Whether it is acute or chronic, in the lungs or just in the throat this amazing trilogy of plant allies will there for you when you need them
Western Aralia- Considered to be "The Ginseng of the Lungs", Western Aralia has a deep history of traditional uses for the lungs among the indigenous peoples of Northern California and Oregon.
The adaptogenic qualities make this a great ally for those who are exhausted and stressed, especially if the lungs are affected by being chronically stressed out. Recommended for long-term smokers and wildfire smoke exposure
Western Osha- Western Osha has an affinity for the lungs and is very supportive of respiratory health, and this extract is a must for any singer. A great ally to turn too when you feel that first sign of a scratchy throat.
This plant is often referred to as “bear medicine” since bears will often seek it out once they emerge from hibernation as a way to stimulate their appetite.
Wild Cherry/Elecampane/Red root blend- Ojas Natural's take on a classic “Cough Syrup” formula, created as a honey extract, it requires no refrigeration and is small enough to keep in your purse or backpack.
Wild Cherry Bark is energetically supportive of the respiratory system. It is commonly used for its cough suppressant and sedative actions which depress the cough reflex, calming irritating coughs.
Elecampane is a warming and stimulating remedy for the respiratory system traditionally used to tonify the mucosal tissues of the respiratory system. Native Americans used it for general respiratory support and for tuberculosis.
Red Root energetically is neutral-warm, drying with a slightly pungent taste. Most commonly used for is Lymphatic actions and can be used in all forms of sluggish lymph function.
Western Aralia Honey extract 1oz, Western Osha Honey extract 1oz and Wild Cherry, Elecampane, Reed root honey extract 1oz
Ojas Naturals Honey Extracts are created using a proprietary process developed from traditional Ayurvedic methods. The honey used in the extraction process works to extract different constituents of the plants, providing a more complete extraction while also adding a pleasant, sweet flavor and, according to the Ayurvedic tradition, honey acts as a carrier during the digestive process, carrying and assimilating the herbs deeper into tissues.
We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbs, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications. This information is for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.