This formula is a good liquid cough drop and a natural antibiotic; it dissolves mucus, soothes inflamed and irritated membranes, alleviates the suffering of coughs and colds and it also has poison neutralizing properties. Bilberries are such a valuable source of Vitamin C that a long list of healing actions has been attributed to these marvellous berries, such as correct tonsillitis, sore tongue, inflamed gums, laryngitis, thypoïd fever, mucus in breathing passages and much more.

Wild Cherry Bark has been used by North American Native Peoples for coughs, colds, whooping cough, bronchitis, asthma, tuberculosis and daily recurring fevers. They say that it cures the chronic respiratory condition of asthma while loosening and expelling old mucus from the lungs and respiratory passages. Wild Rose Hips helps prevent wrinkling and sagging of the connective tissues of the body to keep them elastic and youthful. It strengthens the blood vessels, capillaries and stops the inclination to bruise easily. It also qualifies as a life extender and protector.

Contents

Bilberry (see Documentation), Wild Cherry Bark (see Glossary), Wild Rose Hips (see Glossary).

Contraindications

None.

Side effects

None.

Dosage

40 to 80 drops per hour while awake. For maximum benefit, allow a few drops at a time to trickle down the throat.

Note: For information as well as contraindications or adverse reactions, if applicable, on each single herb contained in this combination, refer to single product sheets.

References: HOWARD, Dr. A. B., Herbal Extracts Supplement, First Edition, The Blue Goose Press, Michigan, 1985.

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