Category Archives: Mullein
Common mullein, Verbascum densiflorum or V. thapsus, is known by many names, such as flannel flower and lungwort. The herb is indigenous to Europe and North Africa, but is also found in Asia and America, where the spiked, flowering heads are visible at roadsides. The yellow flowers are popular in herbal preparations; but the flannel-like leaves and the roots are also employed.
Mumps are infections caused in cheeks as a result there is swelling, pain, and inflammation in the cheeks.
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.
Naturopathic medicine has been using detoxification for over 3000 years. Ayurvedic medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Native Americans, and folk medicine all use herbs and spices for medicinal and detoxification purposes. Herbs and spices are the primary detox supplements used to cleanse the body of toxins. During detoxification herbs and spices aid the bodies natural elimination systems. The bodies natural elimination system includes the liver, urinary system, digestive system, skin and lungs.