Home recipes for herbs, teas and oils - Natural Beauty and Family Health
Coltsfoot is used as a respiratory disinfectant, expectorant, and cough suppressant in a wide variety of different animals- we find it particularly useful trachemobronchitis in dogs (specifically kennel cough) especially when combined with antiviral herbs such as licorice.
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Fennel seed tea acts as an excellent digestive aid to relieve abdominal cramps, gas and bloating.