Tea for Lungs
Lung affections consist of mucus accumulations, water retention, upper chest inflammations and other problems of the respiratory system.
If you have trouble breathing, you feel a back pain or it seems like there’s something pressing on your chest, it’s possible that you have a lung problem.
However, schedule an appointment with your doctor to find out which disease you suffer from.
How a Tea for Lungs Works
A Tea for Lungs’ main goal is to clear out all the unwanted accumulations and improve your respiration.
Many other diseases are linked to lungs affections, such as heart conditions (low or increased blood pressure, arrhythmia, cardiovascular problems).
A Tea for Lungs can treat your localized affections and not only: a tea rich in enzymes and tannins will also improve your heartbeat and blood pressure.
Efficient Tea for Lungs
In order to be effective, a Tea for Lungs needs to be both one hundred percent safe and contain the right amount of active constituents.
You may not know this, but their proportion determines which tea is good for which affection, so not any tea found in the kitchen can treat your lung problems. If you don’t know which teas to choose from, here’s a list to guide you on:
– Elecampane Tea – the main active constituents are mucilage, essential oils and a substance called camphor, which is a natural antibiotic with expectorant action. This tea can flush out of your system all infection triggers and reduce inflammation while calming the affected areas. However, you may want to talk to your doctor before starting a treatment based on this Tea for Lungs.
– Hawthorn Tea – good for a number of affections, such as pleurisy, pulmonary edema or even mild cancer cases, this tea contains an important level of flavonoids and procyanidis which can treat your arrhythmia and stabilize your blood pressure.
Don’t drink more than two cups per day for a short amount of time (one or two weeks) in order to avoid further complications.
– Thyme Tea – contains thymol, which is a powerful antibiotic and polymethoxyflavones which have anti-coughing and anti-inflammatory properties. Thanks to its great expectorant properties, this Tea for Lungs is recommended by practitioners around the world as a great bronchitis treatment.
Tea for Lungs Side Effects
When taken according to medical specifications, these teas are one hundred percent safe. However, talk to your doctor before starting any kind of medical treatment and remember that self medication may cause even more damages.
Don’t take any of these teas if you’re pregnant, breastfeeding, on anti-coagulants or blood thinners. The same advice for patients who are preparing for a surgery: these teas contain substances that may interfere with the anesthetic.
If you have the green light from your doctor, choose a Tea for Lungs that fits you best and enjoy its wonderful health benefits!