How to make The Respiratory Tonic

How To Make A Respiratory Tonic Using Natural Herbs

Several natural herbs grow in your garden and in the wild that can help you combat respiratory problems. People who smoke are more likely to suffer from respiratory disorders such as chest congestion, allergies, asthma, and chronic bronchitis.

You can make an excellent respiratory tonic by combining several herbs that are beneficial to respiratory health. Taking herbal plant mixtures also strengthens your respiratory system so that you can stay strong during times of illness.

How do you make a homemade respiratory tonic?


This respiratory tonic recipe requires spring water, elderberry, burdock root, wild cherry bark, cloves, nettle leaf, and mullein leaf.

Mullein leaves open up the lungs, ease tightness and spasms, ease coughs, and soothe irritation and dryness.

Wild cherry bark is recommended for dry, irritated spastic coughs, chest issues, and irritations from inhaling smoke or wildfires.

Nettle leaf supports the inflammation response in your body, resulting in improved lung, sinus, and upper respiratory health.

Most of these ingredients can be found in your local herb store or you can find them on our product page.


1. First, you should put in a pot 4 cups of spring water, 3 oz of elderberry, 2 tablespoons of burdock root, 2 tablespoons of wild cherry back, and 3-6 cloves. Let this mixture boil for approximately 30 minutes then turn off your source of heat.
2. Next, add 2 tablespoons of nettle leaf and 2 tablespoons of mullein leaf. Stir the mixture and allow it to steep for around 15-20 minutes.
3. Finally, strain the mixture into a mason jar ready for storage.


Recommended dosage:


It is recommend that you take approximately 4 ounces of this mixture daily until you finish this portion. Before serving the required dosage, shake the mixture to recombine the separated components. You can take it every morning with a touch of key lime.


Storage and Preservation


Store this mixture under refrigeration to last longer. Immediately after you have finished making this respiratory tonic, put it in your fridge and ensure it remains there throughout. You can also preserve it more by squeezing some lime into it.


Conclusion:


Herbal plant tonics are very effective in boosting immune systems and treating various diseases. You should know some common herbs that are beneficial to your health.

A respiratory tonic can simply be made from common herbs in your garden and local market. All these herbs have specific benefits to different parts of your respiratory system making them efficient to treat certain respiratory diseases.

Here are the instructions:
4 cups of spring water (boil)
3 oz of Elderberry
2 tablespoons of Burdock root
2 tablespoons of Wild cherry bark
Add 3-6 cloves (Find them at your local store)
Boil for 30 minutes.
turn it off.
Add:
2 tablespoons of Nettle leaf
2 tablespoons of Mullein leaf
Let it steep for 15-20 minutes.
strain it and store in a mason jar. 
recommended consumption is 4 ounces daily until finished. 
Keep refrigerated.
(for longer shelf life you can squeeze 1/2 of a key lime in it).
These are very powerful herbs, I hope you all ENJOY!
All ingredients can be found on our product page