It is summed up by three aspects. Anti inflammatory, Immunity and Respiratory health. In short, your AIRways. The immune system is the gatekeeper that keeps germs, viruses and harmful organisms from entering and harming your body. How do you safeguard your immunity? Ensuring that your body consumes ingredients that contain anti inflammatory functions and boost respiratory health.

Curcumin and glycyrrhizic acid (GA), both present within turmeric and licorice, respectively, are known to contain anti-inflammatory functions. This helps to relieve breathing difficulties, improve your respiratory health and ultimately strengthen one’s immunity.

Turmeric helps to reduce body pain and inflammation. Its active ingredient is called curcumin and it is widely used to treat symptoms such as sneezing, itching, runny nose and congestion. Traditionally, it is widely used due to its anti-bacterial, antioxidant and antiseptic properties.

Licorice contains anti-inflammatory properties that help with swelling. It is also traditionally consumed to have better respiratory health and soothe an upset stomach. Licorice root contains glycyrrhizin, which is also called glycyrrhizic acid. Licorice and its root are thought to decrease cough and increase the chemicals in our body that heal ulcers.


Strengthen immunity by boosting your body with Vitamin C. The nutrient strengthens the immune system against pathogens, enhances various immune cell functions, contributes to good skin health and known to assist with respiratory health, wound healing, minimising scars and collagen synthesis, which is protein for your skin. A good source of Vitamin C? Acerola cherries.


Anti inflammatory functions and a strong immune system can be achieved if there is optimal respiratory health too.

One’s upper respiratory tract is mainly comprised of the nose and throat. Sneezing from the common cold, getting wet in the rain, reacting to allergies or feeling ill? This is triggered by both external factors and internally by your weakened immune system. The nasal passages within your nose may be constricted from mucus, causing inflammation. This may also ultimately lead to breathing difficulties.

How do you breath better? Solution: Consuming a supplement with anti-inflammatory, immunity and respiratory health functions.