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Esotyne - Get Rid of Your Cough
Esotyne, a natural cough remedy, may be helpful for those experiencing a chronic cough while also reducing inflammation and irritation from the cough.
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The cough is an important defense mechanism. It is an incompletely understood action that allows us to maintain the integrity of our airways. However, when this action is involuntary, for example during chronic cough, it can be a very troublesome and limiting condition.

Most of us have suffered from cough at some point in our lives. This was likely a result of an acute viral respiratory illness or habitual smoking. A normal cough will usually subside in a time frame ranging from a few days to a few weeks. Persons suffering from chronic cough symptoms, on the other hand, may suffer from symptoms that persist for weeks or even years.

Getting to the root of this nagging condition is difficult for the patient and physician alike. Sufferers usually visit a number of physicians before they receive an accurate diagnosis. What’s more, once a diagnosis is made, symptom-management is usually delayed as each person is unique and will need a specific therapy.

This underlines the importance of receiving proper nutritional intake. A diet abundant in vitamins and minerals is critical when facing this vexing problem; nutritional adequacy insures that your immune system is functioning at its optimal level during the lengthy and, often times, frustrating process of diagnosis.

Our natural cough remedy, esotyne, can help reduce inflammation and congestion in your upper respiratory tract.


Chronic Cough and Its Cause


Chronic cough is a cough persisting for more than 3 weeks. Interestingly this condition is the fifth most common symptom for which patients seek medical care. The most common underlying factor for one developing chronic cough is if a patient has a history of smoking.

90% of all chronic cough patients smoke regularly, or have a positive smoking history. Interestingly, chronic cough has been shown to manifest as active airway inflammation in ex-smokers who have been smoke-free for over a decade. Despite these findings, current research estimates that only 15% of all smokers will be diagnosed with an obstructive airway disease. 

Others factors attributed to causing chronic cough include:

Allergies can cause an overproduction of mucus that runs down your throat from the back of the nose. This “postnasal drip” can cause chronic cough. For this reason, it is wise to avoid any known allergens like dust, smoke, pollen, and animals.
Although widely overlooked as a causal agent, some medicines can cause chronic cough. These include ACE inhibitors and Beta blockers (medicines to treat high blood pressure and heart failure).
One of the main culprits of a nagging cough is asthma. People with mild to moderate asthma often times never realize they have the condition and do not attribute their chronic cough to asthma. However, doctors usually prescribe medication if they believe your cough is caused by an underlying condition such as asthma.
Acid Reflux
Stomach acid that makes its way back up to the throat (often called Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) as “heartburn,” can also cause pain and chronic cough.


Standard Treatment Options


Regardless of its cause, chronic cough remains extremely difficult to treat. Treatments are directed at the underlying cause after extensive physical examinations; including smoking cessation and prescription medications. In addition to these recommendations, influenza immunizations and exercise of the respiratory and associated muscles (e.g. aerobic exercise) remains important for treating the troublesome symptoms associated with this condition.

Oxygen therapy, adequate hydration, and nutritional support are also advised for the long-term management of chronic bronchitis. Antibiotics have been shown to assist with only acute exacerbations, and only lead to modest improvement of airflow in persons suffering from chronic bronchitis. Again, physicians will determine treatment based upon the individual, his/her underlying conditions, and disease severity.




Esotyne not only addresses potential nutritional deficiencies, but provides your body with an influx of potent botanicals that work to neutralize your cough.

With its extensive ingredient list, Esotyne has proven itself helpful for those experiencing respiratory illnesses like chronic cough. Esotyne harnesses the ability to metabolize and detoxify histamines, while providing comprehensive nutritional support that strengthens the immune system. 

This formula can be used as your supplementary tool for clearing bronchial passage ways and reducing inflammation. Find out what other’s have about this revolutionary respiratory support formula.

“Breath easier today, with Esotyne.”


The Ingredients That Lend to Esotyne’s Effectiveness

Vitamin C
It is commonly known that a cough can be caused by an allergy or an upper respiratory tract infection. Vitamin C helps neutralize coughs by reducing inflammation and controlling histamines.
Bromelain has proven successful in clinical study for various conditions, including upper respiratory congestion and soft tissue inflammation.
Bee Pollen
Natures wonder food, Bee Pollen contains a wide variety of vitamins and minerals that include: carotenoids, B-Vitamin compounds, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin K, rutin, folic acid, choline, inositol, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sulfur, sodium, chlorine, magnesium, iron, manganese, copper, iodine, zinc, silicon, molybdenum, boron, and titanium. Bee Pollen is an integral component to Esotyne, as it boosts immunity. In fact, Bee Pollen is commonly recommended to help with allergies, hay fever, and chronic cough.
Bee Propolis
Yet another supplement produced by bees, Propolis is powerful and natural antibiotic that may prevent the cell division of bacteria while also breaking down bacterial walls.
Royal Jelly
Is known to aid in liver disease, insomnia, ulcers, and chronic cough.
Golden Seal
Boosts the immune system while helping with inflammation of the mucous membranes. Golden Seal is especially useful for upper respiratory infections.


9/10 customers are SATISFIED with Esotyne

Based on returns, testimonials, complaints, and feedback

"I didn't comprehend that cough was even a condition until last year when I got a chronic cough and it never went away. I found your website one day when I was at work (don't tell my boss) and I realized my cough was the one described on this page. I gave Esotyne a try and after continual use my cough slowly disappeared…"

-Peter Gale



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Esotyne Supplement Facts

Serving Size 2 Capsules Amount Per Serving Daily Value
Servings Per Container 30
Vitamin C 500 mg 833%
Bromelain 20 mg *
Quercetin 200 mg *
Bee Pollen 500 mg *
Bee Propolis 50 mg *
Royal Jelly 10 mg *
Golden Seal 40 mg *

Other Ingredients: Vegetarian Capsule (Hypromellose), Rice Powder, Magnesium Stearate.

*Daily Value Not Established


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