8 useful and effective herbs to get rid of bacterial infections and mucus in the lungs

If you are suffering from viral or bacterial infections but are already tired with of using drugs, especially antibiotics, which in excess are very harmful to health, you are in the right place. Today, we would like to introduce you to 8 herbs that are truly effective at fighting viral infections, removing mucus from the lungs, and even repairing lung damage.

Here are the 8 best herbs to get rid of lung mucus and bacterial infections:

1. Licorice

This plant just like its roots has a soothing effect and soften the mucous membranes of the throat, lungs and stomach very well. Licorice also cleans the inflamed mucous membrane.

2. Thyme

This plant is truly multifunctional and is widely used around the world. With its essential oils that are antifungals and natural antibiotics, thyme effectively fights against chest congestion.

3. Eucalyptus

Everyone has already heard of this herb. Eucalyptus is widely used in cough syrups and lozenges. With its compound called cineole, eucalyptus promotes respiratory health and significantly soothes throat irritation.

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4. The Great Elnea

The benefits of this plant have been known for a long time. The great auntie is not only able to reduce the infection (as in the case of bronchitis), but it also eliminates excess mucus. To take advantage of its medicinal strength, it is recommended to add 1 teaspoon of large aunty in a cup of boiling water and drink this preparation 3 times a day for 3 weeks.

5. Peppermint

Peppermint, like its oil, contains menthol. This soothing ingredient relaxes the smooth muscles of the respiratory tract and therefore promotes respiration.

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6. Plantain leaves

The leaves of this plant have been used for centuries to relieve coughs and soothe irritated mucous membranes. Plantain leaves also have antimicrobial and antibacterial properties, making them even more effective in combating throat and lung irritation due to coughing. Plantain leaves are also able to relieve a dry cough by increasing the production of mucus.

7. The Iceland moss

This foam has antibacterial properties. The decoction prepared with this mousse is used to treat other types of diseases such as chronic bronchitis, food allergy, whooping cough, pneumonia and disorders of the digestive system.

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8. Climbing ivy

Syrup made from climbing ivy is often used as an expectorant when it comes to respiratory diseases accompanied by coughing and poor mucus production (bronchitis, tracheitis, tracheobronchitis).

Take advantage of these herbs and plants to stop viral bacterial infections as quickly as possible. But remember, it’s always easier to prevent the disease than to treat it.

Sources : astucesnaturelles, maplante, narmed, doctissimo

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