Nature's Sunshine Products est. 1972
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Seasonal Allergies

Seasonal Allergies

No one likes a runny nose, sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, tight chest and blocked airways. These can all be the unpleasant symptoms of winter ills and chills or with those who suffer from long term or seasonal allergies.

Our noses are our body’s filtration system for the lungs. Our nasal passages are designed to keep harmful pathogens from entering our lungs. They stave off everything from infections to cigarette smoke, so it’s easy to see why having a properly functioning nasal system is worth it.

The mucous membranes in our sinuses become extra active when the immune system senses a larger threat, like when you have a cold or allergies, and flood the sinuses with mucus. The immune system also inflames the lining of the sinuses to help fight the pathogen, which can clog the nasal passageways and cause a stuffy, sometimes painful and irritated, nose.

The goal of sinus or respiratory supporting herbs are to reduce the microbes and bacteria that are irritating our immune system, reduce inflammation in the sinuses, and promote decongestion without drying out mucous membranes.

Although the conventional medicine industry is full of treatments such as antibiotics, nasal sprays, and pseudoephedrine based products, there are natural alternatives that won’t leave your nose dry and your body depleted of bacteria.

Nature’s Sunshine Seasonal Allergy is a herbal formula designed to help support sinus and respiratory congestion, asthma and symptoms commonly associated with allergies, the common cold, influenza and bronchitis.

It promotes healthy lung function and helps support the body year round to deal with allergies to pet dander, dust and any foods that trigger mucus build up.

Seasonal Allergy is available in capsules and liquid - which is great for kids and those that struggle swallowing pills.

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