Breath Easy Blend
Our blend of herbs has helped those that suffer with chronic breathing issues, such as asthma, bronchitis and COPD.
Licorice root softens the mucous membrane in the throat, lungs and stomach. It also helps to cleanse any inflamed mucous membrane and naturally reduces the irritation in the throat.
Ginger root promotes your respiratory health by eliminating air pollutants, tobacco smoke and perfumes out of the air passages before they have time to irritate the lungs. It also relieves congestion, as well as improves circulation to the lungs, thus reducing the severity of many chronic lung diseases. Ginger helps control inflammation, so you feel and breathe better. It has also been shown to improve your lung function by increasing the lung capacity.
Ginseng root is one of the best natural treatments for COPD. Some studies have shown that the use of ginseng may improve lung function. Ginseng has been recognized for its propensity to improve the immune system, provide an energy boost, reduce stress, promote relaxation and even provide immune suppressive—or anti-inflammatory—effects.
Dong Quai has been used by the Chinese for more than two thousand years as a strengthener of the heart, lung, spleen, liver and kidney meridians and as a tonic for the blood.
Mullein has a lengthy medicinal history for being a therapeutic astringent and emollient. Since ancient times, great mullein has been utilized as a remedy for skin, throat and breathing problems. The ancient Greek physician, pharmacologist and botanist, Dioscorides recommended mullein for diseases of the lung.
Long pepper is listed in the Ayurvedic texts as one of the most powerful Rasayana herbs, meaning it is a longevity enhancer. Long pepper is one of the most widely used Ayurvedic herbs. Primarily used for cold, wet and mucus conditions of the lungs. Long pepper encourages vasodilation and therefore increases circulation, specifically to the lungs.
Codonopsis aids dry coughs and lung conditions, including wheezing.
Astragalus is widely used in Chinese Medicine. The Lungs take in air and create Qi. The lungs house what is called the Wei Qi (pronounced “way-chi”), sometimes referred to as the defensive Qi. The Wei Qi is like a force field for our body, protecting us from invading pathogens such as viruses and bacteria.
Cordyceps can increase the amount of oxygen taken in by the lungs, and while this is helpful for athletes, it is also beneficial for those suffering from respiratory conditions, such as asthma or chronic bronchitis.
Bupleurum is useful for respiratory infections, the common cold, swine flu, bronchitis, pneumonia, fever, and coughing.