$30.00 – $55.00
Our Osha Syrup is an herbal antiviral, anti bacterial respiratory support. Great for lung tightness, coughing or any respiratory sickness.
SUGGESTED USE: Take a teaspoon 3-5 times daily for lung support.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING
Ingredients: Wild Osha Root, Organic Elecampane Root, Organic Marshmallow Roots, Organic Mullein, Organic Black Seed. Contains organic alcohol, distilled water & local honey.
Osha Root: An excellent healer for lung and upper respiratory illnesses such as cold and flu symptoms.
Osha Root can clear up mucus from the sinuses and lungs acting as an expectorant. Osha also increases blood circulation and oxygen to the lungs, which increases dilation during constriction.
Marshmallow Root: Provides natural mucilage that supports, soothes, and moisten mucous membranes of the respiratory tract, Elecampane Root – Is most famous for its ability to strengthen and support the respiratory system. It is known as one of the best herbal expectorants for congested and stuck mucus in the chest, phlegmy coughs, and for many respiratory infections, such as bronchitis. It can reach deep into the lungs and gets things moving again by clearing and releasing old infected mucus. Emotionally it is also used for grief and sadness that is stored in the lungs.
Mullein is most commonly used for respiratory health. It is soothing and hydrating for the lungs and can loosen mucus. Mullein is particularly helpful for dry coughs.
Black Seed: Helps support healthy circulation, digestion, immune function, joint comfort, respiratory health, and vitality
Honey: Soothing and anti-bacterial
Osha doesn’t like to be domesticated, and impossible to grow under cultivation. All commercial Osha is wild harvested. Osha got the name “bear medicine” because it was noted by Native Americans and early settlers that bears would seek it out when they first emerged from hibernation as a means to stimulate their appetite, as well as chewing it into a “cud” of sorts and then dripping it down and rubbing it into their fur.
Limit two bottles per order. Sustainably harvested high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado