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Cough Sore Throat Herbal Formula Tincture

This herbal elixir will quiet down the worst of coughs and soothes sore throats. Use for Sore throats, bronchitis, colds, sinus congestion, croup, hoarseness, quinsy and whooping cough. If you use your voice, this is a must-have in your herbal medicine cabinet.  Whether you are a singer, teacher, salesman, or just need to talk a lot, then this is for you.   It is all-natural with peppermint and clove essential oils.  Clove is a natural analgesic. The herbs are specifically selected to help expel mucous and open up the airways. So you ever get a tickle in your throat that won't go away?  Does your throat ever feel scratchy?  Do you ever get congested? I know I have, and that is when I reach for this formula.  As soon as I take it, my throat opens up with a coolness, like a blast of cold air. It is all made by me with the highest quality of ingredients possible. 

Ingredients:  Wild Cherry bark, Cubeb Berries, Mullein leaf, Skunk Cabbage root, Peppermint Essential oil, Clove Bud Essential oil, Ionized water, 30 % Alcohol.



Botanical name:  Prunus serotina

 Origin:  USA

Therapeutic actions:  Anti-tussive; Astringent; Pectoral; Sedative; Stomachic; Tonic.

Nutrients:  Calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.

Drug Interactions: No known Drug Interactions.

Description:  Its main use is for its sedative action on the respiratory nerves. The other system this herb works with is the digestive system.

Internal uses:  It has been used for coughs, asthma and other chest diseases. It has helped to aid digestion and is useful in the treatment of digestive weakness, including ulcers, gastritis, colitis, diarrhea, dysentery and dyspepsia. The American Indians had numerous uses for this herb: to ease the pain of labor, diarrhea, lung problems, as an enema for hemorrhoids and for dysentery. Also been used to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. (COPD)

Suggested Dosage:  2-4 ml Tincture 3-4 times daily.

Caution:  The leaves are considered to be poisonous.


Botanical name:  Piper cubeba

Origin:  Malaysia

Therapeutic actions:  Anthelmintic; Aphrodisiac; Anti-bacterial; Anti-asthmatic; Anti-syphilitic; Anti-dysenteric; Antiseptic; Anti-inflammatory; Carminative; Diuretic; Expectorant; Irritant; Purgative; Sedative; Stomachic; Stimulant.

Nutrients:  Essential fatty oils.

Description:  It has been useful for bladder and urinary problems. Kills mosquito larvae.Internal uses:  It has been used for burning urine, leucorrhea and gonorrhea. Cigarettes made of cubeb are said to help with hay fever, asthma and pharyngitis.  It gives tone to the stomach and bowels.  It is used for indigestion, catarrh, bronchitis, coughs and lung problems.

Suggested Dosage: 300-600 mg daily



Botanical name:  Verbascum thapsus

Origin:  Bulgaria

Therapeutic actions:  Anodyne; Antiseptic; Astringent; Demulcent; Emollient; Expectorant; Narcotic; Vulnerary.

Nutrients:  Calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, silicon, selenium, zinc, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, C and D.

Drug interactions:  No known drug interactions.

Description:  A valuable herb for respiratory disorders.

Internal uses:  It has been uses for coughs, hoarseness, bronchitis, catarrh, hay fever, and whooping cough. It may also be used for catarrh in the gastrointestinal tract, glandular swellings, ear diseases, mastitis, for digestive cramps, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma.

Suggested dosage:  3—4 grams 3 times daily. Tincture 1—4 ml 3-4 times daily.


Botanical name:  Symplocarpus foetidus

Origin:  USA

Therapeutic actions:  Antispasmodic; Diaphoretic; Diuretic; Emetic; Expectorant; Narcotic; Odontalgic.

Description:  Primarily used for respiratory ailments.

Internal uses:  Skunk Cabbage has been used for tightness of the chest, irritable tight coughs, hay fever, asthma, whooping cough, bronchial problems, mucus congestion and other spasmodic respiratory disorders. It may also be used to calm the nervous system, for rheumatism and for dropsy.


Therapeutic actions:  Anti-microbial; Antiseptic; Anti-bacterial; Disinfectant; Digestive; Sedative; Stimulant; Tonic.

Nutrients:   Calcium, enzymes, magnesium, manganese, potassium and phosphorus.

 Description:  Honey is a thick fluid prepared by the honey bees from the nectar of flowers.  It is 75%-80% sugar.

Internal uses:  Honey contains hydrogen peroxide-a known antiseptic.  Arabs would take honey and water across the deserts to quench their thirst.  It has been used as a general tonic.  It has been beneficial for colds, coughs, sore throats, allergies and constipation.

 Peppermint EO

Botanical name:  Mentha piperita

Origin:  USA

Therapeutic actions: Antiseptic; Antibiotic; Antispasmodic; Analgesic; Carminative; Depurative; Digestive; Decongestant; emmenagogue; Expectorant; Stomachic; Tonic; Vermifuge.

Constituents:  Menthol, Menthone, iso Menthone, Menthofuran, Menthol ester.

Uses:  It has been used for headaches, nausea, fatigue, apathy, coughs, digestive problems, bowel disorders, flatulence, muscular pain, sinus congestion, shock, travel sickness, mouth or gum infections, mental tiredness and poor circulation.

 Clove Bud EO

Botanical name:  Eugenia caryophyllata

Origin:  Madagascar

Therapeutic actions:  Antibiotic; Anti-fungal; Antiseptic; Anti-viral; Analgesic; Aphrodisiac; Anti-fungal; Carminative; Stomachic; Stimulant; Tonic; Vermifuge.

Constituents:  Eugenol, Actoeugenol, Eugenyl Acetate, Caryophyllene, D-cadinene.

Uses:   It has been used for toothache, muscle pain, rheumatism, warts, colds, flu, diarrhea, chest infections, nausea, ringworm and fatigue. 

Ingredients:  Wild Cherry Bark, Cubeb Berries, Mullein Leaf, Skunk Cabbage, Essential oil of Peppermint, Essential oils Clove, Honey, ionized water, 20% alcohol.

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