Thousands of deaths every year are provoked by different viruses and bacteria. Unfortunately, antibiotics are not helpful in treating the problem and the great advertisements about them are only for promoting sales and nothing else. On the other side, we have natural remedies which have no side effects and practice has shown that they are more effective and can improve the health of the lungs. Many herbal medications can treat infections and lung damage, and that’s why we would like to share a list of the most favorable herbs for healthy lungs!
The results from many studies have shown that cannabis is one of the most effective anti-melanoma plants. It mediates the anti-invasive effects of cannabinoids and it stimulates the cannabinoid receptor activation in particular genes. It has the power to decrease the spreading of infections, and it allows the active ingredients to encourage the body’s natural immune response.
Menthol can relax the muscles of the respiratory system. Peppermint and peppermint oil are rich in menthol which makes them the perfect contributors to a freer breathing. Menthol works as a great decongestant if combined with the antihistamine effect of peppermint. This herb is also a useful antioxidant.
The plantain leaf has been used to relieve cough and comfort irritated mucous membranes for so many years. It is great against coughing, irritated lungs, and colds, and it has the power to encourage the production of mucus.
You can treat lung disorders and sinusitis with ease by inhaling sage tea’s vapors. Traditionally, people use the sage essential oil as a cure for cough and sore throat.
It is highly beneficial in fighting off chest congestion and it is also great for eliminating bacteria and viruses. In addition, this herb can treat acne better than many recommended lotions, creams, and gels.
Native Americans have used this plant for respiratory support. Camphor and other compounds which can be found in the root of this plant have the power to encourage the proper functioning of the lungs.
The oregano’s compounds are known natural decongestants and histamine reducers. They have a direct and beneficial influence on the nasal passage and the respiratory tract. Besides, oregano essential oil is more effective than antibiotics when it comes to Staphylococcus aureus treatment.
An herbal extract made of the leaves and flowers of mullein is very often used for strengthening the lungs. It is also able to eliminate mucus from the lungs, lower respiratory tract inflammation and detoxes the bronchial tubes. Both mullein tea or tincture is effective.
Since the 1600s, this plant has been used for improving the lung and respiratory health. Its powerful compounds can encourage the removal of harmful organism affecting the respiratory health.
Probably one of the most available and powerful herbal remedy. Lobeline which can be found in Lobelia’s extract is an alkaloid which has been proven effective in treating tumor cells; it thins mucus and breaks up congestion. This plant can relax the muscles and ease the breathing.
This plant is useful in many ways and that has made it one of the most consumed herbs around the world. It can soften the mucous membranes of the throat; it is able to detox inflamed mucous membranes; calm irritated throat; soften the phlegm in the respiratory tract; great in reducing bronchial spasms. Moreover, licorice can prevent the formation of lung cancer cells.
The aroma of eucalyptus has been used by Aborigines, Germans, and Americans in order to improve the health of the respiratory system. These days, eucalyptus is present almost in every cough syrup. There is a compound in eucalyptus called cineole which has the power to soothe irritated sinuses, relief from coughing, and can fight off congestion.
Native Americans used this herb to eliminate surplus mucus. It is highly beneficial for people who suffer from lung infections.
Great for reducing coughing, asthma, and bronchitis symptoms.
Native Americans used this herb for lung cleansing. It contains antioxidants which are able to prevent irritations where the NDGA can fight off histamine response.
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