|Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) – Used by traditional herbalists as an |
effective antimicrobial and to stimulate the body to expel mucus
with conditions associated with the lungs like chronic bronchitis,
the common cold, and chronic catarrh.
Mullein (Verbascum thapsus) – Has been traditionally prescribed
as a remedy for the respiratory system, to assist with the expul-
sion of mucus and for its soothing and toning properties on the
mucous membranes. Herbalists used Mullein with conditions
like bronchitis, the common cold, infuenza, respiratory catarrh,
infammation of the larynx or trachea and tuberculosis.
Plantain (Plantago major) – Traditionally used as an expectorant,
this herb has been used to gently soothe sore and infamed mem-
branes of the lungs.
Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) – Has been traditionally
used to help loosen and expel mucus and phlegm accumulated in
the bronchial tubes, to soothe the mucous membranes of the lungs
and to assist with respiratory tract irritation.
Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) – Has been valued by tradi-
tional herbalists for its tonic effect on the mucous membranes
especially with digestive imbalances, catarrhal conditions and
sinus disorders. Goldenseal also naturally contains Berberine,
which is a phytochemical that has antimicrobial activity.
Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) – The name “Capsicum” comes
from the Greek word meaning “to bite;” it is described as the plant
that bites back. Known for its stimulating properties, Cayenne has
been used extensively by herbalists as a catalyst in many herbal
formulas. Cayenne’s traditional uses range from stimulating the
fow of digestive secretions and peristalsis to work in healing an
ulcerated stomach, stimulating circulation in all areas of the body
and perhaps thinning mucous, allowing the body to expel toxins
Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra) – First used by the American Indi-
ans who observed that when the inner bark gets wet, a gummy
mucilaginous substance surrounding its fbers swells, making a
soothing substance. For this reason it has been used by herbalists to treat infamed mucous membranes for its soothing and
Marshmallow (Althaea offcinalis) – Considered by herbalists to
have demulcent properties, has been traditionally indicated for
irritated and infamed states of the mucous membranes associ-
ated with the lung, urinary system and digestive system.
Elecampane (Inula helenium) – Has been used traditionally as
a stimulant, relaxant and tonic to the mucous membranes, having a warming, strengthening, cleansing and toning agent to the
gastric and pulmonary membranes.
Wild Cherry Bark (Rosaceae) – This popular bark has been used
by herbalist for it’s clinical effects as an expectorant, nervine
and antispasmodic for support of asthma, any type of cough,
and as a bitter for digestion.
Skullcap (Scutellaria laterifora) – Has a long history of tradition-
al use as a nervine tonic to assist with soothing nervous tension
and to revitalize the central nervous system. Skullcap has com-
monly been used for anxiety, convulsions, nervous exhaustion,
nervous conditions and upper respiratory disorders.
Suma (Pfaffa paniculata) – Also known as Brazilian ginseng,
it has been used traditionally to enhance energy and vitality,
to assist with chronic disorders resulting from low immune re-
sponse, to help regulate hormones and to assist with circulatory
Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) – Has historical use in North
America to help the body resist infection. Conditions associated
with its use are upper respiratory tract infection, head colds,
infuenza, fever, tonsillitis and catarrh.
Gentian (Gentiana lutea) – Considered by traditional herbalists
to be an excellent bitter. Stimulates gastric juice production and
promotes salivary excretion. It has been known to infuence di-
gestive organs, mucous membranes and portal circulation.
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