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Elecampane Liquid Herb Extract

Elecampane

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Elecampane (Inula helenium) may be helpful with Bronchitis, cold, flu, lung infection. Elecampane has been long valued as a tonic herb for the respiratory system. It was used traditionally as a specific remedy for chronic bronchitis and bronchial asthma. It was thought to soothe the bronchial tube linings and act as an expectorant.

Elecampane constituents are inulin, mucilage, volatile oil (helenin, camphor, alantol), alantoic acid, a thymol derivative, sesquiterpene lactones (including alantolactone, isoalantolactone), triterpenoid saponins, sterols, and bitter principles (possibly including dammaradienol, stigmasterol, friedlin), resin, pectin, and possible alkaloid.

Elecanpane's (Inula helenium) actions are expectorant, antitussive, sedative, anthelmintic, diaphoretic, stomachic, antifungal, antiparasitic, relaxant, warming, tonic, alterative, diuretic and anti-bacterial.

Inula helenium is believed to be useful in any respiratory condition which produces copious mucus discharge and it is specifically indicated in the irritating cough of bronchitis, especially in children.

For Animals - This plant has a long history in veterinary medicine as an effective remedy for skin diseases of sheep and horses. The veterinary use of elecampane is the origin of the herb’s other names, scabwort and horseheal.

$18.00$228.00 excl. GST

Product Code: ele2. Dimensions: N/A

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Elecampane (Inula helenium) may be helpful with Bronchitis, cold, flu, lung infection. Elecampane has been long valued as a tonic herb for the respiratory system. It was used traditionally as a specific remedy for chronic bronchitis and bronchial asthma. It was thought to soothe the bronchial tube linings and act as an expectorant.

Elecampane constituents are inulin, mucilage, volatile oil (helenin, camphor, alantol), alantoic acid, a thymol derivative, sesquiterpene lactones (including alantolactone, isoalantolactone), triterpenoid saponins, sterols, and bitter principles (possibly including dammaradienol, stigmasterol, friedlin), resin, pectin, and possible alkaloid.

Elecanpane's (Inula helenium) actions are expectorant, antitussive, sedative, anthelmintic, diaphoretic, stomachic, antifungal, antiparasitic, relaxant, warming, tonic, alterative, diuretic and anti-bacterial.

Inula helenium is believed to be useful in any respiratory condition which produces copious mucus discharge and it is specifically indicated in the irritating cough of bronchitis, especially in children.

For Animals - This plant has a long history in veterinary medicine as an effective remedy for skin diseases of sheep and horses. The veterinary use of elecampane is the origin of the herb’s other names, scabwort and horseheal.

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