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Broncial Support supplements optimize healthy bronchi. They help with congestion & promote clear, healthy breathing.** In addition, bronchial support supplements work to:

  • Ease congestion through more productive coughs.**
  • Support respiratory wellness for greater energy.**
  • Modulate inflammation within the lungs’ bronchi.**
Read more about Bronchial Support

What are Bronchial Tubes?

The bronchial tubes are part of the bronchi, twin tubes that first branch off the trachea, and then continue to branch and split into numerous smaller branches that make up the actual bronchial tubes themselves. Air is inhaled and distributed through the many tubes in the bronchi, all of which are lined with mucous to filter the air and remove foreign particles before the air reaches the end of the bronchial tubes. When air reaches the end of bronchi, it passes into the alveoli. Here, oxygen is transferred into the bloodstream while carbon dioxide is extracted from blood and exhaled.**

At times, mucous in the bronchi cannot filter all inhaled foreign particles completely, often due to viral or bacterial infections, causing bronchial problems. Bronchi may become inflamed and swollen, which lessens the amount of oxygen taken into the body. Allergies, long-term exposure to irritants, and smoking may also cause these effects. Asthma is likely the most widespread bronchial condition, with 235 million sufferers worldwide according to the World Health Organization.**

While many conventional means of easing bronchial issues are available, there are also multiple natural supplements that can aid in modulating inflammation of the bronchial cells and mucous linings and maximizing the energizing oxygen we draw from the air. The most popular bronchial support supplements include:**

  • NAC: A form of the essential amino acid cysteine, N-acetylcysteine, or NAC, is popular as a mucolytic: It is believed to help break-up mucous buildup in congested bronchi and bronchial tubes, making for easier breathing and more productive coughs.**
  • Quercetin: Quercetin is commonly found in apples and tea and has an array of health benefits. As an antioxidant, it is strongly associated with respiratory wellness. Quercetin helps neutralize free radicals in the bronchi and influences histamine production, making it ideal for allergy sufferers.**
  • Bromelain: A potent protein group, bromelain is found in pineapples, particularly in the stem. Bromelain helps to soothe respiratory inflammation, primarily in the mucous membranes that cause congestion when irritated.**
  • Marshmallow Root: Used for centuries in traditional folk wellness practices, marshmallow root can be used to ease irritation and modulate inflammation of the mucous membranes in the lungs.**
  • Himalayan Salt Air Inhalers: A form of salt air therapy, research has indicated that salt air inhalation can reduce the hyper-responsiveness in the bronchial tubes that causes respiratory problems. These inhalers may also thin mucous to ease lung congestion.**
  • Neti Pot: These pots are used as a means of nasal irrigation, primarily to cleanse the sinuses of foreign particles. Research has suggested nasal irrigation may help those with congestion, enabling cleaner air to reach the bronchial tubes and in turn cause less inflammation and congestion of the bronchi themselves.**
  • Aller-7: A blend of seven different botanical extracts, research has suggested that Aller-7 helps with bronchial respiratory issues through antioxidant and immune supportive properties. This seasonal breathing formula is believed to support both the sinuses and bronchi.**

​​Bronchial Support Products

Bronchial support supplements originate from various sources. Capsules, softgels, and inhalers are the most widely available forms of these supplements.**

Bronchial Support Products Directions for Use

Before beginning any supplement regimen, be sure to consult with your health care provider. There is no set recommended dosage for these supplements.**