Kids Airway Ease (formerly Asthma Rescue~Cough)
Formulated for symptoms such as wheezing, shortness of breath, congestion, coughing, inflammation and other related symptoms.
Directions: Children, ages 0 to 11, give 3 drops or pellets by mouth (ages 12 and up, give 6 drops or pellets) as needed or as directed by a health professional. Under age 2, crush/dissolve pellets in purified water. Sensitive persons begin with 1 drop or pellet and gradually increase to full dose.
Active Ingredients: Equal parts of Echinacea 3x, Lappa major 3x, Antimonium tartaricum 15x, Arsenicum album 15x, Bryonia 15x, Chelidonium majus 15x, Cinchona officinalis 15x, Drosera 15x, Eucalyptus globulus 15x, Histaminum hydrochloricum 15x, Hydrastis canadensis 15x, Kali bichromicum 15x, Kali carbonicum 15x, Kali iodatum 15x, Myrrha 15x, Natrum sulphuricum 15x, Nux vomica 15x, Phosphorus 15x, Pulsatilla 15x, Rumex crispus 15x, Sambucus nigra 15x, Spongia tosta 15x, Tussilago farfara 15x, Verbascum thapsus 15x, Influenzinum 30x.
Liquid Inactive Ingredients: USP Purified water; USP Gluten-free, non-GMO, organic cane alcohol 20%.
Pellet Inactive Ingredients: Gluten-free, non-GMO, organic beet-derived sucrose (lactose free) pellets.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Airway Ease may be administered for the following conditions:
Antimonium tartaricum: Asthma; Coughing and gasping; Rapid, short, difficult breathing.
Arsenicum album: Asthma; Shortness of breath; Worse with exertion and at night.
Bryonia: Asthma; Whooping cough; Dry, hacking, painful cough; Warm room excites cough.
Chelidonium majus: Chest disorders; Short breath and tight chest; Spasmodic cough loose, rattling, expectoration difficult.
Cinchona officinalis: Asthma; Drenching sweats at night; Snoring, especially with children.
Drosera: Spasmotic cough resembling whooping cough; Asthma when talking; Coughs and chokes.
Echinacea: Acute auto-infection, septic conditions; Constant clearing of mucus from throat.
Eucalyptus globulus: Asthma; Asthma with great dyspnea (difficulty breathing) and palpitations; Whooping cough in rachitic (inflammation of vertebrae) children.
Histaminum hydrochloricum: Asthma; Lack of air; Coughing fits which almost choke, prevents speech.
Hydrastis canadensis: Frontal headache; Thick mucous discharge; Throat sore.
Influenzinum: Fever; Dry, painful cough; Fatigue.
Kali bichromicum: Asthma; Colds; Thick, sticky, ropey, stringy, tough discharges; Snuffles (obstructed nose) of children, especially fat, chubby babies.
Kali carbonicum: Asthma; Wheezing in chest; Incessant, hard, choking, futile cough, then vomiting; Better in warm climate.
Kali iodatum: Coughs; Croup; Glandular swellings; Whistling asthmatic breathing.
Lappa major: Tickling in glottidis; Loose sounding cough, no expectoration.
Myrrha: Asthma; Coughs; Respiratory weakness with difficult expectoration.
Natrum sulphuricum: Humid asthma; Shortness of breath during damp weather; Shortness of breath, especially when walking; Asthma in children.
Nux vomica: Asthma; Colds; Coughs; Shallow and oppressed breathing; Throat tickling.
Phosphorus: Colds; Coughs; Hard, dry, hacking cough; Asthma after cough.
Pulsatilla: Shortness of breath (dyspnea); Respiration accelerated, short and superficial (during fever) or rattling and anxious; Children like fuss and caresses.
Rumex crispus: Asthma; Cough caused by incessant tickling in throat-pit; Dry teasing cough, preventing sleep.
Sambucus nigra: Thick, yellow, acrid, ropy discharge; Ear disorders.
Spongia tosta: Croup; Anxiety and difficult breathing; Dry barking, croupy cough; Children with fair complexion, lax fiber, swollen glands.
Tussilago farfara: Coughs.
Verbascum thapsus: Cough worse at night; Asthma; Frequent attacks of deep, hollow cough, sounds like a trumpet, caused by tickling in the larynx and chest.
|Thank God everyday for discovering this complex. My son has used his inhaler for three months now. No wheezing. Cost effective|
||Dont need to use the inhaler anymore!
|My daughter has asthma and normally uses an inhaler before her soccer games, and sometimes during the games, if she starts wheezing. Since she started taking the Kids Asthma Rescue~Cough, she doesnt need to use her inhaler. If she uses it on a regular basis, she wont even develop the wheezing in the first place. Great product!|
|I have used this for first time in 2012 and it has saved me a hospital trip more than one time or more.|