If your voice is your life, then Vocal-eze® is a lifesaver! Developed for singers, speakers, teachers, choirs, everybody!
Soothes and lubricates the throat and is a bronchio-dilator. Warms the lungs and increases oxygen uptake. A strong respiratory anti-viral and anti-bacterial that stimulates immunity.
Also can be used as an expectorant.
Marshmallow Root helps remove mucus from the lungs, heals, soothes and relaxes bronchial tubes. Marshmallow is known for it's mucilaginous properties.
Osha Root, native to New Mexico, is the most powerful respiratory anti-viral. It also bronchio-dilates, warms the lungs by increasing blood supply, soothes and protects the throat.
Echiancea Root is an anti-bacterial and anti-viral stimulant. It prevents tissue breakdown and keeps the white blood cells alert in order to protect the throat. It also helps to keep saliva flowing and prevent drying up.
Licorice Root is a strong systemic anti-inflammatory and immune stimulant.
Propolis is a powerful anti-bacterial and protects the throat like a force field.
Ginger Root is a warming circulatory stimulant to the respiratory tract. It helps increase secretions to prevent drying.
Honey soothes and coats the throat and adds immune protection.
"Some nights, the difference between me making it through a show or not is Vocal-eze."
Rob Thomas - Matchbox 20
"What I love about Vocal-eze is that it is a great lubricant for the throat. It stays with me once I use it - whether in concert or the recording studio."
"Vocal-eze is great and I highly recommend it. It really works!"
Reverend Bobby Jones - Bobby Jones's Choir
I can't imagine trying to have a show without Vocal-eze."
Tammy Genovese - VP CMA (Awards)
Ingredient Key: + Certified Organic, > Ethically Wild Harvested, - Selectively Imported
Serving Size: 2 Sprays
Servings Per Container: 80
|Propietary blend: Marshmallow root+, Osha root>, Licorice root-, Echinacea purpurea root+, Propolis-, Echinacea purpurea flowe®, Ginger root>, Echinacea angustifolia root+, Echinacea purpurea see°
|*Daily value not established