Resprin : A Herbal Respiratory Supplement

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Lawrence Says:


Used to help breath better. A herbal supplement to rejuvenate, replenish and refresh repertory system. Helps anyone with COPD or asthma.


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David Says:

@Lawrence,

Thanks for the heads up on this natural respiratory supplement!

I did a little research though and actually found a customer review stating that there's an identical product by the name of AirAid which supposedly has a cheaper price tag per bottle with the same amount of milligrams per capsule. So if you're still in the market for this type of herbal respiratory supplement I'd recommend comparing prices with AirAid first to see if it's truly a better deal.

Have you had any success trying it thus far?

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