Herbs to Cleanse Your Lungs to Breath Easily

Herbs to Cleanse Your Lungs to Breath Easily
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There are certain herbs that can naturally cleanse the lungs and making breathing easier. The environment is full of pollutants including dust and other harmful particles which we all inhale and can do damage to our lungs. Credit to some herbs, you can make breathing easier while at the same time cleanse your lungs.

Certainly, the use of harsh products in your home, work or while on the go can negatively impact on your respiratory system. By simply getting subjected to many toxins and molds in the environment, your lungs will definitely suffer in one way or another and this can have adverse impact on your overall wellbeing.

Given that there are very many people suffering from respiratory complications including asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), the health of the lung seems at risk due to exposure to the environmental and chemicals.

In reference to the American Lung Association COPD ranks third as the major cause of death in the U.S. while millions struggle with asthma. The good news is that we don’t have to wear masks throughout to shield the essential organ that keeps the heart beating. Most of these respiratory conditions can be managed through the use of natural herbs which cleanse and nurture the lungs to make breathing easier.

Herbs to Cleanse Your Lungs

Oregano

Oregano

Despite the fact that Oregano contains essential nutrients and vitamins required by the immune system, its primary benefits lies behind carvacroland rosmarinic acid content. These two compounds are natural decongestants which reduces* histamine, directly benefiting the respiratory system. They make the flow of air in the nasal passage easier. On top of these, it has several other benefits to your body which makes a bottle of Oregano oil a necessity in everyone’s medicine cabinet. It reduces* aches and pains while used topically on the affected areas. Other than treating and preventing colds, oregano oil helps deal with digestive issues and ear infections. Other uses include treating insect bites or stings, migraines or sinus headaches, mouth sores and toothaches.

Peppermint and Peppermint Oil

Peppermint

Peppermint and peppermint oil contain menthol, a renowned soothing ingredient which helps relax and smooth muscles pertaining to the respiratory tract in order to make breathing easier. Given that they have antihistamine effect, menthol happens to be a strong decongestant which many people use through chest balms and other inhalants to break up congestion and make breathing easier. Additionally, peppermint is an antioxidant which helps in the fight against free radical and harmful organisms.

Lungwort

Lungwort

Lungwort refers to tree-growing lichen which resembles lung tissue in appearance. It has been used for centuries in promoting the health of the lungs and the respiratory system. Plus it is a decongestant which clears the air pathway. Also, Lungwort has other compounds which have been shown to be effective against harmful organisms which mostly affect respiratory tract due to their antioxidant properties. Additionally, lungwort comes with expectorant qualities and contains acids which are potentially effective in protecting the lungs and promote better chest function.

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus

This tree native to Australia was not just created for the Koala bears. It is used by Germans, American and Aborigines as a refreshing aroma to promote the health of the respiratory tract. It is also used to treat* and sooth sore throat. It reduces* irritation while opening sinuses and combat congestion. That is why you will find it as an active ingredient in most cough syrups and lozenges credit to a compound known as Cineole. Cineole has been proven effective as an expectorant and a decongestant for soothing irritated sinus passages to ease breathing. As an added benefit, Eucalyptus contain antioxidants which support the immune system during cold or other illnesses

Elecampane

Elecampane

Elecampane has been spotted by the Greeks, Romans, Chinese and Indians for respiratory support. Its roots extracts have been in use since 1800’s in the preparation of lozenges and cough drops. The main reason behind this is that, Elecampane has relaxing effect on the smooth tracheal muscles. It contains two compounds which include inulin, a phytochemical that soothes bronchial passage, and alatolactone which is an expectorant. Some health experts recommend its use to relieve shortness of breath, especially among asthma victims.

Lobelia

Lobelia

Horses when given lobelia breathe more deeply. Lobelia is considered to be one of the most important remedial herbs in existence. It helps in thinning of the mucus, and break up congestion. Plus it stimulates the adrenal glands to secrete epinephrine, causing the relaxation of the airways to make breathing easier. That is why Lobelia is used in the manufacture of cough and cold solutions.

Conclusion

You can find these herbs in various forms including nutritional supplements or tea blends. Still, you can grow them in your garden and consume them as food. There are some supplements in which you can find a combination of these herbal remedies. They are specially formulated to help deal with respiratory system problems and make breathing easier. Perhaps, when issues with our respiratory systems arise, it is better being a little mild and opts for what is more natural.

Reference:

  • https://www.naturalnews.com/047222_lung_cleansing_medicinal_herbs_breathing.html

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