Effective relief from asthma.


Albuterol inhaler (Asthma treatment)

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Albuterol inhaler
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    “The process was fast and easy. They dispatched within a day. I paid for express shipping so had my order the day after that. I'd recommend giving ZipHealth a try if you don't want to wait for a Dr appt or make a trip to a clinic.”

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    Wonderful experience!

    “I had a great experience with this company! It was very easy, reliable and convenient! Thanks so much!”

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    I love to have this service

    “I love to have this service available for me and my husband is fast and we don’t have to visit a doctor office miss a day off work forever thankful”

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Get fast relief from asthma symptoms

Treat your asthma symptoms as soon as they appear. Just take one to two puffs of an inhaler every 4 to 6 hours to get relief from short-term inflammation.

"Asthma is extremely common, affecting around 25 million people in the US."

Dr Phillip Ryan Whitman

Dr Phillip Ryan Whitman

(Clinical Pharmacist)

As easy as 1, 2, 3

  • Free online visit

    Just answer a few questions for our medical team to review.

  • Same-day prescription

    A licensed board-certified physician prescribes FDA-approved medication.

  • Express delivery

    Shipped discreetly to your door. Overnight shipping available.

We're a trusted US pharmacy

All our board-certified doctors and pharmacists are based in the US. ZipHealth covers over 40 states.

Dr. Keri McFarlane Bentley

Board Certified Family Physician
NPI number: 1588688998

Dr. Philip Ryan Whitman

Clinical Pharmacist
License: PS56867

Laurie Lowe Nelson

Board Certified Nurse Practitioner
NPI number: 1467595330

Asthma FAQs

  • Asthma is a common condition that affects the airways, producing symptoms such as coughing, chest tightness and wheezing, which can make it more difficult to breathe.

  • Asthma is caused by inflammation and tightening of the airways, which makes it difficult for the air to pass through and to breathe normally. The lining of the airways becomes red and swollen, sometimes with mucous which can narrow, making breathing more difficult. In severe cases, this can lead to an asthma attack.

  • A bronchodilator is a type of medication that can be used to treat the symptoms of asthma. It works by relaxing the muscles around the airways, reducing their narrowing and makes it easier to breathe. Because they are inhaled, bronchodilators get to work on your airways in a short amount of time, making them very effective at treating short-term asthma symptoms.

  • Asthma inhalers relieve asthma symptoms once they've started, but won't help to protect your airways and prevent future flare-ups. There are other medications available that have a longer-term effect on the airways, helping to prevent and control symptoms.

    If you experience asthma symptoms regularly, you should talk to your physician about whether you should take preventative medication. Even if you take preventative medication, you still need to have an inhaler with you, just in case your asthma symptoms worsen.