Bronchopulmonary Siberian Tea
The respiratory system of a human being is working as an organ supplying the whole body with oxygen. As the respiratory system is very influenced by the environment, it can be prone to various diseases caused by pollutants, irritants, dust, mold, bacteria, toxins, microorganisms, fungus and pollen. The negative effects of inhaling harmful bacteria, toxins, or other irritants can lead to various lung and respiratory system disorders including infections, asthma, allergies, and other breathing problems. The lungs and the whole respiratory system work all the time without any breaks so a person needs it performing well to have other body systems and organs function well. Respiratory infections occur usually in winter when cold weather and existence of certain viruses affect the functioning of the lungs and other respiratory organs. Asthma and allergic reactions can occur in any season because they can be caused by polluted air, allergens of different types. Today therapeutic herbal products are often used to treat respiratory diseases as it was traditionally. Herbs are used to get rid of coughing and sore throat, and are very effective against respiratory infections and asthma.
Herbal help for respiratory system
Herbs with expectorant, demulcent, antitussive, and antimicrobial actions are very useful for respiratory health and can be used in forms of herbal teas or tinctures. The well-balanced composition of the Bronchopulmonary Siberian Monastery Tea is full of vitamins, natural antioxidants and biologically active components for the proper work of respiratory system and its treatment. Bronchopulmonary Siberian Monastery Tea is must-have tea when a person suffers from chronic or acute bronchial asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, tracheitis, and other diseases.
The herbs in the tea support lung health by offering one or more of the following benefits:
Bronchopulmonary Siberian Monastery Tea (infusion №11)
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- They possess expectorant properties and promote the secretion of sputum by the air passages.
- They soothe irritated nasal passages and air passages.
- They relax the muscles of the upper respiratory system naturally.
- They can decrease the release of histamine which provokes allergic reactions.
- Herbs and plants fight the harmful organisms that can produce infections of respiratory system.
- Some herbs can be used as a great source of antioxidants and reduce oxidative damage and redness.
The herbs in the tea are effective against: cough, air passage spasms, chest discomfort, pulmonary edema, fatigue, headache, snoring, bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia, pertussis, tuberculosis and other health conditions.
The 100% natural composition of Bronchopulmonary Siberian Monastery Tea consists of:
Cocklebur (Xanthium) facilitates respiratory organ spasms and restores breathing during asthma attacks. This herb is often used for the treatment of common colds, coughs and in the complex therapy for pulmonary tuberculosis and throat cancer.
Verbascum (Verbáscum) thins and expels mucus that can congest the air passages. It also provides analgesic and anti-convulsion effects needed for pulmonary diseases and heavy coughs caused by bronchitis, pertussis or pneumonia.
Iceland moss (Cetrária islándica) is traditionally consumed as a potent agent against tubercle bacillus. It can fight inflammatory processes on mucous membranes of respiratory organs.
Angelica (Archangelica) possesses tonic properties and is effective for the treatment of bronchitis infections. Besides, it reduces respiratory spasms and is most beneficial for coughs.
Bugle weed (Ajúga réptans), thyme (Thýmus serpýllum), garden sage (Sālvia officinālis) and eucalyptus (Eucalýptus) leaves produce expectorative and antimicrobial effects, can ease cough, fight congestion, and soothe irritated sinus passages.
Knotgrass (Polýgonum aviculáre) and yellow thistle (Cīrsium setōsum) promote antispasmodic, analgesic, diaphoretic and bactericidal benefits.
Bronchopulmonary Siberian Monastery Tea also contains lots of herbs known for their antimicrobial actions including: duckweed (Lémna), tickseed (Bidens), plantain (Plantágo), milfoil (Achilléa) flowers and comfrey (Sýmphytum) roots. The tea helps fighting with respiratory diseases and restores the immune system. It can be very useful for people who often have respiratory infections, suffer from asthma or smoke. The tea should not be used by pregnant women, breast-feeding women, children younger than 14 years of age.
Monastery tea should be consumed for the treatment of acute or chronic conditions. It is easily prepared: one tablespoon of the tea is placed in a cup and poured with boiling water. 30 minutes period should be waited and the tea is ready for drinking.