VPK, Protection Plus Respiratory System, 60 tabletsClearance (exp date: 11/17)
UPC Code: 010415008089
- Maintains bronchial health
- daily detox and cleanse of bronchial channels
- Balance moisture and mucus in the lungs
- Support for optimal respiratory function; with indian tinospora and gotu kola for natural immunity
- Synergistic formula with chebulic myrobalan and holy basil to nurture bronchial tissue; vata, pitta, kapha balancing (vpk)
Protection Plus respiratory System promotes healthy functioning of bronchial channels; flushes toxins; supports balanced functioning of nose and throat
Take 1-2 tablets twice daily.
|Serving Size: 1 Tablet|
|Servings Per Container: 60|
|Amount Per Serving||%DV|
|PROTECTION PLUS RESPIRATORY Blend||1000 mg||*|
|Chebulic myrobalan, Himalayan fir, Marshmallow, Hemidesmus indicus, Boerhavia, Ashwagandha, Holy basil, Amla, Gotu kola, Neem, Ammoniac, Oriental sweet gum, Bamboo manna, Long pepper, Mesua, Chinese pistachio, Ginger, Pepper, Mica, Indian tinospora, Coral, Vidanga, Clove, Cinnamon, Dwarf morning glory, Indian elecampane, Malabar nut tree.|
|*Daily Value Not Established.|
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