Concentrated herbal liquid extract. Wild Cherry (Prunus serotina), Pleurisy Root (Asclepia tuberosa), Mullein (Verbascumthapsus), Hyssop (Hyssopusofficinalis), Hops (Humulus lupulus), Marshmallowroot (Althaea officinalis), 7% glycerine, 30% alcohol in distilled water. ClearLung +:inlcudes the above ingredients plus 10% Colloidal Silver 15ppm, Ant. Tart. 6x, Puls. 30x, Phos. 30c, Stannum 30c.
Wild Cherry: Latin (Prunus serotina)
Common names: Black choke, chokecherry, wild cherry.
Medicinal part: bark
Habitat: Western herb. Widely distributed from Nova Scotia to Fla. west to Dakotas & Arizona.
Main constituents: Prunasin, a cyanogenicglycoside yielding hydrocyanic acid. Prunasin reduces the cough reflex. Indications: Irritating cough (dry or wet), spasmodic cough, bronchitis, respiratory catarrh (excess phlegm), asthmatic symptoms.
Pleurisy Root: Latin (Asclepia tuberosa)
Common names: Butterfly weed, Canada root, flux root, wind root.
Medicinal part: root
Habitat: Native to southern U.S.
Main constituents: Flavonoids (rutin, quercitin). Cardenolides.
Indications: Hot, dry, tight, conditions in the chest.
Promotes expectoration. Reduces inflammation. Relieves pain in the inflammation of Pleurisy.
Mullein:Latin (Verbascum thapsus)
Common names: Velvet dock, Aaron's rod, Jacob's staff, Candlewick, Blanketleaf.
Medicinal part: Leaves, flowers.
Habitat: Native to Central & Southern Europe and western Asia. Now grown in many other regions. Main constituents: Mucilage, flavonoids, triterpenoid saponins, volatile oil & tannins.
Indications: Valuable herb for coughs and congestion. Bronchitis & tracheitis. Reduces mucous formation and stimulates expectoration.
Hyssop:Latin (Hyssopus officinalis)
Common names: Hyssop
Medicinal parts: Flowering tops.
Habitat: Native to southern Europe, Mediterranean countries, the Balkans and Turkey. A common garden herb. Main constituents: Terpenes (including marubin a diterpene), volatile oil (mainly camphor), flavonoids, hyssopin, tannins and resin.
Indications: Marubin is a strong expectorant. Used for pleurisy, tight chestedness, respiratory congestion, asthma, and chronic coughs. Encourages the production of a more liquid mucous and stimulates expectoration.
Hops: Latin (Humulus lupulus)
Common names: Hops
Medicinal part: Fresh & dried strobiles (flowers of the female plant).
Habitat: Indigenous to Europe and Asia.
Main constituents: Bitters (lupulin containing humulon, lupulon, and valerianic acid), volatile oil, flavonoids, tannins, asparagine. Indications: Calming, stress reliever.
Marshmallow:Latin (Althaea officinalis)
Common names: Marshmallow
Medicinal parts: Root, leaves, flowers.
Habitat: Native to Europe, naturalized in US.
Main constituents: Mucilage, starch, pectin, flavonoids, phenolic acids, sucrose, asparagine.
Indications: Soothes mucous membranes.