BronchoPhase, 60 Caps

Herbal Remedy for Improving Lung Health Naturally

Natural Herbal Support for Improved Lung Health

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Calming. Soothing Lung Relief
BronchoPhase® Lung Support Formula was developed by renowned herbalist, Dr. Jake Fratkin, to promote lung health. In addition to supporting a healthy immune response to resolve chest discomfort and soothe irritated lung tissues, BronchoPhase promotes comfortable lung function for relaxed, healthy breathing.
  • Advanced all-natural herbal lung support formula developed by renowned herbalist, Dr. Jake Fratkin.
  • Supports healthy immune response to promote lung health and resolve chest discomfort.
  • Helps soothe irritated lung tissues to support comfortable lung function.
  • Calms and clears lungs to promote natural, relaxed breathing.

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Did you know that coughing is the leading cause of doctors’ visits in the US?

Over one billion dollars a year is spent on over-the-counter (OTC) cough remedies, but the American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP) has recently reported that OTC cough expectorants and suppressants don’t actually address the underlying causes of the cough, and often don’t help at all.

Likewise, antibiotics may be of limited value, since 95% of all coughs are viral in nature. What’s more, antibiotics may even weaken the immune system.

BronchoPhase® Lung Support Formula is carefully crafted to effectively combat the causes, effects, and processes that are responsible for lung discomfort, while helping relieve mucus buildup, and coughing. Our formula gently assists your body in supporting healthy respiratory function, so every breath feels more comfortable and fulfilling.

What Is BronchoPhase® Made From?

Traditional Chinese Culture relies on ancient time-proven botanicals — here’s what we use in BronchoPhase


Adults: As a dietary supplement, take 1 or 2 capsules, 3 times daily.

Children aged 6-12: Take 1 capsule, 2 to 3 times daily.

Note: BronchoPhase is not recommended for children younger than age six due to the fact that their immune systems are different from those of older children and adults. For infants less than 6 years of age Chinese herbs should be given only by an experienced practitioner.

Not recommended for pregnant or nursing women.

Safety & Efficacy

The surprising safety and efficacy of Tango formulas is a result of our innovative approach of combining time-proven herbal ingredients with modern, state-of-the-art manufacturing and testing, and quality control standards.

In the United States new drugs typically undergo 3-5 years of human clinical testing before being approved for sale by the FDA. Unfortunately, serious side effects often don’t appear until a new drug has been taken by a larger number of people, over longer periods of time.

By comparison, herbal tonic formulas have undergone a constant state of development and refinement over periods stretching back thousands of years. This has contributed to a large and sophisticated body of empirical knowledge — gathered over countless generations — that reveals which herbs are safe and most capable of supporting human health.

At Tango, we stand behind all of our products’ safety and efficacy. In addition to using only the highest quality ingredients, we manufacture all our products in-house at certified GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) facilities. Our products undergo multilayered analytical testing — overseen by Dr. Richard Ko, former senior research scientist with the California Department of Health Services, Food and Drug Branch for 16 years, and currently a senior FDA consulting scientist.

6-Month, Money-Back Guarantee

We are dedicated to our customer’s health and well-being, and we proudly stand behind all our products and processes. That’s why, in addition to rigorous testing and safety protocols — we also offer a 6-Month, Money-Back Guarantee with all of our products!

You can rest easy knowing you have the worry-free relief and support you need.




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