Topics covered in this lecture: Chest and sinus problems, what herbal actions you need, chest and sinus blend, the herbs and why they are there, sinus tea and the actions of the herbs, plantain herb and it’s adaptable nature. “After more than 35 years of clinical practice I have witnessed the beneficial effects of healing herbs. Antimicrobial herbs are particularly helpful to prevent a cold progressing to involve the chest or sinuses. This blend also promotes sweating and soothes the mucous membranes of the nose, throat and passages to the lungs.” Dr Dilis Clare. Traditional use
Astragalus: boost the immune sysytem during cold and flu season.
Echinacea: modulates immune function
Sage: antibacterial and astringent properties.
Always check with a Healthcare Practitioner before using. Avoid with pregnancy, breastfeeeding or in combinations with certain medications, allergies or medical conditions. By using this product you accept responsibility for ensuring it is suitable. Keep out of reach of children. Contains alcohol.
This is a blend of very antiseptic herbs and immune boosting herbs from Dr. Clare, particularly helpful to prevent a ‘cold’ going to the chest or for a productive cough. This blend also promotes sweating and soothes the mucous membranes of the nose, throat, sinuses and passages to the lungs.
Use at immediate onset of the problem.
Caution: Avoid during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Seek advice from your Healthcare Practitioner for serious health concerns.
Seek advice from a medical herbalist through our chat at the bottom of the page if needed or if you are on medication.
SKYPE or online video consultswith professional medical herbalists can be arranged with Dr Clare’s Apothecary Clinic in Galway.
Tinctures contain a small amount of alcohol as a preservative.