Two-stage Support for winter ills and chills
Aniseed, Elderflower, Hoheria, Karanga,Kawakawa, Thyme, Kumarahou, Totara, Yarrow, White Horhound
STAGE ONE: Acute Onset
At the earliest stage of winter ills and chills use drops of Lung-Fix directly onto the
tongue every hour until comfortable.
STAGE TWO: Convalescence
Bed rest is recommended for at least 48 hours.
During the recovery stage, Lung-Fix syrup is
given in hot drinks to support recovery.
HOT DRINK: Mix the suggested dosage into
a quarter to half a cup of hot water, stir in a
little Manuka honey and add a squeeze of
fresh lemon juice. Allow the drink to cool to a
comfortable temperature and then sip the mix.
This Lung-Fix Elixir is a pleasant tasting, double acting syrup for the early stages of seasonal ills and chills
Traditional Maori Medicine
Hoheria: A sweet herb used to support the immune system for winter ills and chills
Karenga: The Seaweed that grew around the
coast of Aotearoa was an important part of Maori
medicine and food. It is rich in pure Carrageen,
that is still used to this day to help mucus removal and to speed convalescence.
Kumarahou: Maori Healers used to gather
the leaves and flowers of the Kumarahou for supporting bronchial health
Totara : The Inner bark of the Totara was boiled to support temperature balance
Herbal Dietary Supplements
Thyme: It is naturally rich in thymol
and is used to support bronchial health and clear airways Rich in
iodine and contains silicon, sulphur, Vitamins B
complex, C, D and E.
Hoarhound: Gentle tonic expectorant.
Vitamins A, B complex, C and E. Iron,potassium, sulphur.
Elder Flowers: Used to support temperature balance for seasonal ills and chills.
Rich in minerals, especially
Yarrow or Milfoil:Supports the immune responses for ills and chills and aids recovery
Contains vitamins A,
C, E and K. A source of the minerals copper,
iron, manganese and iodine.
Aniseed: Soothing support for clear airways. Vitamins
B and E, plus minerals potassium, calcium,
iron, sulphur and magnesium.
contains an antiseptic
mucilage that has a soothing action on the airways
Always read the label and use as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.