, Breathe Easy with MX7 RespirAssist, Nia Pure Nature

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Did you know? / What is Inflammation? / What is the difference between mucus and phlegm? /What is MX7 RespirAssist? / Lobelia / Fenugreek / Barberry / Stinging Nettle / Ginkgo biloba / Feverfew / Panax ginseng / Korean ginseng /

Did you know?
Each person is unique; however, the “rule of three” illumines the critical needs of our body: 3 weeks without food, 3 days without water, but only 3 minutes without oxygen.
For years, I paid little attention to my respiratory health and even less to my ability to breathe, the critical activity to life itself. Here are my discoveries.
The air you inhale moves down the back of your throat into your windpipe, then into your lungs and blood vessels. After absorbing the oxygen from the air, your blood goes to the heart, which pumps the oxygen to every cell of your body. 
After the cells use the oxygen, they make carbon dioxide that goes into your blood, which carries it back to your lungs, and it’s removed when you exhale., Breathe Easy with MX7 RespirAssist, Nia Pure Nature
Whatever obstructs this process will cause decreased oxygen uptake and utilization. The most fundamental obstruction is inflammation.
What is inflammation?
Inflammation is the body’s natural protective response when it senses an attack. Whether acute, such as a cut, or chronic such as an infection or invasion of toxic substances, your immune system immediately sends an army of white blood cells to surround and protect the area. 
This creates visible redness, swelling as well as pain, heat, and loss of function. Signs of affected lung functioning are wheezing, difficulty breathing, chest pain and tightness.
Inflammation can also cause conditions like allergies, asthma, bronchitis, and infections such as a cold, flu, or pneumonia. 
Both mucous and phlegm are produced by the inflammatory conditions and diseases discussed above. They affect your ability to breathe, which begins a cascade of adverse effects throughout the entire body.
 What is the difference between mucus and phlegm?
Although these terms are used interchangeably, there are slight differences.  
Mucous is a clear, slippery fluid produced naturally by glands in the tissues lining the nose, mouth and throat. Phlegm is a form of mucous produced by the lower respiratory tract, including the lungs.
The overproduction of mucus is expelled through the nose, while phlegm is expelled by coughing. To support this process, we need help, and  MX7 RespirAssist comes to our rescue., Breathe Easy with MX7 RespirAssist, Nia Pure Nature
MX7 RespirAssist is a combination of 7 medicinal herbs to reduce inflammation specifically. It acts as an expectorant that loosens phlegm, making it easier to cough up and overall lung and respiratory health.
What’s more, each herb has a variety of additional health benefits, which work together synergistically. Each individual herb on the team works together to bring you balance and homeostasis in your quest for well-being. It is like hitting a home run with all the bases loaded.
  1. Lobelia, Breathe Easy with MX7 RespirAssist, Nia Pure Nature (Lobelia Inflate): An herb that grows in southern Canada and the eastern United States. Lobelia has many health benefits. It is commonly used for breathing problems, including whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis, and shortness of breath (apnea) in newborn infants. Some people take lobelia as a sedative to help them relax. Lobelia has been used for many centuries to help with respiratory conditions. It shines as an

    expectorant to get rid of phlegm while soothing the cough.

  2.  Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum): This plant was first used medicinally by the Ancient Egyptians. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is known as a “phlegm mover”. Fenugreek is also known for its lymphatic cleansing activity through its vital role is to irrigate the cells with nutrients and remove toxic wastes, dead cells and trapped proteins from the body. Fenugreek maintains mucus conditions of the body, primarily the lungs, by helping to clear congestion. It also acts as a throat cleanser and mucus solvent that also eases the urge to cough. Fenugreek has been used to relieve colds, bronchial complaints, influenza, asthma, catarrh, constipation, sinusitis, pleurisy, pneumonia, sore throat, laryngitis, hay fever, tuberculosis and emphysema.
  3. Barberry (Berberis vulgaris): Barberry was used medicinally for thousands of years in Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Barberry provides a variety of immune system benefits. It inhibits bacterial growth and lowers inflammation. It also helps relieve common respiratory tract issues, including sore throat, nasal congestion, sinusitis and bronchitis.
  4. Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica): is a perennial flowering plant that has been used medicinally dating back to ancient civilizations. The aerial parts help combat inflammation and provide relief from allergies and other breathing problems that cause congestion and sneezing. 
  5. Ginkgo biloba (Salisburia adiantifolia): Chinese herbal medicine uses both the leaf and seeds of the Ginkgo biloba. However, we focused on a Ginkgo biloba extract made from the plant’s dried green leaves for more potency. This powerful ingredient helps decrease inflammation and supports immune function through detoxification.
  6. Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium): This bushy plant was used by the ancient Egyptians to relieve inflammation, menstrual and general aches and pains. Newer uses include relief from migraine headaches, rheumatoid arthritis, allergies and asthma. 
  7. Panax ginseng root (Korean ginseng): The literal definition of Panax ginseng is “all healing root”. For over 2,000 years, this wrinkled root has been highly prized in Korea, China and Japan for its legendary healing qualities. In Chinese Medicine, its panacea for all illnesses includes strengthening the digestive system, cooling fever, supporting the lungs and unblocking mucous congestion.
Bringing it all together
  • A well-functioning respiratory system is critical to a well-functioning body.
  • When challenged with a threat, we need the proper tools to correct the problem.  MX7 RespirAssist is a tool that shines to support our lung and respiratory health.
  • The ingredients in MX7 RespirAssist work synergistically together with each other. Since each ingredient in MX 7 RespirAssist has several other benefits besides respiratory health, you will receive all of these. Truly a win-win for your entire body.


By Amina Badar, How Can Superfoods Boost Your Immunity?, Nia Pure Nature

Chemist, scientific evaluator, author, and founder/CEO of Nia Pure Nature Inc

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