Marshmallow root lubricates mucous membranes and inner linings of the respiratory tract and alleviate inflammation. Peppermint has strong antimicrobial properties and assists the body in calming mucosal inflammation and breaks down catarrh in the respiratory tract.
Cancerbush acts as an adaptogen for inflammation caused by pollen in the air.
Warning: Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation. Avoid using longer than 60 (sixty) days as Stinging nettle may cause skin irritations and rash.
Peppermint has anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties. Marshmallow root lubricates dry mucous membranes. Nettle acts as an anti-inflammatory aid and Cancer bush builds up immune response, also adding valuable minerals to the body.
Billberry, Echinacea and Ginseng speeds up circulation and increases oxygen levels in the blood. Peppermint has anti-viral properties while Willow bark and Golden seal are anti-inflammatory. Capsicum frutescens increases Vitamin C levels and B-vitamin levels. Supportive herbs include Mullein, Marshmallow root, Lungwort, Elderberry, Golden rod and Thyme.
Warning: Do not exceed 3(three) weeks continued use. Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation.
L-argenine in Green tea calmes the nervous system. Mullein is a well-known expectorant. Indian tobacco acts as a respiratory stimulant and cough treatment. It is also valued in limiting craving for sigarettes. Lobeline in Indian tobacco activates nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (similar to nicotine) that targets the central nervous system. Supportive herbs include, Valerian, St John's wort and Passion flower.
Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation.
Containing herbs with anti-viral properties and vitamins and minerals. Support for strong and healthy lungs.
Parsley is rich in Vitamins A and C (ranked as powerfull anti-oxidants). Ginseng increases oxygen to the lungs while Echinacea helps fight microbial infections. Dandelion helps to combat inflammation and is a rich source of Magnesium that alleviates allergies.
Warning: Asthma sufferers should take precaution as Echinacea may trigger Asthma attacts. Do not exceed 4 weeks continuous use.