The functioning of generic Singulair is uncomplicated and comprehendible. It functions by obstructing the activity of leukotriene and concurrently avoids asthma attacks. After getting into the body, its active component Montelukast starts its functions in the respiratory system and enhances the supply of oxygen by freeing the blood vessels.
It then serves as the leukotriene modifier hindering its functions and then becomes an antihistamine agent improving the activity of the immune system. It truncates the production of the histamine, which in turn provides relief from allergic symptoms.