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SWISSE ULTIBOOST LUNG HEALTH SUPPORT

Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* is a premium quality formula containing important herbs, vitamins and minerals to support lung and respiratory health, as well as help maintain a healthy immune system.*

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Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* is a premium quality formula containing important herbs, vitamins and minerals to support lung and respiratory health, as well as help maintain a healthy immune system.*

Lung Health: Formulated with astragalus, which has been used in Traditional Western Herbal and Chinese Medicine as a lung tonic.*

Respiratory Health: This formulation contains reishi mushroom, which has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to help support healthy respiratory system function.* Also formulated with mullein and thyme, traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to help support respiratory health.*

Immune Health: The immune system is composed of cells and molecules organized into specialized tissues, which act as the body's first line of defense. This premium quality formula contains zinc, selenium, and vitamins A and C to support a healthy immune system.*

Antioxidant Support: Lungs require antioxidants to help protect against free radical damage caused by pollution. Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* is formulated with zinc, selenium, and vitamins C and E, which are antioxidants that help protect cells from potential free radical damage.*

Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* has been formulated based on scientific and traditional evidence to provide a comprehensive formula that helps protect lungs from modern environmental influences, in a convenient dose.*

Serving Size 3 Tablets

  Amount Per Serving % DV
Vitamin A (as retinyl palmitate) 351 IU 7%
Vitamin C (from calcium ascorbate dihydrate) 24 mg 40%
Vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopheryl succinate) 6.15 IU 21%
Calcium (from calcium phosphate dibasic) 453 mg 45%
Iron (from iron oxide) 1.8 mg 10%
Zinc (from zinc gluconate) 3.6 mg 24%
Selenium (from selenomethionine) 36 mcg 51%
Reishi (fruiting body) extract (20:1)
(extract equivalent to dry Reishi fruiting body 3 g)
150 mg *
Thyme (leaf) extract (4:1)
(extract equivalent to dry Thyme leaf 999 mg)
249.75 mg *
Astragalus (root) extract (10:1)
(extract equivalent to dry Astragalus root 9 g)
900 mg *
Mullein (leaf) extract (4:1)
(extract equivalent to dry Mullein leaf 2 g)
500 mg *

* Daily Value (DV) not established

 

Other ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, tablet coating (polyvinyl alcohol, polyethylene glycol 4000, talc, titanium dioxide), croscarmellose sodium, polyvinylpolypyrrolidone, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, polyvinylpyrrolidone, carnauba wax.

Made in Australia

RECOMMENDED ADULT USE:

Three tablets daily, with a main meal or as directed by a healthcare professional.

 

STORAGE:

Store at room temperature. Do not use if inner seal is broken.

 

WARNINGS:

If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medication or have a medical condition, please consult your Doctor before use.
Accidental overdose of iron-containing products is a leading cause of fatal poisoning in children under 6. Keep this product out of reach of children. In case of accidental overdose, call a doctor or poison control center immediately.

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Is Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* suitable for vegetarians?

Question

Is Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* suitable for vegetarians?

Answer

Yes! Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* is suitable for vegetarians.

Is Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* suitable for vegans?

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Is Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* suitable for vegans?

Answer

Yes! Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* is suitable for vegans.

Does Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* contain gluten?

Question

Does Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* contain gluten?

Answer

Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* contains no added gluten. We cannot guarantee that this product is 100 percent free from gluten; however, there is no added gluten in the formulation, nor do any of the ingredients in the product naturally contain gluten.

Is Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* suitable during pregnancy and breastfeeding?

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Is Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* suitable during pregnancy and breastfeeding?

Answer

We do not recommend consuming Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* during pregnancy or breastfeeding. We suggest consulting your Primary Healthcare Professional when considering changes to your supplementary routine so that your situation can be monitored as necessary.

Can I take Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* if I am currently taking pharmaceutical medication?

Question

Can I take Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support* if I am currently taking pharmaceutical medication?

Answer

If you are currently taking pharmaceutical medications, we recommend that you consult your Primary Healthcare Professional before consuming Swisse Ultiboost Lung Health Support.*