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Lung Expectorant™

Traditionally used to support normal expectoration and respiratory immune response.*
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Details & Ingredients

PRODUCT FEATURES


Lung Expectorant features Elecampane extract prepared from the root of Inula helenium plants. It also includes Lobelia extract made from the fresh herb & seed of Lobelia inflata plants. We grow both plants on our own Certified Organic farms in southern Oregon.
The herbs in this formula are individually extracted to provide a broad spectrum of therapeutic plant compounds. We assure herb identity via macroscopic and organoleptic analysis, then confirm it through methods such as HPTLC fingerprinting specific to each herb. The formula is easily dispensed, taken in liquid form and added to water or other liquid.
Suggested Use
Shake Well Before Using
Add 1 full squeeze of the dropper bulb to 2 oz. of water or juice, 3 to 5 times per day. Best taken between meals.
Caution
Seek expert medical advice before taking during pregnancy.
Keep Out of the Reach of Children

Store away from heat & light

INGREDIENTS


    Proprietary extract blend: 614 mg
  • Yerba Santa herb (Eriodictyon californicum)

    Country of origin: USA

  • Elecampane root (Inula helenium)

    Country of origin: USA

  • Osha root (Ligusticum porteri)

    Country of origin: USA

  • Usnea lichen (Usnea spp.)

    Country of origin: USA

  • Thyme flowering herb (Thymus vulgaris)

    Country of origin: USA, Egypt

  • Lobelia herb & seed (Lobelia inflata)

    Country of origin: USA

  • Ginger rhizome (Zingiber officinale)

    Country of origin: India, China, Indonesia, Peru

Other Ingredients

certified organic cane alcohol (70-80%), distilled water & certified organic vinegar.

  • Certified Organic
  • Responsibly Wildcrafted
  • Fresh (undried)
  • Extraction rate 35 mg fresh herb & 118 mg dry herb per 0.7 ml.

We grow more than 65 species of plants on our Certified Organic farms, but not every plant can grow well in southern Oregon. To ensure the quality and supply of your favorite herbs, we work with a global network of farmers, wildcrafters and brokers, who cultivate and harvest plants where they can thrive. All herbs used in our products undergo a series of rigorous quality checks.

Depending on the product, more than one country of origin may be listed for an herb. Your product may contain herbs from any of those approved sources. Find more information about our ethical sourcing practices.

From the Herb Library

Ginger

Ginger is an herbaceous perennial herb, growing up to approximately 5 feet (1.5 meters) in height.4 Its alternate lance-shaped narrow leaves are sheathed to the stem and grow upwards.4 Flower stems are shorter than leaf stems and have an egg-shaped tip with dense, large yellow-green bracts surrounding the tip.The orange-yellow petals of the flower have a purplish tubular inner structure.3,4 The cone flowers are scarce in a spike formation originating from a small thin bract within the larger bract.4,5 Its capsule fruit has tiny arillate seeds.4 The underground part is a horizontal rhizome that branches out resembling the fingers of a hand.4 The thin skin of the rhizome is a tan color with a yellow fibrous interior.4
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FLAVOR PROFILE

Lung Expectorant is aromatic, earthy and pungent, with a hint of celery.

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From the Herb Library

Ginger

Ginger is an herbaceous perennial herb, growing up to approximately 5 feet (1.5 meters) in height.4 Its alternate lance-shaped narrow leaves are sheathed to the stem and grow upwards.4 Flower stems are shorter than leaf stems and have an egg-shaped tip with dense, large yellow-green bracts surrounding the tip.The orange-yellow petals of the flower have a purplish tubular inner structure.3,4 The cone flowers are scarce in a spike formation originating from a small thin bract within the larger bract.4,5 Its capsule fruit has tiny arillate seeds.4 The underground part is a horizontal rhizome that branches out resembling the fingers of a hand.4 The thin skin of the rhizome is a tan color with a yellow fibrous interior.4
Learn more
Learn about more herbs