How Do Pulmonary Herbals Work?

Reviewed on 11/1/2021

HOW DO PULMONARY HERBALS WORK?

Pulmonary herbals are natural supplements beneficial in treating respiratory tract disorders. 

They work by:

HOW ARE PULMONARY HERBALS USED?

Pulmonary herbals may be effective in treating:

WHAT ARE SIDE EFFECTS OF PULMONARY HERBALS?

Although most pulmonary herbals are safe, some of them may occasionally cause the following side effects:

The information contained herein is not intended to cover all possible side effects, precautions, warnings, drug interactions, allergic reactions, or adverse effects. Check with your doctor or pharmacist to make sure these drugs do not cause any harm when you take them along with other medicines. Never stop taking your medication and never change your dose or frequency without consulting your doctor.

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WHAT ARE NAMES OF PULMONARY HERBALS?

Generic and brand names of pulmonary herbals include:

  • Agriao
  • Alcacuz
  • Aniseed stars
  • Armoracia rusticana
  • Asafetida
  • Asafoetida
  • Asant
  • Asclepsias tuberosa
  • Badiana
  • Beebread
  • Berro
  • Berro di agua
  • Black root
  • Blackwort
  • Blatterdock
  • Bog rhubarb
  • Bogshorns
  • Bouncing bet
  • British Indian lemongrass
  • Bruisewort
  • Brunnenkresse
  • Butterbur
  • Butterdock
  • Butterfly weed
  • Camphor
  • Canada root
  • Capdockin
  • Cemphire
  • Cetraria islandica
  • Chamomile
  • Chamomilla recutita
  • Chinese anise
  • Chinese licorice
  • Cinnamomum camphora
  • Citronella
  • Cochin lemongrass
  • Cochlearia armoracia
  • Cockup hat
  • Coleus forskohlii
  • Colforsin
  • Comfrey
  • Common comfrey
  • Cow clover
  • Crescione di fonte
  • Cresson au poulet
  • Cresson de fontaine
  • Cresson deau
  • Crow soap
  • Cymbopogon citratus
  • Cymbopogon flexuosus
  • Devil's dung
  • Dog cloves
  • East Indian lemongrass
  • Eryngo leaved liverwort
  • Eucalyptus
  • Farewell summer
  • Female fern
  • Ferula assafoetida
  • Fever grass
  • Fevertree
  • Flapperdock
  • Flux root
  • Foam dock
  • Food of the gods
  • Forskolin
  • Fuller's herb
  • Gan cao
  • Gan zao
  • German chamomile
  • German mustard
  • Gill run by the St.Saponary
  • Glycyrrhiza glabra
  • Great raifort
  • Guatemala lemongrass
  • Gum plant
  • Gum tree
  • Healing herb
  • Hedge pink
  • Horseradish
  • Iceland moss
  • Illicium verum
  • Indian cress
  • Knitbone
  • Lady by the gate
  • Lakritze
  • Lakritzenwurzel
  • Langwort
  • Latherwort
  • Lemongrass
  • Licorice
  • Madagascar lemongrass
  • Makandi
  • Maohouqiaoruihua
  • Marcory
  • Matricaria chamomilla
  • Matricaria recutita
  • Meadow clover
  • Melissa grass
  • Mizu garashi
  • Mountain radish
  • Nasilord
  • Nasturtium officinale
  • Old maid's pink
  • Oranda garashi
  • Orange milkweed
  • Orozuz
  • Pashanabhedi
  • Pavil
  • Pepperroot
  • Petadolex
  • Petasites Spp
  • Pin heads
  • Pleurisy root
  • Polypodium vulgare
  • Polypody
  • Prickley comfrey
  • Purple clover
  • Queen's delight
  • Queen's root
  • Red clover
  • Red cole
  • Red ironbark
  • Regliz
  • Rock brake
  • Roman chamomile
  • Russian licorice
  • Salsify
  • Saponaria officinalis
  • Scurvy grass
  • Selada air
  • Sereh
  • Silver leaf
  • Silver root
  • Slippery root
  • Soap root
  • Soapwort
  • Spanish licorice
  • Star anise
  • Stillingia sylvatica
  • Stingnose
  • Stinking gum
  • Swallowwort
  • Sweet betty
  • Sweet fern
  • Sweet root
  • Symphytum officinale
  • Tall nasturtium
  • Trefle des pres
  • Trefoil
  • Trifolium pratense
  • Tuber root
  • Umbrella plant
  • Wallwort
  • Wasserkresse
  • Watercress
  • Waterkres
  • West Indian lemongrass
  • White ironbark
  • White root
  • Wild chamomile
  • Wild clover
  • Wild sweet William
  • Wind root
  • Wood licorice
  • Yashtimadhu
  • Yawroot
  • Yo jyo hen shi ko
References
https://reference.medscape.com/drugs/pulmonary-herbals

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