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Herbal Respiratory Liquid Herbal Extract, 4 oz (120 ml)

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    Breathe easily all winter and keep clear of summer irritants with this family friendly formula.

    Thyme Leaf Extract: In ancient Greece, thyme was a symbol of bravery and its name means strength perhaps in reference to its invigorating smell. Thyme may be particularly useful for upper respiratory problems such as bronchitis.

    Elecampane Root Extract: As a natural expectorant, Elecampane is wonderful for lung complaints and to clear excess phlegm in the throat. Thanks to its high inulin content, Elecampane is soothing to raw, irritated tissue.

    Anise Seed Extract: With gentle anti-spasmodic properties, Anise seed can reduce the urge to cough and soothe bronchial passages.

    Nettle Leaf Extract: You do not want to leave the cause of a miserable cough unaddressed. Nettle shows promise in inhibiting the replication of those nasty bugs behind your cough and can help even if its an allergy.

    Licorice Root Extract: It is the glycyrrhizin in Licorice root that has an anti-inflammatory and anti-tussin effect on the lungs. This means it can help you stop coughing and it can help clear congestion.

    Bayberry Bark Extract: This is one of natures best gifts to help clear clogged sinuses and thanks to its astringent properties, it may help dry up mucous and stop drainage induced coughing.


    Ingredients: Vegetable glycerine, distilled water, approx. 5% organic grain alcohol, Anise seed, European Elder flower, Elecampane root, Thyme leaf, Stinging Nettle leaf, Licorice root, Bayberry bark.


    Adults and children 12 or more years of age 1/4 tsp.*, children 3-11 years 1/8 tsp.*, children 0-2 years 5-10 drops 1-4 times daily in water. (*) 1/8 teaspoon = approximately 1 full dropper. Shake well before use.

    Herbal Respiratory is not suggested for those with reduced liver, kidney, or cardiac function, or by those taking anticoagulants or Vitamin K inhibitors.