15 “Super Herbs” to Kill Infections and Clear Mucus From Your Lungs in No Time


Thousands of people die due to bacteria and viruses annually, and very often, antibiotics fail to treat the issue.

On the other hand, the following 15 natural herbs will help you fight infections, repair lung damage, and improve lung health:

  1. Sage

The leaves of sage are rich in essential oils that treat lung issues and fight respiratory ailments, coughs, and sore throats.  The volatile oils it contains, such as terpene, thujone, camphor, and salvene, treat sinusitis and lung disorders.

  1. Coltsfoot

The Native Americans used this herb for millennia, due to its natural ability to strengthen the lungs.

It removes excess mucus from the lungs and bronchial tubes, soothes the mucous membranes of the lungs, and helps in the treatment of coughs, asthma, and bronchitis. It can be used as a tincture or as tea.

  1. Mullein

The mullein leaves and flowers are used to prepare a herbal extract that supports lung health. Mullein eliminates excess mucus from the lungs, treats inflammation, and cleanses the bronchial tubes. Add a teaspoon of the dried herb to a cup of boiled water, or use it as a tincture.

  1. Osha

This herb is native to the Rocky Mountain area and the Native Americans have used it for respiratory support. Its roots are rich in camphor and other compounds which support the lung health. It boosts the circulation to the lungs, so it eases breathing.

  1. Elecampane

Elecampane removes the excess mucus from the lungs and thus improves their function. It also destroys bacteria and treats lung infections. You should add a teaspoon of this herb to a cup of boiling water, and drink this tea three times daily for a few weeks.

  1. Chaparral

The Native Americans commonly used this plant as a natural way to detoxify the lungs and support the respiratory system. It is rich in antioxidants that fight irritations and NDGA which fights histamine response.

Moreover, it inhibits aerobic and anaerobic glycolysis of cancer cells and destroys harmful organisms. It can be used as a tincture extraction, and tea, which treats respiratory problems by clearing the airways of mucus.

  1. Eucalyptus

Aborigines, Germans, and Americans have commonly used this herb to support respiratory health and treat throat irritation. It contains a beneficial compound known as cineole, due to which it is often added to cough lozenges and syrups.

Cineole provides powerful properties, so this herb soothes irritations of the sinus passages, treats coughs, and congestion, and acts as an expectorant. Moreover, its high antioxidant content strengthens the immune system in the case of illnesses.

  1. Cannabis

Vaporization is an effective way to avoid the toxic breakdown of therapeutic compounds in cannabis from burning the plant, and it will mitigate the irritated oral cavity as a result of smoking.

This plant is one of the most powerful cancer-fighting plants and its active ingredients stimulate the natural immune response of the body and reduce the spread of infections. Vaporizing cannabis acts as a bronchodilator and opens up the sinuses and airways.

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