LUNGMOSS LOBARIA PULMONARIA 11 LBS CASE
Lungmoss (Lobaria Pulmonaria ) is a plant. The parts that grow above the ground are used to make medicine. People use lungwort for conditions of the stomach, lungs, and urinary tract, as well as for wound healing. Be careful not to confuse lungwort with lungmoss. These are not the same.
Packing: 16 oz Kraft bag
Ingredients: Fresh Lungwort (Pulmonaria Officinalis) Air Dried
Preparing Lungwort Tea: recommended a warm cup of lungwort tea, made with a tablespoon of dried lungwort herb, combined with 8 ounces (250 ml) of boiling water, and allowed to steep for 10 minutes. This warm drink should be consumed three times per day.
Shipping costs may apply and an additional fee for the extra items.
Prices may vary without notice.
Returns are accepted if the product is not as described, and the buyer pays the return shipping fee.
Due to the nature of our product, all sales are final.
The site is Protected and secured also by FraudLabs Pro.
Sold by: MEDICINALHERBSMEX
LUNGMOSS LOBARIA PULMONARIA MED HERB
Lungmoss has medicinal applications for its expectorant properties, soothing coughs, and sore throats. It is also an astringent, and diuretic and is applied to reduce the inflammation of boils. Lobaria Pulmonaria Officinalis, common names lungwort, common lung moss, Mary’s tears, or Our Lady’s milk drops, is a herbaceous rhizomatous evergreen perennial plant of the genus Pulmonaria, belonging to the family Boraginaceae.
What does lungmoss do for lungs?
This plant contains tannins between 10.27% and 10.67%. Fatty substances are composed of stearinic, palmitic, and myristicin acids. Resin acids, ceryl alcohol, phytosterin, flobafen, inverted sugar, polysaccharides.
The aerial parts of the flowering plant are collected for medicinal purposes (flowering tops and leaves) by cutting them a little above ground level and drying them at a temperature not exceeding 45 °C.
It is used as an infusion for the treatment of cough, whooping cough, bronchitis, sore throats, and hoarseness. It is also sudorific, anti-inflammatory, and diuretic. The 10% decoction is used in compresses as a disinfectant, emollient, and anti-inflammatory for wounds.
In cooking a good handful of the plant, letting it boil for a quarter of an hour, the liquid is taken in four cups distributed throughout the day to facilitate expectoration and make the sputum more fluid.
It is also recommended for diarrhea, hemorrhoids, and urinary bladder conditions.
It has astringent, emollient, expectorant, anti-inflammatory, sudorific, and mild diuretic functions. For this reason, it has been traditionally used to calm coughs and treat various respiratory conditions such as bronchitis, whooping cough, colds, asthma, etc.