A time tested blend of more than 10 different vocal restoring herbs. It has saved many from an embarrassing situation, when they found that their voice was not up to full function and the performance was a short time away. Vocal Rescue is an easy to use gargle that helps to coat and restore the throat and vocal cords due to excessive use, tiredness, and/or sore throat due to colds, laryngitis and tonsillitis. It’s effectiveness when used for throat and vocal repair is very promising.
Vocal Rescue is a must have item for the performer, presenter, professional speaker, teacher, lawyer or clergy. If you use your voice on a regular basis in the public sphere, this product may be a helpful solution to a raspy voice or tightened vocal cords. This concentrated blend of potentially restorative and invigorating herbs coats the vocal cords and throat helping to promote the healing properties to begin working immediately.
Vocal Rescue has been used by Broadway Singers, Opera Singers and Professional Speakers while on the road to help keep the voice in top form. Vocal Rescue is especially effective when used as a gargle in the middle of a show or presentation to help restore and invigorate the voice. Additionally, it is an excellent practice to use just before going to bed, after a performance. This is especially true if you know that you will be a performing or presenting during the next day or two. This way Vocal Rescue can sit in the throat for hours and help to restore and energize the entire vocal mechanism.
Gargle with a mix of warm water for the best effect
Vocal Chord Protection and Strengthening
Turmeric, Arnica Oil, Ginger, Honey, Sage
Never swallow Vocal Rescue. It is meant to be used as a gargle only. If swallowed it may cause stomach aches and nausea., Vocal Rescue should never be used as a replacement for proper vocal technique and coaching., Excessive yelling, screaming, and abuse of the voice should be avoided at all costs., One should never sing or present if there is a serious problem with the vocal cords or throat. If you are having ongoing vocal problems, consult a qualified EMT immediately.