Double cough therapy for the most stubborn coughs and bronchitis.
Try this set with 2 of our favorite, natural herbal cough remedy teas.
Smoker’s Cough Remedy Tea Hyssop, Black Horehound and Marshmallow Root
Our recipe dates back to the 19th century.
Black Horehound, Wild Marshmallow Root and Anise Hyssop are harvested fresh from our garden, dried immediately and arrive full of potency.
Each ounce of tea makes 10 servings
It is suggested to take this tea sweetened with raw honey, cooled to room temperature and to drink in big gulps. You can also add milk to this tea.
This medicinal tea blend is a especially soothing for coughs and colds with the added power of white horehound as a powerful expectorant and also natural nervine. (Relaxant)
Cough Remedy Tea:
Greek mullein to help keep your lungs clear. Fresh Soothing Marshmallow Root is a expectorant and emollient to sooth sore throat and raspy hacking cough. Calendula flower brings flavor, color and immune system support to this blend. (For Smoker’s Cough see our Smoker’s blend)
Grown and harvested from our organic garden. Our herbal teas are the freshest available, anywhere. Our herbs are harvested fresh and carefully dried each WEEK. They are cut and dried by hand and never stored for more than one season.
Our herbs are SO fresh, you can request the FRESH -not dried - When in season
The botanical materia medics, wares and recipes of this website are NOT INTENDED TO REPLACE THE SERVICES OF PHYSICIANS.
By all means see a physician when a condition requires his services.
There is ample proof that that botanical medicines have been used for thousands of years, and it is reasonable to believe that they were also used by primitive man to survive diseases, and the rigors of aging.
None of these products have been evaluated by the FDA.
Many botanicals offered at Starfish Honey are recognized in the United States and foreign pharmacopias. Many of them have been discarded for stronger, more certain, synthetic drugs, or other reasons.
Modern science is now reevaluating many of the old time botanicals, and searching jungles and distant places to seek remedies from aboriginal races.
The future of human medicine may very well rest in the methods of our ancient ancestors.