If your lungs and respiratory system have a tendency to get compromised easily, especially if you have high blood pressure, or if you are prone to every cold and flu in town, start sipping on these amazing herbs to support your body.
Do you think your lungs might need a little help? Try this tea to enhance the overall health of your lungs and respiratory system. It is another great way in lowering your risk of the coronavirus attacking your cells.
Health officials here in the U.S. have warned that though risk of infection from the coronavirus that emerged from Wuhan, China, in December is still low for the general public, individuals and communities should be prepared for an outbreak.
It’s not so much a question of if this will happen anymore, but rather more a question of exactly when this will happen and how many people in this country will have severe illness. Also the CDC issued special warnings to older adult who are dealing with chronic diseases.
There is no vaccine to prevent COVID-19 or medication to treat it, health officials and government leaders are preparing for an outbreak with non-pharmacological interventions. What these interventions look like at the community level will vary, depending on local conditions.
So I am providing help in the only way I know and that is through food and herbs. Herbal treatments have been ongoing from the beginning of time, and they have worked wonderfully.
These delicious herbal tea contains:
Mullein leaf – Dioscorides, a Greek physician pharmacologist and botanist, practicing in the 1st century in Rome, was one of the first to recommend mulleins use in lung conditions around 2,000 years ago. A classic lung nourisher and asthma remedy. It contains a healthy dose of mucilage that soothes and supports the mucous membranes.
Schisandra berries – According to Chinese folklore it is said Schisandra can calm the heart and quiet the spirit. An adaptogenic herb that has been used for thousands of years in eastern medicine. It’s called the five flavored berry and supports all of the organs, plus boosts immunity. Modern studies have shown Schisandra plays a beneficial role in healing respiratory disorders like asthma, cold, and flu. Not for use during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Herbs Resource: mountainroseherbs.com
My easy lung and respiratory support herbal tea recipe:
Put all ingredients into a French press or mason jar. Add 32 ounces of boiling water. Steep 35-40 minutes.
Drink 2 cups daily for two weeks.