Cough Lung Tonic features elecampane and white horehound, which are traditionally used to relieve coughs in Western herbal medicine, including mild bronchial coughs. It also includes aster, which is traditionally used to relieve coughs related to common colds and flu in Chinese medicine.
Features and benefits
Fusion Cough Lung Tonic contains:

Elecampane and white horehound, traditionally used to relieve coughs in Western herbal medicine, including mild bronchial coughs
Aster, traditionally used to relieve coughs associated with common colds and flu in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM)
Chinese licorice and stemona, traditionally used to relieve coughs and support healthy lung function in TCM
Pinellia, traditionally used to clear mucus in TCM
How it works
Elecampane and white horehound: traditionally used to relieve mild bronchial coughs in Western herbal medicine

Elecampane and white horehound are popular expectorant herbs in Western herbal medicine, where they’re traditionally used to relieve coughs, including those associated with mild bronchial congestion.

Elecampane is also traditionally regarded as having decongestant properties in Western herbal medicine.

Aster: used in traditional Chinese medicine for relief of coughs

Aster is a herb that’s often used in TCM to ease coughs, including those associated with common colds and flu.

Chinese licorice and stemona: traditionally used to support healthy lung function in TCM

In Chinese medicine, Chinese licorice is often used alongside stemona; both herbs are traditionally taken to relieve coughs, as well as to support the healthy function of the lungs.

Chinese licorice is also traditionally used to soothe the bronchial airways, and for the relief of mucous congestion in Chinese medicine.

Pinellia is also traditionally taken in TCM to clear mucus and relieve mild bronchial congestion.

Plus, more herbs

Fusion Cough Lung Tonic also contains also contains thyme oil, plus the Chinese herbs houttuynia herb and balloonflower root.

Also available as a herbal liquid.

Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, worsen or change unexpectedly, talk to your health professional.

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