Sisu Protocol

Respiratory Health

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Cold and Flu Rescue with Ester-C®

Take 2 capsules 3 times per day with meals. Take at the first sign of infection.

A fast-acting combination of natural compounds to reduce the duration and severity of cold and flu symptoms and of upper respiratory tract infection. 

Contains Ester-C® (vitamin C), andrographis, NAC (N-acetyl-L-cysteine), and Echinacea purpurea and angustifolia, all shown in published research to help support respiratory and immune health, reducing risk and alleviating symptoms of respiratory tract infections. Non-acidic Ester-C® has also shown decreased incidence of digestive upset compared to ascorbic acid, as well as increased retention – up to 24 hours – within the white blood cells (leukocytes) of the immune system.

Cold and Flu Rescue with Ester-C® Product Sheet

Mag Citrate 210

Take 2 caplets daily

Helps to promote proper muscle function, strong bones, and electrolyte balance. May be helpful in reducing tension and relaxing airway muscles.

Provides 210 mg of pure, elemental magnesium in the citrate form for enhanced bioavailability. Optimal magnesium levels are associated with a lower risk of allergies and may enhance quality of life in people with certain chronic lung conditions.

Mag Citrate 210 Product Sheet


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