Respirafect is geared more to lung infections. Respirafect combats the infection, offering soothing action that reduces inflammation and helps the lungs expel sticky, glutinous mucus. In the minority of cases, where infections are simply associated with loose, easily-expectorated mucus, Respirafect can be used on its own. Respiracleanse, on the other hand, is more suited to coughs and/or breathing issues, whether they are caused by bronchitis or from chronic lung problems. Thus, non-infectious coughs are often remedied with the use of Respiracleanse. Commonly, however, infectious coughs are accompanied by harsh, dry and irritating coughs or with difficult to expectorate mucus, in which cases the ideal approach is to pursue a strategy that combines these two lung products. We often recommend a regimen of treatment that involves taking these two products alternately—sometimes on the hour at the outset of a bout of respiratory illness.
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