Contains 30 lozenges
in 3 re-sealable pouches
Botanical Ingredients include: Buddha fruit, licorice root, fritillaria, Mandarin orange, loquat leaf
Synergistically formulated botanical combination for:
Botano Throat Sugar-free lozenges quickly and effectively relieve coughing and then help to heal the irritated throat by suppressing bronchial inflammation. Formulated and manufactured in the United States, Botano Throat delivers a synergistic combination of botanicals (plants and herbs) that have been used in Asia for centuries to suppress cough, promote healing of the inflamed or irritated throat, and to restore vocal function compromised due to laryngitis and pharyngitis. Current scientific research also validated their biological effectiveness. Visit the WinVivo Knowledge Garden to see the botanicals used in Botano Throat to understand how each botanical contributes to effectiveness of this product.
Instead of using the traditional, sugary cough syrup, Botano Throat comes in convenient, transportable lozenge form, and is naturally sweetened with a combination of unique low calorie fruit extract (Luo Han Guo, or Buddha fruit) and erythritol. Botano Throat is formulated to be highly effective and completely sugar-free (suitable for diabetics), with a lingering cool, light sweetness that keeps the mouth fresh and throat soothed long afterwards.
"Early springtime is always miserable for me. My allergies made me cough day and night for weeks and the usual cough drugs and cough candies couldn’t help much. This spring I got Botano Throat lozenges, and when I sucked the lozenges, I did not cough and my throat felt soothed..." [read more]
I am a high school teacher. Heavy loads of work often stress me out and constant talking (sometimes yelling in class) has left me with chronic laryngitis. It’s got worse recently. I felt that my throat was on fire. It was really very painful to talk but I had to continue teaching classes. Thank goodness that I found Botano Throat.." [read more]
"I had a dry cough for months. I don\'t know if it was from allergies or an irritation that just didn\'t go away. A guy at work gave me a packet of Botano Throat..." [read more]
For more user experiences, go to "Testimonials - Botano Throat" page.
As a key ingredient included in our product Botano Throat™, Momordica grosvenori, also known as Siraitia grosvenorii, is an herbaceous perennia vine native to southern China and Northern Thailand and best known for its fruit, the luo han guo (which means Buddha fruit in Chinese), one of several that have been called longevity fruit.
For thousands of years fritillaria has been used in Asia to clear heat and to moisten the lung dryness, for heat-type bronchitis with dry cough and for the heart (to calm heart fire). Fritillaria is also used for treating lumps beneath the skin, such as scrofulous swellings and breast lumps.
As a key ingredient included in our product Botano Throat™, Licorice (Glycyrrhiza uralensis) is a flavorful herb that has been used in food and medicinal remedies for thousands of years. Also known as "sweet root," licorice root contains glycyrrhizic acid, a compound that is roughly 50 times sweeter than sugar.
Loquat syrup (often combined with honey) is used in Chinese medicine for soothing the throat like a cough drop. Extract of leaves, combined with other ingredients (such as extract of fritillaria bulbs) and known as pipa gao (literally "loquat paste"), acts as a demulcent and an expectorant, as well as to soothe the digestive and respiratory systems.
The dried peel of fully matured ripen fruits of mandarin orange has been used in Asia for more than 1000 years as a natural remedy to relieve cough and dissolve phlegm. Modern scientific studies demonstrate that extract of aged mandarin orange peel has pharmaceutical effects such as anti-inflammatory, anti-asthmatic, and anti-fungal effects.
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