Banyan Botanicals, Throat Soother, Herbal Spray, 1 fl oz, 30 ml
UPC Code: 618192026618
The sensitive tissues of the throat often provide one of the first signs that the immune system is being stressed or is facing a challenge. Throat Soother is designed to support this vital organ of speech while simultaneously providing a boost to the immune system. Just a couple sprays provide a gentle, lubricating coat of the legendary throat-soothers slippery elm and licorice. Turmeric and echinacea further support the immune system and promote comfort while the bolstering warmth of ginger and clove help to clear accumulated kapha standing in the way of your clear voice. Throat Soother is also great for singers, public speakers, and anyone whose voice would benefit from added support during times of heavy use. This delightfully sweet spray is in an alcohol-free base of glycerin and honey.
1 fl oz, 30 ml
Spray 2–3 times directly in throat and swallow, 3–5 times daily or as needed. Shake well before using.
Turmeric root, Licorice root, Echinacea root, Ginger root, Slippery Elm bark, Clove bud. Other ingredients, from natural sources: organic vegetable glycerin, deionized water, organic honey, organic Peppermint leaf essential oil.
About Banyan Botanicals
Banyan Botanicals was founded in 1996, based on the dream of creating a company that would provide the best in Ayurvedic herbs and products. Banyan's mission is to provide you with the highest quality Ayurvedic herbs and products possible. The company believes a high quality product is one that is pure, effective and produced in an environmentally-friendly, ethical manner. To fulfill this mission Banyan Botanicals is committed to offering USDA Certified Organic herbs whenever possible, practicing Sustainable Sourcing methods and utilizing only Fairly Traded herbal ingredients.
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