Category Archives: Bronchitis
Bronchitis is a condition defined as inflammation of the bronchi which results in persistent cough that produces considerable quantities of sputum.
Derived from the name Farfarus, which is an ancient name of the White Poplar, coltsfoot is an herb that grows abundantly throughout England, especially along the corners and sides of the railway banks as well as in waste places, poor stiff soils, and in wet grounds.
Bronchitis is a common respiratory disorder in which one or more of the lung’s airways (bronchi) become inflamed, irritated or infected. As the lining of the bronchi swell, mucus builds up, causing an irresistible urge to cough and clear the throat.
Rosemary or Rosmarinus officinalis is a herb used in medicine for thousands of years. The name rosemary comes from the color of the flower, a beautiful blue: “ros” means dew, rosemary – dew Navy.
The Mysterious Frankincense
Used for many thousands of years, the Frankincense tree has perhaps the greatest association with spiritual practice of any plant on earth. In most of the great ancient cultures, including the Egyptian, Babylonian, Persian, Hebrew, Greek and Roman civilizations, it has played a role in religious and domestic life. Frankincense has been sought after by kings and valued as highly as gold. More recently, the essential oil is gaining popularity with spiritual seekers and natural healers alike. What is so special about this tree that its ‘pearls’ were given as a gift at the birth of one of history’s most revered prophets?