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Opti-Lung

Opti-Lung

  • Assists the respiratory system
  • Contains beta-carotene, B6, and more to support the organs of the respiratory system
Recommended Dose: Take 1 capsule 2 times daily
 
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30 servings per container
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Nutrient Combination for Targeted Respiratory Support

Respiratory Vitamins

Supplies beta-carotene, B6, and more which work to assist the respiratory system and associated organs.

Lung Protection

Develops and grows tissue and provides tissue support to help protect your lungs from disease.

Backup Supplier

Uses nutrients from the glandulars in this formula to replace what your body isn’t producing efficiently on its own.

Clear Breathing

Assists in the process of rejecting the toxins that come into your lungs from the environment.

Dairy Free
Dairy Free No dairy ingredients are in this product. NOTE: Many products in the OHS line contain probiotics and enzymes that help break down dairy helping the body utilize it when consumed.
Gluten Free
Gluten Free This product is free of Gluten which has been shown to cause an allergic reaction with certain individuals. NOTE: Many people take the Optimal Digestion formula to help with gluten digestion through our special enzyme that helps digest it.
GMP ✓
GMP Certified GMP certified means that the manufacturer has demonstrated a strong regulatory commitment and compliance to international GMP standards. All of the products from OHS are blended, encapsulated and/or tableted in a GMP facility. OHS also is a FDA registered facility including packaging and shipping.
Non-GMO
Non-GMO Non-GMO means a product was produced without genetic engineering and it's ingredients are not derived from GMOs.
Opti-Blend
Opti-Blend This blend of high potency enzymes and other nutrients are used to pre-digest the formulas making them more bioavailable and absorbed at the cellular level. Opti-Blend revolutionizes supplements because it allows the vitamins and minerals to be utilized at a much higher rate.
Whole Food
Whole Food Cultured Media Using nature's fermentation process with organic yeast, pure plant enzymes, stabilized probiotics, and a variety of whole foods, we can now deliver higher potencies of whole food vitamins and minerals.

What's Inside?

Kelp
Great antioxidant source, contains fiber which supports gut health, great source of iodine which supports thyroid health
Ginger
A natural anti-inflammatory and antioxidant that neutralizes oxidative damage at injury sites and speeds recovery.
Ginseng Root
Boosts immune system, prevents heart disease, heart, disease, high blood pressure, and more, can improve mood and boost endurance

Product Deep Dive

Glandular Support for Lung Health

How Lungs Work
The lungs are part of a group of organs and tissues—the respiratory system—that all work together to help you breathe. This involves your sinuses, nose, mouth, throat, bronchial tubes and windpipe, along with key blood vessels connected to them. The main job of the respiratory system is to move fresh air in and get waste gases out—a process called gas exchange.

At the cellular level, oxygen molecules are exchanged for carbon dioxide. The bloodstream then carries this waste product back to the lungs where it is removed from the bloodstream and eliminated via exhalation.

In addition to gas exchange, the respiratory system performs other important functions, including bringing inhaled air to the proper body temperature, moisturizing the air to the right humidity, and protecting the body from harmful substances by eliminating them through coughing, sneezing, and filtering. The respiratory system also facilitates the sense of smell.

Your Lungs Under Attack
With every breath, your respiratory system is working to maintain proper pH balance by moderating the level of carbon dioxide in your body. Your lungs filter out small blood clots and air bubbles as they can. They also aid heart function.

Lung also play a role in immune function, protecting you from particles you inhale, along with infectious microbes. Sometimes you cough stuff out. The rest of the time your digestive system takes over and destroys particles and microbes.

With all that being said, the contemporary world has placed your lungs and the rest of your respiratory system under constant bombardment from pollution.

People afflicted with asthma is on the rise. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about one in 12 people in the U.S. has asthma, or about 25 million people. And the rate appears to be on the rise. From 2001 to 2011, the CDC says the number of Americans with asthma grew by 28%.

And new research presented at this year's American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (ACAAI) annual meeting shows that scientists are seeing a corresponding rise in allergy rates as well.

"From 1976 to 1994, positive allergy skin tests in people with asthma increased significantly," said Leonard Bielory, M.D., an ACAAI fellow. "Not only have we found the number of asthma sufferers allergic to cats has more than doubled, but those with asthma are also 32 percent more likely to be allergic to cats than those without asthma."

The rise in allergies and asthma may also be due to an increase in airborne pollens, climate changes that trigger a rise in pollen levels, the energy-proofing of indoor home and work spaces, urban air pollution, or the overuse of antibiotics.

On top of all that, the prevalence of nonsmokers with COPD has been increasing, according to a study performed by the American College of Chest Physicians. Researchers examined 180 nonsmoking patients with COPD between the years of 2016 and 2018 and presented the findings at the CHEST congress back in April 2019. Forty six percent of patients had exposure to biomass gas, while 26% had exposure to toxic gases. These results support that exposure to biomass fuel is a major contributing factor to COPD and a higher risk among the rural population.

Other major respiratory illnesses include chronic bronchitis, emphysema, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, pneumonia, and pleural infection.

Key Nutrients for Optimal Lung Health

Just like your heart, your lungs have a key set of nutrients that help you get the most out of every breath.

Vitamin A - This essential nutrients acts as a natural beta carotene. Vitamin A is essential for growth and development of cells and tissues. Vitamin A plays a substantial role in the respiratory epithelium and the lung. During moderate vitamin A deficiency, the incidence for diseases of the respiratory tract is considerably increased and repeated respiratory infections. Supplementing with vitamin A is shown to reduce the risk of developing related diseases and optimize the health of mucus membranes, which your lungs use to protect them.

Select Vitamins & Minerals - This formula provides vitamin B6, calcium, magnesium, iodine and manganese for overall immune health and optimal body function. They are all parts of the intricate puzzle connected to your lungs.

Iodine plays a critical role in protecting your body from toxins. Magnesium is involved in countless bodily functions, including regulating muscle and nerve function, and blood pressure. Your respiratory system needs an adequate supply of magnesium to keep you breathing and constantly clearing out potentially harmful molecules.

Select Herbs - Opti-Lung takes advantage of including lotus, rutin, kelp, L-tyrosine, ginger, L-cysteine HCl monohydrate, pleurisy seed extract, Korean ginseng, glycine, yellow dock, uva ursi and blue cohosh. Each one of these research-backed nutrients either helps your body’s overall function--which indirectly affects respiratory function--or directly aids in the overall health of and protects your lungs.

Glandulars - Opti-Lung takes advantage of including safely sourced lung, thymus, pancreas, duodenum, spleen, kidney and stomach extracts from bovine glandulars out of Argentina. Together, they provide a complete array of tissue support for your lungs.

In Chinese medicine, the lung refers to the whole respiratory system and includes the nose and sinuses. Since most human energy is derived from oxygen in the air, the lung is primarily responsible for physical vitality and is said to govern qi.

Oral ingestion of animal glandular material is though to strengthen the corresponding human gland by increasing its tone, function, and/or activity.

Opti-Lung
The glandulars in the formula give Opti-Lung that push needed to elevate it to therapeutic level. By extracting nutrients, enzymes, hormones and so on from the glands, these ingredients help replace what your body isn’t producing efficiently on its own. When your lungs need an extra dose of healing and protection, these glandular ingredients are shown to help your respiratory system and associated organs.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you guarantee potency?

We do all of the work, from research and development to production and shipping, in-house. This means we know exactly what goes into every single supplement and powder we sell.

Where is the expiration date on the product?

D.O.M. (Date of Manufacture) is the new way that the FDA has asked all supplement companies to display dates onto our products, instead of expiration dates. All of our products have a general 2-year expiration date from the D.O.M. Although after these 2 years, the product doesn't go bad or cause harm, they simply start to lose potency.‍

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