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Lobilia Tincture

Does Lobilia tincture also help with both throat and lung inflammation?
  Pat2006 on 2006-01-05
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Hi, I don't know about Lobilia helping with throat and lung inflammation. I know it is used for anxiety, pain when rubbed on the area of concern. I would try for your throat and lung problem, hot water and tbls. of raw honey a few x a day. If it is some type of bacteria, no bacteria can live in honey. Also, honey applied to a cut will heal almost overnight. Make sure it is raw pure honey. Just a thought.

pixie_stix last decade
Why does it need to be hot water with the honey? My throat get serious irritated with hot water. I have to be very helpful with the temperature of anything I put in my mouth. If anything irritates my throat then I have trouble breathing. Even the alcohol in the Lobelia tincture causes bad irritation and I have to breath cold air so I can catch my breath.

Thank you for the thought of using RAW honey. I will get some tomorrow and try it.
Pat2006 last decade
I also have fibromyalgia and I have been thinking that it is inflammation in my throat and lungs. But it is likely that it is a bacteria.
Pat2006 last decade
You really don't need it hot, although, I would use hot so the honey dissolves. Let it cool down before you drink it. Also, I have also heard if you put hot water with blackstrap molasses, like 1 teas. and let it cool down to room temperature and drink it in the morning and at night, it could dissolve tumors. I would do it everyday.

pixie_stix last decade

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