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15 Plants & Herbs That Can Boost Lung Health, Heal Respiratory Infections & Repair Pulmonary Damage

15 Plants & Herbs That Can Boost Lung Health, Heal Respiratory Infections & Repair Pulmonary Damage
When it comes to taking herbs for medicinal purposes, it seems the mainstream belief is that they are not as effective and not worth taking. While the effectiveness of herbs has not been studied deeply to determine how well they work across the entire population, the same could be said for most pharmaceutical drugs. Much of the time, pharmaceutical drugs attempt to mimic a compound that occurs in nature (herbs), but often bring the risk of side effects in the process. Safety is one of the most critical areas of review amongst herbs and drugs. Interestingly, pharmaceutical drugs are actually adding to the world-wide issue of declining health due to their side effects and encouragement of viral resistance. It is always useful to perform as much research as possible, or as you see fit, when it comes to both pharmaceutical drugs and herbs prior to taking them. Contrary to popular belief, our reluctance to use herbs in Western culture is not a result of their inefficacy. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Related:  Natural RemediesLung Health

Dandelion coffee Dandelion coffee (also dandelion tea) is herbal tea often used as a coffee substitute, made from the root of the dandelion plant. The roasted dandelion root pieces and the beverage have some resemblance to coffee in appearance and taste. History[edit] Susanna Moodie explained how to prepare dandelion coffee in her memoir of living in Canada, Roughing it in the bush[1] (1852), where she mentions that she had heard of it from an article published in the 1830s in New York Albion by a certain Dr. Harrison. Dandelion coffee was later mentioned in a Harpers New Monthly Magazine story in 1886.[2] In 1919, dandelion root was noted as a source of cheap coffee.[3] It has also been part of edible plant classes dating back at least to the 1970s.[4] Harvesting[edit] Roasted dandelion root, ready to be used to prepare dandelion coffee. Preparation[edit] Packaged dandelion root coffee Benefits[edit] Chemistry[edit] Unroasted Taraxacum officinale (among other dandelion species) root contains:[9] Carotenoids

Herbs For Lungs Top 10 Herbs For The Lungs image to repin / shareHerbs background pic © Africa Studio - Please share this page: Google + StumbleUpon Reddit Everyone knows the significance of the lungs in their work day in and day out to bring in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide wastes and in effect, promote your overall bodily functioning. Yet, even with an awareness of the lungs' important functions, increasing air pollution levels and poor breathing are causing the lungs not to perform at their peak. [2] Moreover, smoking, vitamin A deficiency, certain over-the-counter cold medications and even traumatic experiences have led to common lung conditions like asthma, emphysema, bronchitis, tuberculosis, pulmonary edema, pneumonia and cancer. However, there are herbs like the below that specifically promote healthier functioning of the lungs. Mullein Licorice Gingko Biloba Echinacea This is an anti-microbial herb known to fight pathogenic microorganism while strengthening the body's immune system.

Dandelion Tea Ancient Homemade Syrup That Removes Phlegm From The Lungs and Cures Cough! Coughing is perhaps the most annoying thing, besides blowing your nose, that the common cold will harass you with. Are you sick of taking medicines and only lowering your immune system rather than strengthening it? Luckily, there is an ancient homemade syrup which will help you remove phlegm and cure your cough. The secret lies in carrots! Due to its high antioxidants content, the vegetable we usually ignore has been proven to help diabetics as well as hypertension suffering. In order to make the above-mentioned syrup you will require half a kilogram of carrots, water and 3-4 tablespoons of organic honey. Other benefits of carrot: Improves Immunity And Controls Heart Diseases Reduces Cholesterol Prevents Cancer Prevents Acne Source Of Vitamins Needed For Skin Source of Calcium Aids Digestion Cleanses the Body Here is the syrup recipe: Ingredients: ½ kg of carrot3-4 tablespoons of honeyWater Preparation: First, cut the carrots into pieces and pour them over with water. Consummation:

Amazing Herb Kills 98% Of Cancer Cells In Just 16 Hours Taking in consideration it is one of the deadliest diseases, scientists constantly try to find a cure and finally put and end to cancer. This herb is one of those cures and it can kill up to 98% of cancer cells in just 16 hours. Namely, according to the researches published in “Life Science”, artemisinin, a “Sweet wormwood” or “Artemisia Annua” derivative, was used in Chinese medicine and it can kill 98% of lung cancer cells in less than 16 hours. The herb used by itself reduces lung cancer cells up to 28%, but in combination with iron, “Artemisia Annua” successfully and completely “erases” cancer, and in the experiment this herb had no impact on healthy lung cells. Artemisinin in past was used as a powerful antimalarial remedy, but now it is proven that this cure is also effective in the fight against cancer. Iron deposits in cancer cells with special receptors which help in cell division. Credits: Doctor Saputo & Healthy Food House Related:

15 Plants And Herbs That Can Boost Lung Health 15 Plants And Herbs That Can Boost Lung Health image © decade3d – The advent of the technological age has brought with it numerous medical advancements in the form of pharmaceuticals that promise the world. 1 – Licorice root Did you know that licorice candy used to be made from the roots of a licorice plant? 2 – Coltsfoot Scientifically known as Tussilago farfara, coltsfoot is a plant species traditionally used to manage severe respiratory infections, specifically tubercular disease. 3 – Cannabis Cannabis has gained a bad reputation in many countries, with legislation making its use in several countries a felony. 4 – Osha root The Osha or “bear” root has been traditionally used in Native American culture to manage ailments that affect the lungs and the heart. 5 – Thyme Thyme’s rich anti-inflammatory properties would appear to make it an excellent way to manage respiratory problems at home. 6 – Oregano 7 – Lobelia 8 – Elecampane 9 – Eucalyptus 10 – Mullein 11 – Lungwort 12 – Chaparral

This Little Weed is one of the Most Useful Medicines on the Planet You’ve stepped on it, ignored it, and tried to eradicate it from your lawn. However, this innocuous little weed is one of the most useful medicines on the planet, just begging to be harvested. There are two major types of plantain in BC, Canada: Lance and Broadleaf. Generally, all 200-plus varieties of plantain yield the same results. Plantain has often been the go-to remedy for hikers plagued by mosquitos. Plantain is renowned for its healing effect on the digestive system. Because plantain is a gentle expectorant and high in silica, an infusion can be helpful for lung problems, coughs, and colds. Plantain is almost a panacea for the human body, treating everything from all menstrual difficulties, all digestive issues, to nearly all skin complaints, and even arthritis. Resources: - Prescription for Herbal Healing: 2nd Edition – Phyllis A. About The Author Jess Smith is a healer and raw wildcrafter living in the Fraser Valley, BC Canada. Thanks to Project.Nsearch

This Syrup Will Stop a Cough Dead in its Tracks: Ginger Thyme Cough Syrup Follow Us Search This Syrup Will Stop a Cough Dead in its Tracks: Ginger Thyme Cough Syrup Thyme is a powerful and effective disinfectant and can be used both externally (as a wash) and internally to help fight off infection. Even the big mainstream mouthwash brand, Listerine has released a “natural” counterpart that includes thyme oil and less alcohol too. Thyme also makes a fine tea for treating coughs and chest complaints and is used in many anti-fungal remedies. Ginger Thyme Cough Syrup Ingredients: 3/4 cup raw local Honey1 1/2 cups of Water (you might end up adding another 1/2 cup depending upon consistency)2 handfuls fresh thyme1 knuckle of ginger minced Instructions: Put thyme and ginger in a pot add water bring to a boil and then simmer for 5-10 minutes. Dosage: Adults 3-5 tablespoons per day Children 3-5 teaspoons per day Share: by Taboola by Taboola Sponsored Links Sponsored Links Promoted Links Promoted Links You May Like Sage Undo