Asthma is a common disease that is rising worldwide with the highest prevalence in industrialized countries. Asthma effects about 300 million people worldwide and it has been estimated that a further 100 million will be affected by 2025. Since the ancient times, plants have been exemplary sources of medicine. Current asthma therapy lack satisfactory success due to adverse effect, hence patients are seeking complementary and alternative medicine to treat their asthma.
If you have asthma or care for someone who does, you probably already know that prescription drugs are the largest medical expense related to asthma. According to the American Lung Association, asthma meds cost $6 billion a year in the United States. In addition to the expense of asthma prescriptions, keeping track of different inhalers and medications can also be a pain. Our natural tincture is easy to use and also convenient to carry in your bag. Stronger than our Asthma Syrup Tincture but more gentle than our Respiratory Tonic Tincture.
chamomile - is one of the best and effective natural herbs for asthma treatments. Chamomile has antihistamine properties that help fight off allergic reactions and asthma attacks.
cranberry - is antitussive in nature. It helps in suppressing cough while its expectorant property assists in getting rid of unhealthy phlegm. The juice also aids in relieving the patient from congestion in the chest with its content of flavonoids and polyphenols.
echinacea - is thought to be effective in relieving asthma symptoms, because of its anti-inflammatory characteristics.
elecampane - is a warm, pungent expectorant that is wonderful for damp congestion in the respiratory tract. Especially well suited when there is also a bacterial infection – and many asthmatics are prone to bronchitis and pneumonia.
hops - In a clinical trial on 39 people with allergies to pollen, hop extract improved nose swelling, nose color, discharge amount, and discharge characteristics.
lavender - Possessing anti-inflammatory properties, lavender is an effective cure for asthma. It also has antiseptic, antibacterial and antispasmodic properties, and help manage the symptoms. Lavender is also beneficial in other respiratory infections such as bronchitis, phlegm, and lung disorders.
lobelia - relaxes the system while it stimulates the lungs, making it especially useful for coughs and asthma.
marshmellow root - has a soothing effect on bronchioles, has traditionally been used for asthma.
black cumin seed - are thought to exhibit anti-histaminic, anti-inflammatory and immune enhancing effects. A very small study looked at 30 asthmatic children who were also sensitized to house dust mite and were receiving sublingual immunotherapy. When black cumin seed in powder form was administered with probiotics and multivitamins, there was a greater improvement in symptoms than with immunotherapy alone.
mugwort - helps relax bronchial tubes and open air ways.
mullein - is considered beneficial for the lungs because it is an expectorant. This means that the herb may help the body remove excess mucus from lungs and soothes the mucus membranes with its emollient properties. It is therefore excellent for helping with the relief of bronchitis, heavy coughing, chest colds and even asthma.
nettle - stinging nettles have been used by herbalists to treat various allergic and breathing related symptoms. Taking nettle can help open the bronchial pipes and air passages in the lungs, allowing for better breathing.
rose - acts as a fever reducer and anti-spasmodic, relieving the bronchial spasms of coughs and asthma.
comfrey - reduces inflammation and soothes irritation.
reishi mushroom - is used to help chronic bronchitis, allergies, and asthma. It helps prevent the release of histamines and reduces inflammation.
Adults use 1ml one - three times a day when needed with a small cup of water to help assist with asthma conditions.
organic non-gmo vegetable glycerin, carbon filtered water, chamomile, cranberry, echinacea, elecampane, hop flowers, lavender, lobelia, marshmellow root, black cumin seed, mugwort, mullein, nettle, rose, comfrey, reishi