We sell a range of vocal health care products from throat sprays and lozenges to warm-up CDs.
VocalEze is our most popular herbal lubricating throat spray designed to smooth out your voice and is the only artist-endorsed throat spray on the market with professional singers Rob Thomas (Matchbox 20), Tim McGraw and Joss Stone all singing its praises.
Pro’s Choice An all-natural aloe & glycerin lubricating spray for the throat. Also contains Marshallow Root, which has been used traditionally to soothe and support the recovery of soft tissues. Great for dryness caused by desert climates, excessive singing or talking, allergies, travelling, forced air environments (offices, planes)
Entertainer’s Secret is designed to moisturize, humidify and lubricate the mucous membranes of the throat and larynx. The spray resulted from a collaborative effort of KLI Corporation and a Nashville ear, nose and throat specialist whose practice includes many singers and entertainers.
Clear Voice Honey Lemon spray is a blend of herbs provide relief from the stress your voice is subjected to. Marjoram and Osha have long been used by singers and speakers for their soothing qualities. Aloe Vera is used topically to relieve inflammation and promote healing. Tylophora opens the airways and is so powerful that it is used in herbal asthma formulas.
Singer’s Saving Grace is great for clearing the tone, relieving soreness from vocal strain and opening the air passages. It stimulates the immune system and prevents secondary infections while it loosens and expels mucus. We’ve a wide range of different flavours and formulations of Singer’s Saving Grace – the Pro Strength is our personal favourite!
Thayers Dry Mouth Sprays provide the ideal solution to the problem of vocalists drying up from nerves and and avoids the temptation to drink too much fluid before going on stage.
Thayers Original Slippery Elm Lozenges – the slippery elm tree (ulmus fulva) grows in North America. The inner bark is ground into a powder and then combined with a crystalline substance to form a throat lozenge. Often used in conjunction with one of the sprays.
And don’t forget the value of vocals warm-up exercises – we’ve plenty of CDs and downloads for that too!