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General Medical Warning

This website contains general knowledge about herbal medicines and their curative values. It is not intended to be taken as a substitute or self treatment; It is therefore highly recommended to seek an advice from a qualified herbal medicine practitioner. Some of the herbs stated in this website may cause reaction to the user. Neither natural herbal life nor its employees shall be held responsible for any such reactions. Do not try to do some self diagnosis or treat your self.  All consultations should be carried out by a qualified medical practitioner

Lungtonic Herbal Medicine


Lungtonic Herbal Medicine
Lung Special Herbal Medicine Good for: Asthma, allergy and other respiratory related maladies Has expectorant extract. It is an antibacterial and anti-viral herbal product




Herbs for:

Alfalfa, Withania, Dandelion, Fennel, Ginseng, Straw berry, Cayenne, Thyme, Comfrey, Ginger, Yellow dock, Rosemary, Unrefined honey, Nettle, Moringa

Reduce or Avoid: (a) Coffee (b) Chocolate (c) Tea (d) Simple sugars (e) Alcohol (f) Smoking (g) Erroneous drugs (h) Stress (i) Over working / exercise (j) Fasting too long.

Use or Increase: (a) Moderate exercise as you use the herbs (b) Warm water (c) Vegetable juice (d) Vitamins: Bs, D, E (e) Minerals: Calcium, Iron, Iodine, Potassium and Zinc. Unrefined honey and Safflower are especially good for hypoglycemic people cramps and muscles as they exercise.

Formulas to follow:

(a) Blood building formula;

(b) Calcium formula;

(c) Heart and blood pressure formula:

(d) Hypoglycemia formula;

(e) Memory formula;

(f)  Reproduction formula;

(g) Thyroid formula.

Encouragement; “Watch and pray, that ye enter not into temptations: the spirit indeed is willing, but the fresh is weak.” Mathew 26:41

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