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Excellent herbs for getting rid of mucus in the throat, chest and lungs for the voice professional.

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Hello fellow friends and singers. Below you may find an article that just went up as my weekly post at Superiorvocalhealth.blogspot.com. I hope this is useful for you. Please feel free to visit my blog regularly as well on how to naturally care for your voice and throat.

Getting rid of mucus in the throat, chest and lungs is one of the most difficult and pressing issues for the voice professional. We need mucus in our throat and a thin lining on our vocal cords to keep the cords hydrated and flexible. This is the way our body naturally takes care of our vocal cords. However, as voice professionals, to much mucus can be our worst nightmare. Over the counter and prescription drugs may

remove the excess mucus but at what cost? Drying of the entire throat and vocal cords, dizziness, mental fog, digestive discomfort such as constipation or diarrhea and fatigue are just a few of the side effects that one can experience. In this post I will give you more than enough choices of excellent herbs that have been tried and tested through out the ages to get rid of excess mucus in the throat, chest and lungs without affecting the rest of your body negatively. They are safe, effective, and help the rest of your body to heal as well. Remember, from my other posts on food and diet, that excess mucus is almost always the body telling us we are off track with what we are consuming. Here are the herbs you may use, all of these herbs are very effective when used as a tea:

1. ANGELICA

Angelica is a very good herb that may be used to break up mucus in the  lungs. It is often used to ward off the flu or a cold and can break up

mucus from a cold very quickly. 

NOTE: Angelica should not be taken by anyone who is pregnant or has  diabetes.

2. BLUE VIOLET

Blue Violet is excellent at relieving severe headaches and especially

congestion in the head. It is known to clean mucus out of the system.

3. COLLINSONIA:

Collinsonia soothes the mucus membranes. It has slight astringent  properties relieving inflammation of the throat due to colds and flu.

4. COMFREY

Comfrey is one of my personal favorites. It is used for lung problems,  hoarseness, sore throat and is very effective in clearing the mucus

membranes. It is also high in potassium providing the body with energy.

5. PLEURISY ROOT

Pleurisy root is very good for all chest disorders. It is one of the  best herbs known for breaking up colds and releasing mucus.

The following herbs may be used as powders when crushed up and sniffed  in the nose, gargles or applied to the chest or throat externally to

release mucus.

6. COLTSFOOT

Coltsfoot is very soothing to the mucus membranes. Boil a heaping  teaspoon in a quart of water as a tea then take a cloth and moisten it

with the freshly made tea. Apply it to the chest and throat for ten or fifteen minutes. This will loosen the phlegm and is good in all coughs

and bronchitis as well as all lung troubles. For nasal congestion and  obstruction, crush the leaves into a fine powder and sniff the powder

into the nostrils.

7. FENUGREEK SEED

Fenugreek seed is very useful when crushed up and sniffed into the  nostrils. Especially when dealing with mucus from allergies and mucus in

the head and chest.

8. HYSSOP

Hyssop is mentioned in the bible in Psalm 51:7: PURGE ME WITH HYSSOP  AND I SHALL BE CLEAN; WASH ME AND I SHALL BE WHITER THAN SNOW. It is  extremely useful for all mucus problems in the chest throat and lungs.  Use it as a gargle to loosen up mucus in the throat.

NOTE: Never use for more than one week at a time.

There you have some excellent herbal solutions to mucus problems in the throat, chest and lungs. Always consult an herbal practitioner and you doctor when you have questions about dosage and mixing herbs with any medications you may already be taking. As always, I wish you the best on your quest for Superior Vocal Health.

David Aaron Katz

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