Sino-Lung Formula

SKU: 2011A
Supportive Function: Sino-Lung-Formula is a revolutionary mixture of ingredients that optimizes natural defenses by including glandular immune support, strong-acting propolis, healthful herbs, N-acetyl cysteine to maintain cell protection, along with synergistic nutrients and antioxidants to facilitate the maintenance of a healthy respiratory tract.

When is Sinus Support helpful? Sinus infection, nasal congestion, asthma, and respiratory conditions.
Clinical Applications Research: Vitamin A (beta-carotene): Beta-carotene is a potent antioxidant, which works in areas of low oxygen tension, making it especially important at the cellular level of the lungs, where deoxygenated blood reaches the lungs and accepts fresh oxygen.

Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid): Vitamin C is the most abundant antioxidant in the extra cellular fluid lining of the lungs. Low vitamin C intake has been correlated with pulmonary dysfunction (National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey), asthmatics have lower than normal serum levels of vitamin C (Aderele WR et al., Afr J Med Sci 1985; 14:115-20), and supplementation with vitamin C seems to help. It has been noted that symptoms of ongoing asthma in adults appear to be increased by exposure to environmental oxidants and decreased by vitamin C supplementation. Seven clinical trials showed an improvement in respiratory measurements as a result of supplementation with 1-2 grams of vitamin C.

Lemon Bioflavonoids: Bioflavonoids are found in nature with vitamin C, and they boost the therapeutic effect of vitamin C, helping to build strong connective tissue, and create a protective barrier to infection.

N-Acetyl-Cysteine: N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC) has a unique cell-protecting ability, potent antioxidant activity, is a precursor for extra cellular connective tissue, and is a precursor for glutathione, another important antioxidant found in the extra cellular fluid lining of the lungs.

Propolis: Propolis is a substance made by bees, which is sometimes called, “bee glue," which is highly antibacterial and anti-inflammatory. It is very effective in counteracting lung inflammations.

Cranberry (fruit) and Elderberry (flower): Cranberry and elderberry have phytochemicals called proanthocyanidins, which are potent phytochemicals that prevent the release and synthesis of compounds that promote inflammation, such as histamine, serine proteases, prostaglandins and leukotrienes (Trends Pharm Sci.1984; 5:335-8). Additionally, cranberry has the ability to reduce adhesion of bacteria and microbes to mucous linings, such as those in the respiratory system. Elderberry reduces phlegm, acts as an anti-inflammatory and expectorant, and is useful for upper respiratory tract mucous, especially associated with colds and hay fever (Ody, P. The Complete Medicinal Herbal. 1993. Dorling Kindersley Ltd, London).

Glandulars: Glandulars are thought to provide precursor substances that the body can use to support and enhance the function of a specific gland. They may provide the potential “life force” the body needs to enhance function of a specific organ or gland. Glandulars are tissue concentrates, usually of a bovine source, which stimulate the glands they respond to, such as the lungs and thymus gland. They provide integral amino acid sequencing and signaling substances to enhance their respective organs. Glandular therapy began in the late 19th century when doctors suggested to their patients that eating the glandular parts from a cow that correspond to the weaknesses in their own bodies may help them to heal. The Egyptians and Greeks used glandular therapy many years ago because they believed in the concept that “like heals like” (Haas, E. MD. Staying Healthy with Nutrition. 1992; Celestial Arts, Berkeley, Ca. p. 283). In the late 1800s, desiccated thyroid glandular was used for patients with hypothyroidism or goiter, but was replaced once the thyroid hormone thyroxin (T4) was isolated. Many doctors felt that the whole glandular was superior, due to better utilization, absorption, and synergistic action. Dr. A. Kemet investigated whether or not oral glandulars were organ specific. Using radioactive isotope tracings, he found that glandular tissues were absorbed in the blood and deposited in the corresponding organs. He documented his findings in German medical publications of 1958 and 1972 (Balch, J.F., M.D. and Balch, P.A., C.N.C. Prescription for Nutritional Healing. 1990. Avery Publishing, Garden City Park, NY. p. 326).
Contraindications: Contraindicated in pregnancy. Echinacea contains sugars in its cell membrane, which the body can build resistance to. Some believe that the immune system should not be constantly stimulated, and recommend not taking continuously (i.e. 8 weeks on, 1 week off).
Ingredients: Each Tablet Contains: Vitamin A (beta-carotene) 750 mcg, Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) 75 mg. Proprietary blend 525 mg* of: Lemon Bioflavonoid, Hesperidin Complex, Echinacea Purpurea (root), Skullcap (plant), Lung (bovine), Thymus (bovine), Spleen (bovine), N-Acetyl Cysteine, Cranberry (fruit), Rutin, Propolis, Elderberry (flower).
Vegetarian: No
Suggested Dosage: 1 tablet daily or as directed
Pack: 60 Tablets
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