Medicinal plants, diseases of the respiratory tract
In the various diseases of the respiratory tract, the various medicinal plants help to get back on its feet.
You once again an irritation in your throat, running nose or cough a lot? In diseases of the respiratory tract, there is wide support from nature. Whether it is a slight runny nose, fever, cough, sore throat, or even a rhinitis, bronchitis, whooping cough and asthma is – to alleviate the symptoms, you have to look around only once in nature, rather than immediately going to the doctor and get at the disease with medication. Not always chemical drug are better than natural ones.
Who coughs there?
In diseases of the respiratory system to help many different medicinal plants like eucalyptus, fennel, anise, but also thyme, radish, sun hat, mullein and hollow tooth.
In dry cough plantain is highly recommended, it soothes the irritation of the throat and forms a protective layer over the mucosa. In congested cough is recommended thyme. This liquefies the mucus said, which is then conveyed out of the airways. Ivy softens the cough. In pertussis eating thyme, sundew, ivy or chestnut may help.
If your throat hurts
For sore throat or sore throat can apply many different medicinal herbs. Sage relieves such symptoms in an inflamed mucous membrane in mouth and throat.
Iceland moss by mucilage soothes a sore throat. Also malva, myrrh, echinacea, goose herb or blackthorn help against the uncomfortable neck scratching. In asthma Indian incense and onion may help.
Plants of the common cold announce the fight
You caught us every now and again: the common cold. Who wants to get rid of any chemicals, should rely on chamomile, lime, lemon, garlic, sun hat or meadowsweet, fever helps pasture.
For colds or rhinitis may be tried include garlic, echinacea, chamomile, pine, white mustard, plantain, horseradish, marjoram and many other medicinal plants. When sinusitis, eucalyptus or sorrel are reasonable.
In order to strengthen the immune system in general, sun hat and Cape Pelargonium may help.
Although herbal remedies are generally very well tolerated, pregnant women and nursing mothers should coordinate in advance but a doctor or pharmacist if they can safely take the means, even in children, this should first be absolutely clear.