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Antiasthmatic and Anti-inflammatory

$39.91 CAD

antiasthmatic and anti-inflammatory


Herb Quantity
Brahmi herb- Bacopa monnieri 1 part (10 ml)
Bhringraj leaf- Eclipta alba 1 part (10 ml)
Euphorbia Hirta - Euphorbia hirta 1 part (10 ml)
Banyan Tree Bark - Ficus bengalensis 1 part (10 ml)
Olive leaf- Olea europaea 1 part (10 ml)
Mullein flower- Verbascum thapsus 1 part (10 ml)
Fumitory herb- Fumaria officinalis 1 part (10 ml)
Poke root- Phytolacca americana 1 part (10 ml)
Pleurisy root- Asclepias tuberosa 1 part (10 ml)
Di Huang root- Rehmannia glutinosa 1 part (10 ml)
Total Quantity 100 ml

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description

Medicinal plants used for the treatment of asthma have anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory, antihistaminic, smooth-muscle relaxants and allergic activities. A respiratory antiseptic, this formula is also a lung tonic as well as containing plants with key constituents that are also useful in easing the pain of arthritis and chronic joint pain.

usage

5 ml 3x/day

Participants using olive leaf extract (OLE) in a study reported adverse effects that, while mild, included coughing, vertigo, muscle discomfort, headache, fatigue, malaise, myalgia, and muscle cramps (Susalit et al., 2011).

Pleurisy root should not be used during pregnancy due to its potential uterine-stimulating properties (Snow, 2000). It is also contraindicated for those taking drugs such as digoxin or other herbs that contain cardiac glycosides, because additive effects may increase the chance of cardiac dysrhythmia (Preedy & Watson, 2003). Those using diuretics should also exercise caution with pleurisy root, as potassium depletion caused by diuretics can increase the likelihood of cardiac glycoside toxicity (Charles, 2007). Pleurisy root can have an emetic effect at high doses, so it is best to start with small doses of 5-10 drops to see how an individual reacts (“Pleurisy root,” 2007; Snow, 2000).