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Getting Started with resB® Lung Support

For best results, take one capsule twice daily – Once in the morning and once in the evening.

There are a number of factors that impact how quickly you feel effects from probiotics. Our scientists recommend continuous use for at least three months to experience the full benefits.*

To ensure consistency, it can be helpful to give some thought to your morning and evening routine. Consider pairing your ResBiotic with a glass of water as the first and last thing you do each day.

FAQs

General Questions

WHAT DOES RESB® LUNG SUPPORT DO?

WHY IS RESB® LUNG SUPPORT DIFFERENT FROM OTHER PROBIOTICS?

Taking the Product

IS RESB® LUNG SUPPORT SAFE TO TAKE WHILE ON MEDICATIONS?

ARE THERE ANY POTENTIAL SIDE EFFECTS OF RESB® LUNG SUPPORT?

CAN I TAKE RESB® LUNG SUPPORT WHILE PREGNANT OR BREASTFEEDING?

HOW DO I TAKE RESB® LUNG SUPPORT?

WHERE IS RESB® MANUFACTURED?

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO SEE BENEFITS?

WHERE DO I STORE MY RESB® LUNG SUPPORT?

CAN I KEEP THIS IN MY PILL ORGANIZER?

I'VE HEARD STOMACH ACID WILL KILL PROBIOTICS. IS THAT TRUE FOR RESB PROBIOTICS?

I’M ALLERGIC TO MOLD - IS YOUR PRODUCT SAFE FOR ME TO USE? DOES YOUR PRODUCT COME IN CONTACT WITH YEASTS AND MOLD?

ARE THERE ANY CONCERNS WITH RESB® LUNG SUPPORT AND IMMUNOCOMPROMISED PATIENTS?

IS A PREBIOTIC RECOMMENDED IN CONJUNCTION WITH RESB® LUNG SUPPORT?

resB® Lung Support promotes healthy breathing with respiratory-specific probiotic strains and bioactive botanicals. The probiotic blend targets the bidirectional interactions between the respiratory mucosa and the gut microbiota, also known as the gut-lung axis. These specific strains have been shown to support lung structure and function in preclinical studies.Curcuma longa(turmeric),Ocimum sanctum(holy basil), andAdhatoda vasica(vasaka) were added for their health-promoting qualities.*

resB® Lung Support is unique due to its proprietary blend of probiotic strains and botanicals, which have been tested independently and as a blend to support lung structure and function*. Standard dietary supplements either exclusively contain probiotics or botanical extracts.

While there are no known contraindications with resB® Lung Support and any over-the-counter or prescription medications, we encourage you to check in with your physician before adding new products to your regimen.

Additionally, if you are taking an antibiotic, take ResB at least 1 to 2 hours before or after your antibiotic dose.

Some GI discomfort can occur when taking probiotics, but these typically resolve within 2 weeks.  Please consult a healthcare professional if symptoms worsen or persist.

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, we recommend consulting your physician before taking resB® Lung Support.

You can take resB® Lung Support with or without food. If you miss a dose, just take two capsules the next time. The key is consistent daily use. You can read more about that here.

ResB® Probiotics are manufactured in the USA in GMP-certified facilities using international and domestic ingredients.

How quickly your probiotic works depends on what you’re taking it for. Symptom improvements could take anywhere from a few days to a few months, however, we recommend continuous daily use for at least 3 months to notice the full benefits of resB Lung Support.*

Probiotics are living microorganisms and proper storage is important to get all the health benefits. Make sure to refrigerate your resB® Lung Support to preserve potency.

We don’t recommend keeping your resB in a pill organizer because bacteria are sensitive to light and temperature.

The bacteria within ResB Probiotics are all studied and proven to be both stomach acid resistant and bile tolerant.

Our products are manufactured according to current FDA Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and meet all requirement for Manufacturing, Packaging, Labeling, or Holding Operations for Dietary Supplements. Every lot of every ResB product is tested to ensure it meets the FDA threshold limit of less than 300 CFU (colony forming units)/g for yeast and mold as specified by law.

There is no known risk of probiotics in immunocompromised individuals. As with any patient, immunocompromised patients should check with their healthcare professional prior to starting any new supplements or medications.

There is no specific recommendation to take a prebiotic with resB® Lung Support, however many people find prebiotics beneficial for both their naturally existing flora as well as the supplemental probiotic.