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Herbs for respiratory health

By October 29, 2016Herbs
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Herbs for Respiratory Health As we know Oxygen is continually required to survive. Respiratory system work is to inhale oxygen and expels carbon dioxide, to maintain adequate oxygen level. Generally for optimum health 39% oxygen level should be maintained. But due to different external ailments like bacteria, viruses or dust we are prone to Cough, Asthma, COPD, Pneumonia and bronchitis; oxygen level disturbs and we may face respiratory problems.

There are plenty of herbal products available in the market, you can choose from them as per your illness status and requirement. Some of them are as follows:

Tea: Tea is one of the powerful antioxidant we are drinking daily. Tea is supposed to have antiviral, antimicrobial effects, refreshes the mind and stimulates brain. Chemical compounds responsible for these various effects are L-theanine, catechins, epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). Globally various types of tea are available like black, green, white, or Oolong tea. Each one has its own advantages.

Garlic: Garlic has been used since ancient time for respiratory illness and other health problems. ajoene and allicin are major chemical constituents with potent antibacterial and virucidal activity. Different studies have proven this effect and still research is going about proving Garlic as a medicinal herb for the different perspective.

Elderberry: This herb mainly helps to protect the respiratory system from viral attack like the common flu. The liquid extract used for better results. It neutralizes influenza virus enzymes to prevent viral hemagglutinin, the process by which viral cells penetrate and invade healthy cell membranes. Not only this it also stimulates the production of cytokines which are part of our defense system; fight against all types of bacteria and viruses.

Hot peppers: Hot peppers or chili papers such as jalapeño, poblano, or Serrano are good sources of capsaicin. Capsaicin responsible for spicy taste which has cleansing effect on the sinuses. It helps to open up clogged airways and promote drainage of the sinuses. Along with sinus drainage, it helps to get rid of infectious bacteria, viruses, and the mucus and cellular debris associated with them. Not only this it is a good source of vitamin C (ascorbic acid); a powerful antioxidant which has a direct effect on the immune system to fight better against all external aliments.

Lobelia: This is also known as Indian tobacco because it is smoked like tobacco as a remedy for a variety of respiratory disorders, including bronchitis, asthma and pneumonia. The active ingredient in the herb, lobeline is responsible for all medicinal effects.

These are just few names we have discussed, there may be more than the above mentioned. Before starting any supplement for a long time please consult with your physician to avoid any future complication.

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