Conventional medicine often uses remedies that include fennel. They have proven to be good in the following cases: for the treatment of diseases of the respiratory tract; to improve digestion; for the treatment of heart and vascular diseases.
According to English folklore, an English settler almost cut off his thumb with an axe. His father, who was aware of folk medicine, advised him to make a bandage of tightly applied eucalyptus leaves around the incision. Later, when a surgeon saw the wound, he was very surprised because the thumb had healed so quickly and without a trace of infection. It has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, antibacterial, stimulating and other healing properties. It is effective for a number of respiratory problems, including colds, coughs, runny noses, sore throats, asthma, nasal congestion, bronchitis and sinusitis.
Due to the huge amount of research and testing, new information about the astragalus appears everywhere. In general, my greatest strength is the prevention and protection of cells from frequent cellular damage and other internal elements, such as free pedicles and cells.
Astragalus has antiviral and antibacterial properties. It is believed that it can stimulate the organism to produce interferons, which are proteins that trigger the immune system to prevent someone else’s invasion.
This is why this herb is an effective remedy for protecting the body from common infections and diseases and is useful as a preventive treatment during the flu and flu season.
VITAMIN C /ASCORBIC ACID/
Vitamin C improves the activity of white blood cells, which in turn have the function of detecting, destroying and eating viruses, bacteria and cancer cells. The white blood cells of people who take Vitamin C for 2 to 3 years daily are distinguished by significantly greater activity. Vitamin C is an extremely important antioxidant. In turn, it enhances the action of other antioxidants such as our well-known vitamins “A” and “E”.
Buckhorn destroys harmful bacteria in the respiratory tract. This is due to the tannins and vegetable glue in the leaves of the herb, which protect against microorganisms, and the silicic acid contained in them is necessary for the construction of mucous membranes. Buckhorn soothes the cough that often accompanies long-term smoking, softens irritated tissues, reduces inflammation in the upper respiratory tract, throat and oral cavity, dilutes bronchial secretions and facilitates its natural evacuation through coughing. The most important function of the composition of the extract is Saponins – a natural substance that helps to quit smoking. It was he who was found by Russian scientists in the laboratories. It blocks the pleasure receptors of cigarettes and makes the body react to receiving nicotine.
Other ingredients: gelatin, magnesium stearate, aerosol.