Medicinal herbs | Bronchopulmonary Siberian Tea

The well-balanced composition of the Bronchopulmonary Siberian Monastery Tea is full of vitamins, natural antioxidants and biologically active components for the proper work of respiratory system and its treatment.
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Knotgrass (Polýgonum aviculáre) and yellow thistle (Cīrsium setōsum) promote antispasmodic, analgesic, diaphoretic and bactericidal benefits.

Bronchopulmonary Siberian Tea - natural Siberian herbs that contain no GMOs, dyes, flavors or other artificial additives

Cocklebur (Xanthium) facilitates respiratory organ spasms and restores breathing during asthma attacks. This herb is often used for the treatment of common colds, coughs and in the complex therapy for pulmonary tuberculosis and throat cancer.

Bronchopulmonary Siberian Tea - natural Siberian herbs that contain no GMOs, dyes, flavors or other artificial additives

Bugle weed (Ajúga réptans), thyme (Thýmus serpýllum), garden sage (Sālvia officinālis) and eucalyptus (Eucalýptus) leaves produce expectorative and antimicrobial effects, can ease cough, fight congestion, and soothe irritated sinus passages.

Bronchopulmonary Siberian Tea - natural Siberian herbs that contain no GMOs, dyes, flavors or other artificial additives

Angelica (Archangelica) possesses tonic properties and is effective for the treatment of bronchitis infections. Besides, it reduces respiratory spasms and is most beneficial for coughs.

Angelica roots (Archangelica) normalizes appetite, improves secretory and motor functions of the bowel. It can prevent discomfort in the stomach, prevent nausea and vomiting.

Iceland moss (Cetrária islándica) is traditionally consumed as a potent agent against tubercle bacillus. It can fight inflammatory processes on mucous membranes of respiratory organs.

Willow weed (rainbow weed) (Lýthrum salicária) is known for its diuretic effects. It also increases metabolism, enhances the function of the digestive system.

Verbascum (Verbáscum) thins and expels mucus that can congest the air passages. It also provides analgesic and anti-convulsion effects needed for pulmonary diseases and heavy coughs caused by bronchitis, pertussis or pneumonia.

Bronchopulmonary Siberian Tea - natural Siberian herbs that contain no GMOs, dyes, flavors or other artificial additives

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