Respiratory Support Tincture



This unique blend of herbs from Botanica relaxes and soothes the respiratory system by helping to heal mucous membranes.

Wild Cherry bark, also known as black cherry or chokecherry, is best known for its ability to help with upper respiratory disease, and is commonly used to treat coughs.

This tincture is well suited for dry, hacking coughs caused by bronchitis, pneumonia, and asthma, and can be used long-term.


  • Has anti-inflammatory, anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties for the lungs, and is soothing and healing to the mucous membranes
  • Relieves coughs
  • Relaxes the respiratory system while regulating breathing function


30-40 drops (1.5-2 mL) taken up to 6 times per day; consult a health practitioner if pregnant or breastfeeding.


Wildcrafted Wild Cherry bark (Prunus virginiana), Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza uralensis), wildcrafted Mullein herb/leaf (Verbascum thapsus), wildcrafted Lobelia herb and seed (Lobelia inflata), Wild Lettuce herb (Lactuca virosa), Khella seed (Ammi visnaga), Organic alcohol, vegetable glycerin, distilled water


What are adaptogens?

Put simply, adaptogens are natural substances that benefit bodily processes, and help the body adapt to stress.

Adaptogens are reported to show long-lasting effects which, unlike stimulants such as caffeine, aren’t followed by a drop in capacity. By acting more gently with fewer peaks and throughs, adaptogens may protect our physical and mental processes both before and after stressful events.

Will I feel a difference right away?

While effects do vary from person to person, generally effects are felt after a few weeks of consistent use.

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