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Advanced LungCare has proven itself to us to be the most effective natural formula that we have ever found. All the ingredients are scientific-chosen 100% naturals in composition and purity…making Advanced LungCare truly unparalleled in its potency and effectiveness. We are happy to inform you that…more and more patients suffering from respiratory problems are finding solutions through our Advanced LungCare…is the natural way to help promote and maintain healthy life.
Benifits of taking Our Advanced LungCare :
Lung support
  • Help to manage asthma symptoms
  • Support healthy blood circulation
  • Promote healthy lung and natural function
  • Assist the lung in producing more airflows
  • Promote energy for vibrate health
  • Boost immune function
  • Ease coughing problem
  • Improve sense of well-being

Naturally Support Healthy Lung

Advanced LungCare is a proprietary blend of all the scientific-chosen herbs and vitamins for their natural effectiveness and purity to help you maintain healthy kidney functions.

Healthy liver promotes health balance…the energy and vitality to get moving…and improve over all health.

Asthma is a chronic health problem that affects your airways. The inflammation makes the airways very sensitive, and they tend to react strongly to things that you are allergic to. It is not clear exactly what makes the airways of people with asthma swollen in the first place. All we know is that if members in your family have asthma, then you are more likely to develop it. New research points that being exposed to things like tobacco smoke, infections, and some allergens early in your life may increase your chances of developing asthma. Asthma cannot be cured, but most people with this health problem can manage it so that they have few and infrequent symptoms and can participate in active lives.


Serving Size: 1 Capsule

Servings Per Container: 60

Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine USP)


Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)




Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)


Proprietary Blend


Spirulina Powder


English Ivy Extract


Boswelia Extract




N-Acetyl Neuraminic Acid


* Daily Value Not Established


Magnesium Stearate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Silicon Dioxide, Stearic Acid, Gelatin (capsules)

This product contains no yeast, wheat, corn, dairy, soy, or glutens.


    • We suggest a starting dose of 1capsule times a day up to 3 capsules 3 times a day.
    • This product is best taken on an empty stomach.
    • Do not exceed 9 capsules in one day.
    • Store in a cool and dry place.
    • This product has a 3 year shelf life.


asthmaThe incidence and prevalence of respiratory disease has seen a steady increase since the early 1980s. Various theories have been advanced as explanations. Most experts believe that environmental pollution of the air we breathe is at the root of the problem. In 1980 the self reported prevalence of asthma was 30.7 per 1000 population. In 1995 this same figure was 56.8 per 1000 persons. This represents a 75% increase. Clearly asthma and chronic respiratory disease are here to stay.

To further illustrate the prevalence and magnitude of the problem we have included some statistics from the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology.


    • Approximately 20 million Americans have asthma.
    • Nine million U.S. children under 18 have been diagnosed with asthma
    • More than four million children have had an asthma attack in the previous year.
    • More than 70% of people with asthma also suffer from all
    • 10 million Americans suffer specifically from allergic asth
    • The prevalence of asthma increased 75% from 1980-1994
    • restricted_airwayAsthma rates in children under the age of five have increased more than 160% from 1980-1994
    • In 2003, there were 12.7 million physician office visits and 1.2 million outpatient department visits due to asthma
    • There were 1.9 million asthma-related visits to emergency departments in 2002
    • There are approximately 5,000 deaths from asthma annually
    • Direct health care costs for asthma in the United States total more than $11.5 billion annually; indirect costs (lost productivity) add another $4.6 billion for a total of $16.1 billion. Prescription drugs represented the largest single direct medical expenditure, over $5 billion
    • 12.8 million School days are missed annually due to asthma
    • The value of reduced productivity due to death represented the largest single indirect cost related to asthma, approaching $1.7 billion.
    • Asthma_The value of reduced productivity due to death represented the largest single indirect cost related to asthma, approaching $1.7 billion
    • Asthma accounts for approximately 24.5 million missed work days for adults annually
    • Asthma prevalence is 39% higher in African Americans than in whites
    • The prevalence of asthma in adult females was 35% greater than the rate in males, in 2003
    • Approximately 40% of children who have asthmatic parents will develop asthma



vitaminb6USPPyridoxine deficiency results in depressed immunity, noted by a reduction in the quantity and quality of antibodies produced, shrinkage of lymphatic tissues (including the thymus gland), decreased thymic hormone activity, and a reduction in the number and activity of lymphocytes. In general, asthmatics have a defect in tryptophan metabolism and reduced platelet transportation of serotonin, possibly as a result of low vitamin B6 levels. In one study, oral supplementation with 50 mg of vitamin B6 twice daily resulted in a dramatic decrease in frequency and severity of wheezing and asthmatic attacks. Although all patients reported benefit, in seven of the patients’, supplementation failed to produce a substantial elevation of the pyridoxal-5-phosphate. This suggests that some patients may need even more vitamin B6.


vitaminB12Sulfites have been implicated as the cause of bronchospasm in some subjects with asthma. However, there is still no universally accepted explanation of the pathogenesis of the se reactions. In a clinical trial, weekly intramuscular injections of 1,000 mcg of vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) produced significant improvements in asthma patients.18 of 20 patients showed decreased shortness of breath on exertion and improvement in appetite, sleep, and general condition.B Anibarro, et alchallenge testing.

The challenge test with me., studied five children with asthma with metabisulfite intolerance confirmed by oral tabisulfite was repeated after premedication of all the patients with 1.5 mg of oral cyanocobalamin – vitamin B12. In four of the five patients treated with cyanocobalamin, bronchospasm did not develop in the second metabisulfite challenge.It is suggested that oral supplementation with 1 to 3 milligrams of vitamin B12 daily may provide a benefit similar to that provided by the injectable form.


seleniumSelenium deficiency has been associated with impaired function of the immune system. Moreover, selenium supplementation in individuals who are not overtly selenium deficient appears to stimulate the immune response. In two small studies, healthy and immunosuppressed individuals supplemented with 200 mcg/day of selenium as sodium selenite for 8 weeks showed an enhanced immune cell response to foreign antigens compared with those taking a placebo. A considerable amount of basic research also indicates that selenium plays a role in regulating the expression of cell signaling molecules called cytokines, which orchestrate the immune response. It has been suggested that Selenium deficiency may play a role in chronic respiratory disease. Observational studies have demonstrated that patients with chronic asthma may have lower levels of Selenium than their controls. One clinical trial with a total of 24 patients suffering from chronic asthma reported significant improvement in the Selenium group as compared with controls. This study has not been replicated or repeated to date.


vitamin_CVitamin C is also a highly effective antioxidant. Even in small amounts, vitamin C can protect indispensable molecules in the body, such as proteins, lipids (fats), carbohydrates, and nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) from damage by free radicals and reactive oxygen species that can be generated during normal metabolism as well as through exposure to toxins and pollutants (e.g. smoking). Vitamin C may also be able to regenerate other antioxidants such as vitamin E (1). According to researchers at the Pediatric Ambulatory Clinic, Rabin Medical centre, Vitamin C offers a protective effect for asthma sufferers who experience exercise-induced hyperactive airways. 20 asthma patients (13 men, 7 women) aged between 7-28 years and diagnosed with exercise-induced asthma, participated in the study. All of the patients underwent pulmonary tests and were then randomly assigned to receive 2g vitamin C or a placebo tablet one hour before a 7-minute exercise on a treadmill. One week later, the same experiment was conducted, but this time the patient groups were reversed.

While the vitamin C did not show pulmonary function tests at rest one hour after the exercise, nine of the patients experienced a protective effect after taking the vitamin C. Interestingly, the same protective effect was seen when the patients took only 0.5g vitamin C. A literature search using the PubMed search engine revealed 119 citations consistently relating low vitamin C levels to worsening of respiratory diseases. The weight of the evidence, although at times inconsistent, seems to be that Vitamin C has a role in improving and or preventing reactive airways disease.


spirulina_powderThis ingredient is also known as blue-green algae. It is considered to be a rich source of proteins and contains a large concentration of vitamin B12. One of the factors that make this botanical so interesting is the fact that biologists believe that it is on the developmental cusp somewhere between the plant kingdom and the animal kingdom. It appears to have characteristics of both, although it is formally classified as a plant.Medicinal studies of Spirulina have found it has the ability to attenuate or mediate Mast cell immediate-type allergic reactions. Spirulina and some of its constituents have shown an ability to favorably affect various immune functions. In one animal experiment, it boosted phagocytic activity and increased natural killer (NK)-cell activity two fold, compared with controls. Spirulina has significantly inhibited chemically induced anaphylactic shock and serum histamine levels in rats leading to the conclusion that Spirulina may inhibit Mast cell degranulation.In another experiment, Spirulina significantly inhibited local allergic reactions induced by IgE. It demonstrated more specifically, a significant inhibitory effect on alpha-tumor necrosis factor production.

This has lead researchers to conclude that Spirulina inhibits mast cell degranulation (histamine release) and immediate type allergic reactions both in vitro and in vivo. When histamine release is diminished the entire sequence of physiologic events culminating in what we call asthma is also diminished. This results in less airway constriction, less swelling and edema of the airway, and lessened respiratory secretions from decreasing the release of histamine.


english_ivy_extractFive randomized controlled trials have investigated the efficacy of Ivy Leaf extract, in various forms, in the context of bronchial asthma. The majority of these trials were conducted in the pediatric population. The three studies, judged to be of the best quality, each found clinical improvement in reported symptoms. There were no reported adverse reactions to the preparations. Although it is difficult to draw far ranging conclusions, it appears that Ivy Leaf extract does exert a positive effect on respiratory secretions and the attendant bronchial constriction. The precise biochemical mechanism by which this occurs has not yet been elucidated.


boswelia_ExtractBoswellia has an ancient and rich past in complementary and alternative medicine. In the Indian Ayurvedic School of treatment, Boswellia was employed for a number of conditions including asthma, arthritis and inflammatory conditions in Bronchial asthma. The Harvard Medical Schools consumer health information letter states, “There is a scientific basis for Boswellia working as an anti-asthmatic drug. And this evidence, combined with the available research in humans, suggests that when Boswellia is used chronically, it may reduce the number of asthma attacks.”

A communication from the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center speculates that Boswellia may attenuate the production of certain inflammatory leukotrienes. Other researchers suggest that the observed anti-inflammatory effects obtain from inhibition of prostaglandin PGE-2. It seems likely that this botanical affects the inflammatory process at several sites. This may account for the observed soothing and inflammation fighting properties noted in the clinical studies.


N-Acetyl_Neuraminic_AcidBasophil and mast cell histamine release was studied in leukocyte suspensions from normal individuals and from patients allergic to house mite dust and birch pollen. Histamine release was stimulated by treating the Basophils and Mast cells with specific antigens and with antigen specific IgE. The white blood cells were further treated with Influenza A virus which is known to cause aggravated release of histamine. Wash out studies in each case demonstrated that the aggravated histamine release was blocked by the binding of these amino sugars to the Basophil membrane. This was presumed to prevent the aggravated and potentiating effect of the viral exposure.


Advanced LungCare was the culmination of a lengthy development process. Weeks of research into the medical literature looking for all natural botanical ingredients that had been shown to be safe and effective was involved. The working list of these ingredients was approximately a dozen. After much thought and further research, the list of compatible ingredients was narrowed to a final formulation of nine. Each of these was extensively studied, and we are confident that we have formulated a unique, effective, safe and 100% truly botanical product for respiratory disease.Advanced LungCare employs ingredients that work in ways that are closely similar to prescription medications. The same biochemical pathways related to hypersensitivity, excess respiratory secretion and inflammation are acted upon by the ingredients in Advanced LungCare.Our ingredients retard the release of histamine in response to environmental triggers of all types. This in turn helps to prevent constriction of the airways and swelling of the mucous membranes. Additionally, there are ingredients which exert soothing effects. The formulation is designed to prevent airway constriction and inflammation as well as provide a direct anti-inflammatory effect. We believe that this 100% botanical formulation is the finest, safest and most effective product of its type.


We suggest a starting dose of 1 capsule 3 times a day up to 3 capsules 3 times a day. Do not exceed 9 capsules in one day. The absorption of Adavnced LungCare is best on an empty stomach, but it can be taken with food as well. As with other products that work in a preventive fashion it is important to remember that Adavnced LungCare is not intended to relieve acute respiratory distress; for this you should consult your health care provide. Adavnced LungCare’s best use is the long term prevention and or reduction of symptoms. Adavnced LungCare is compatible with all other asthma related medications and may be taken in conjunction with them. We believe that Adavnced LungCare, when used consistently over time, will allow the discontinuation or reduction of the use of prescription medications. As with all dietary supplements, please inform your health care provider of your use of this product. Adavnced LungCare is prepared in gelatin, dye free “00” capsules. Each bottle contains 90 capsules. Adavnced LungCare should be stored at room temperature, in a dry environment, and remain sealed in a child-proof container. As with all medications and supplements, keep safe from small children. This product has a 3 year shelf life.


As with any botanical derived product there is the chance of unforeseen adverse reactions. Persons with known allergies to any ingredient used in Adavnced LungCare should avoid taking it. Minor reactions such as allergic skin rash, stomach discomfort or diarrhea may rarely occur. If a suspected adverse reaction does occur, the product should be discontinued and medical advice sought. The medical literature relating to such reactions, relevant to this product, would indicate that such reactions are quite rare and when they do occur are mild and cease when use is discontinued. If suspected side effects do occur, consult your health care practitioner for further advice.


The Ultimate Asthma Support Formula is not recommended for young children under the age of 12, pregnant or nursing women, women who intend to become pregnant, or those with severe liver or kidney disease.


The medical literature does not report any drug interactions between our ingredients and prescription medications currently approved for use in the United States.


The products and the claims made about specific products on or through this document have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration and are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. The information provided in this brochure is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional or any information contained on or in any product label or packaging. You should not use the information in this brochure for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem or for prescription of any medication or other treatment. You should consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem.





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