BHealthy Chest Support
Bhealthy Honey Chest Support is a combination of raw honey and herbal supplements to aid individuals with allergies and breathing difficulties.
It is best to use 2-3 table spoons every morning and before retiring to bed.
Ingredients: Raw Unprocessed Honey, Glycerin, Thyme, Black Seed, Red Clover, Self Heal, Aloe, Cinnamon, Spearmint, Licorice, Anise, Nutmeg, and Ginger.
Raw honey: Raw honey has been traditionally used to cure human illnesses over the course of human history. Scientific research is discovering the activities of honey as anti-microbial, immune stimulating, tissue healing, tissue regenerating, and anti-inflammatory. The miracle behind this golden remedy lies behind its biochemistry. Therefore, refining and pasteurizing raw honey will disrupt the active components within its biochemistry. That is why HoneyPharma makes sure to acquire and use raw honey, the echelon of all honey.
Black seed: Black seed is native to Southern and Southwest Asia, and is known for its phenomenal support of the immune system as well as the kidney, cardiovascular, liver, and overall bodily systems. This miraculous plant contains essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals, and has anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant activity. As a result, black seed is able to support the stimulation of white bloods cells, interferon production, and the increase B-cell antibodies. The herb has also been noted to protect normal cells against viruses and cancer cells. By and large, it is a super supplement that supports a healthy and holistic body.
Red Clover: This vibrant flower is enthralled with active compounds known to assist the respiratory and immune system, as well as an overall healthy systemic function. Red clover aids the respiratory function by promoting the discharge of phlegm and impeding spasmodic action, thus providing a sense of relief. This plant is also known to be a mild stimulant and has been clinically proven to be a useful remedy in assisting the body against chronic skin disorders.
Self Heal: Prunella, better known as self heal, is a well-rounded botanical. It is known to have anti-pyretic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and antibacterial effects. Therefore, it aids the body against swollen lymph nodes, goiters, breast lumps, cancer, and tumors.
Cinnamon: Cinnamon is known to provide support for many systematic organs within the body. This miraculous plant is traditionally said to have many properties, including analgesia (pain reliever), anti-microbial, antiseptic, anti-rheumatic, antispasmodic, diuretic, stimulant, hemostatic, germicide, demulcent, stomachic, expectorant, and able to expel gas. As a result, cinnamon has been used to aid with backaches, bronchitis, colds, congestion, diarrhea, dysentery, edema, flu, gas, headaches, indigestion, liver problems,
Thyme: Known for its volatile oils, thyme is a strong antiseptic. Traditionally, thyme has been used internally for respiratory and digestive infections. Thyme's active compounds inlcude thymol, flavonoids, and many miscellaneous components. Due to its anti-microbial, anti-spasmodic, and expectorant (promoting the discharge of phlegm/ other fluids from the respiratory tract) activities, thyme is an excellent botanical ingredient to support the respiratory system against bronchitis, whooping cough, and asthma.
Licorice: When people think of licorice, they think of the bitter candy they had when they were kids. Believe it or not this is an actual plant. Historically, licorice has been used throughout the world as a herbal remedy. This amazing plant has a vast array of active compounds known for their anti-inflammatory, anti-hepatotoxic, anti-spasmodic, demulcent, expectorant, laxative, and sedative. Therefore, licorice can been used to assist with abdominal pain, bronchitis, colds, coughs, heart tonic, hyperacidity, inflammation, laryngitis, laxative, mucus membrane toner and soother, muscle spasms, sore throat, ulcers, painful urination, chronic hepatitis, gastritis, and herpes simplex virus.
Anise: Anise has been used ubiquitously throughout the ancient world. Hypocrites is said to have prescribed anise for symptoms of severe coughing. The ancient Egyptians recommended it for asthma, bronchitis, headache, and many other ailments of the body. Anise is a nutritious herb, which consists of fatty acids, sterols, proteins, carbohydrates, phenylpropanoids, flavonoid glycosides, and volatile oils. The volatile oils support the respiratory tract in discharging phlegm and other fluids. The volatile oils also support the lungs with anti-spasmodic activity that mitigates irritable coughing during a case of bronchitis or whooping cough.
Nutmeg: A prized spice since the Roman times, nutmeg is traditionally known for its expectorant activity as well as its ability to support the body in clearing or opening the natural ducts of fluid or secretions within the body.
Ginger: or over 2,500 years, ginger was used as an important herb in Chinese Medicine. This herbal remedy can support the recovery process for active individuals. Ginger is traditionally known for its expectorant, anti-emetic, analgesic, and stomachic activity. The ensemble of active compounds makes ginger an excellent remedy to support the respiratory tract during a case of a cold, influenza, or strep throat as well as a demulcent for an upset stomach.
Aloe Vera: The tropical perennial plant, aloe vera is like no other. Traditionally, this extraordinary plant has been used topically on the skin for burns and infections, but aloe is also rich in natural steroids and other compounds known for their anti-inflammatory activities. As a result of, aloe active compounds are also able to assist the body internally to alleviate respiratory problems. Studies conducted in Japan have shown aloe to be a therapeutic remedy that supports the body against ongoing asthma attacks.
Spearmint: A species of mint, spearmint is known for its anti-fungal activity, antipyretic, and diaphoretic activities. Therefore, spearmint has been shown to support the body with conditions associated with the common cold and flu, such as headache, sore throat, and fever.