Enula campana


Botanical name: Inula Helenium Habitat: South East Europe, Central Asia

Plant parts used: root and rhizomes Active ingredients and nutrients: elenin, inulin, pectin, ascorbic acid (vit.C), mucilage.

Therapeutic properties: The root and rhizomes of the Enula Campana are rich in active ingredients with expectorant, bronchodilaxant and antiseptic properties of the respiratory tree: this plant is mainly used to disinfect the respiratory tract, to thin the phlegm with a calming cough action, as an adjuvant against the chronic bronchitis, in asthmatic forms, and to relieve the cough of smokers.

For prevention and control of: VIRAL INFECTION DISORDERS

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