1. Indoor Air Quality and Environmental Toxins Page Link Here
2. Pike-Paris, A. Indoor Air Quality: part II–what it does. Pediatric Nursing. 2005. 31(1), 39–44, 49. PMID: 15794322