Patient One immune support supplements are designed to optimize multiple aspects of immune system performance, including immune cell production and activity, immune communication, immune responses, and inflammatory activity. We use standardized extracts of time-tested herbs along with synergistic nutrients to support optimal immune system performance.
Patient One Congest-Blaster oral spray promotes clear respiration and healthy lung and bronchial function. Spray this blend of powerful botanicals into the mouth for fast-acting natural support during times of immune challenges or seasonal changes.
Congest-Blaster was formulated to provide comfort from symptoms associated with sinus and mucosal congestion. It supplies a synergistic combination of immune-boosting herbal extracts including horseradish, echinacea, elderberry, peppermint, garlic, cayenne, olive leaf, horehound, licorice, goldenseal, spilanthes, wild cherry, osha, andrographis, onion and yarrow.
Our 1 fluid ounce bottle is convenient to carry when on the go or easily to access on your bedside table.
Congest-Blaster is for Oral Use, to be taken by mouth only. NOT for nasal application.
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