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    CULCULCAN The Final Synthesis - isbn 978-0-9939480-0-8 Staff Member

    Beloveds, the storm is upon us, not only physically, but spiritually! ​

    Just as there are viruses that attack your body, ​

    there are those thoughts that act just like the viruses that attack your body. ​

    At any given time there is a war being fought that you are unconscious of! ​

    Remember what I have shared! ​

    Chemicals are thoughts and thoughts are chemicals! ​

    What forms any microbe? What forms any virus, bacteria, mold or fungus?​

    What microbes help create the tissues of the body
    and what seeks to destroy the tissues of the body?

    If you give your body what was originally created to grow the kingdom/body,

    then your kingdom shall be built on a solid foundation! If you give your body
    that which is artificial you will have weakened the foundations of your kingdom.

    Remember who has been allowed to rule over your airways?

    Both frequency and chemically.

    They have been weakening you with geoengineering or chemtrails!.

    Now they will assult you with 5G

    . If you don't know the FATHER'S thoughts by now, you will be totally confused!

    If you don't know what to feed your mind, how shall you feed the body

    ? I will list the biological demons as will as give you the biological means

    to protect yourself!

    Remember that you are a lamp and if your health is weakened,

    then your light will go dim! The wise make sure there is enough oil in their lamps

    ! I will give you a list of the demons that you are up against and the means of battling them.

    Remember that viruses are spreading information!

    The question is, is the information that they are spreading true??

    Here are the Viral Diseases and Their Etiologic / demonic Agents

    that seek to destroy and change the nature of creation!

    Here is
    an Alphabetical Index of Viral and Infectious diseases

    There are more than one etiologic agents or demons for a disease.

    Acanthamoeba - (Parasitical - not viral)
    Actinobacillus - Actinomycetemcomitans (Bacterial - not viral)
    Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis - Coxsackie A-24 virus (Picornavirus: Enterovirus), Enterovirus 70 (Picornavirus: Enterovirus)
    Acute hemorrhagic cystitis - Adenovirus 11 and 21 (Adenovirus)
    AIDS / Acquired Immune Difficiency Syndrome - human immunodeficiency virus (Retrovirus)
    Anisakidosis - Anisakis simplex (Bacterial - not viral)
    Anthrax - Bacillus anthracis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Aspergilloma / Aspergillosis - Aspergillus (Fungal - not viral)
    Arthritis, Septic - Staphylococcus aureus, or Neisseria gonorrhoeae (Bacterial - not viral)
    Athlete's Foot - Dermatophytes (Fungal - not viral)
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    Blastomycosis - Blastomyces dermatitidis (Fungal - not viral)
    "Black death" (plague) - Yersinia pestis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Bornholm disease (pleurodynia) - Coxsackie B (Picornavirus: Enterovirus)
    Botulism - Clostridium botulinum (Bacterial - not viral)
    Borna Diease - Borna Diease Virus (Unassigned Virus)
    Brazilian purpuric fever - Haemophilus aegyptius (Bacterial - not viral)
    Bronchitis - (Bacterial - not viral)
    Bronchiolitis - Respiratory syncytial virus (Paramyxovirus), Parainfluenza virus (Paramyxovirus)
    Brucellosis - Brucella (Bacterial - not viral)
    Bubonic Plague - Yersinia pestis (Bacterial - not viral)
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    California encephalitis - California encephalitis virus (Bunyavirus)
    Candidiasis - Candida (Yeast - not viral)
    Cat Scratch Fever - Bartonella henselae (Bacterial - not viral)
    Cellulitis - (Bacterial - not viral)
    Cervical cancer - human papilloma virus (Papovavirus)
    CFS - Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - not an infectious disease
    Chancroid - Haemophilus ducreyi (Bacterial - not viral)
    Chicken pox - varicella zoster virus (Herpesvirus)
    Chlamydia - Chlamydiae trachomatis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Cholera - Vibrio cholerae (Bacterial - not viral)
    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - not an infectious disease
    Colorado tick fever - Colorado tick fever virus (Reovirus)
    Conjunctivitis - Haemophilus aegyptius or Chlamydiae trachomatis (Bacterial - not viral) or Adenovirus (Adenovirus) or Herpes Simplex Virus (Herpesvirus)
    Cowpox - vaccinia virus (Poxvirus)
    Croup, infectious - parainfluenza viruses 1-3 (Paramyxovirus)
    Cryptosporidiosis - Cryptosporidium parvum or Cryptosporidium coccidi (Protozoan parasite - not viral)
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    Darling's Disease - Histoplasma capsulatum (Fungal - not viral)
    Dengue - dengue virus (Flavivirus)
    Dermatomycoses - Dermatophytes (Fungal - not viral)
    Desert Rheumatism - Coccidioides immites (Bacterial - not viral)
    "Devil's grip"(pleurodynia) - Coxsackie B (Picornavirus: Enterovirus)
    Diphtheria - Corynebacterium diphtheriae (Bacterial - not viral)
    Dysentery - Shigella (Bacterial - not viral)
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    Ear Infection - see Otitis Media
    Eastern equine encephalitis - EEE virus (Togavirus)
    Ebola hemorrhagic fever - Ebola virus (Filovirus)
    Ehrlichiosis - Ehrlichia (Bacterial - not viral)
    Endocarditis - various bacterial pathogens (Bacterial - not viral)
    Epiglottitis - Haemophilus influenzae or Streptococcus pyogenes (Bacterial - not viral)
    Erythema infectiosum - Parvovirus B19 (Parvovirus)
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    "Fifth" disease (erythema infectiosum) - Parvovirus B19 (Parvovirus)
    "Flesh Eating Bacteria" - Necrotizing fasciitis (NF) - Group A Strep (Bacterial - not viral)
    Food Poisoning - various bacterial pathogens, and some toxins
    Foot and Mouth Disease (Hand-foot-mouth disease) - Coxsackie A-16 virus (Picornavirus: Enterovirus)
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    Gardener's Disease - Sporothrix schenckii (Fungal - not viral)
    Gas gangrene - Clostridium perfringens (Bacterial - not viral)
    Gastroenteritis - Norwalk virus (Calicivirus), rotavirus (Reovirus), or various bacterial species
    Genital HSV - Herpes Simples Virus (Herpesvirus)
    Giardiasis - Giardia lamblia (Protozoan parasite - not viral)
    Gilchrist's Disease - Blastomyces dermatitidis (Fungal - not viral)
    Gingivostomatitis - HSV-1 (Herpesvirus)
    Gonorrhea - Neisseria gonorrhoeae (Bacterial - not viral)
    Granuloma Inguinale - Calymmatobacterium granulomatis (Bacterial - not viral)
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    Hand-foot-mouth disease - Coxsackie A-16 virus (Picornavirus: Enterovirus)
    Hantavirus hemorrhagic fever / Hantaan-Korean hemorrhagic fever - Hantavirus (Bunyavirus)
    Hepatitis A - hepatitis A virus (Picornavirus: Enterovirus)
    Hepatitis B - hepatitis B virus (Hepadnavirus)
    Hepatitis C - hepatitis C virus (Flavivirus)
    Hepatitis D - hepatitis D virus (Deltavirus)
    Hepatitis E - hepatitis E virus (Calicivirus)
    Herpangina - Coxsackie A (Picornavirus: Enterovirus), Enterovirus 7 (Picornavirus: Enterovirus)
    Herpes, genital - HSV-2 (Herpesvirus)
    Herpes labialis - HSV-1 (Herpesvirus)
    Herpes, neonatal - HSV-2 (Herpesvirus)
    Histoplasmosis - Histoplasma capsulatum (Fungal - not viral)
    HIV - human immunodeficiency virus (Retrovirus)
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    Impetigo - Streptococcus pyogenes or Staphylococcus aureus (Bacterial - not viral)
    Infectious myocarditis - Coxsackie B1-B5 (Picornavirus: Enterovirus)
    Infectious pericarditis - Coxsackie B1-B5 (Picornavirus: Enterovirus)
    Influenza - Influenza viruses A, B, and C (Orthomyxovirus)
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    Japanese encephalitis virus - JEE virus (Flavivirus)
    Jock Itch - Dermatophytes (Fungal - not viral)
    Junin Argentinian hemorrhagic fever - Juninvirus (Arenavirus)
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    Keratoconjunctivitis - Adenovirus (Adenovirus), HSV-1 (Herpesvirus)
    Koch-Weeks - see Conjunctivitis
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    LaCrosse encephalitis - LaCross virus (Bunyavirus)
    Lassa hemorrhagic fever - Lassavirus (Arenavirus)
    Legionnaire's Disease (Legionnaire's pneumonia) - Legionella pneumophila (Bacterial - not viral)
    Leprosy (Hansen's disease) - Mycobacterium leprae (Bacterial - not viral)
    Leptospirosis - Leptospira interrogans (Spirochetes, Bacterial - not viral)
    Leishmaniasis - Leishmania (Parasitical - not viral)
    Listeriosis - Listeria moncytogenes (Bacterial - not viral)
    Lyme disease - Borrelia burgdoferi (Spirochetes, Bacterial - not viral)
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    Machupo Bolivian hemorrhagic fever - Machupovirus (Arenavirus)
    Malta fever - Brucella sp. (Bacterial - not viral)
    Marburg hemorrhagic fever - Marburg virus (Filovirus)
    Measles - rubeola virus (Paramyxovirus)
    Melioidosis - Pseudomonas pseudomallei (Bacterial - not viral)
    Meningitis, aseptic - Coxsackie A and B (Picornavirus: Enterovirus), Echovirus (Picornavirus: Enterovirus), lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus (Arenavirus), HSV-2 (Herpesvirus), Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Meningitis, bacterial - Neisseria meningitidis (Bacterial - not viral), Haemophilus influenzae (Bacterial - not viral), Listeria monocytogenes (Bacterial - not viral), Streptoccoccus pneumoniae, Group B streptococcus (Bacterial - not viral)
    Microsporidiosis - Microsporidia - (single cell Parasites - non-viral)
    Middle Ear Infection - see Otitis Media
    Molluscum contagiosum - Molluscum (Poxvirus)
    Moniliasis - Candida species (Yeast - not viral)
    Mononucleosis - Epstein-Barr virus (Herpesvirus)
    Mononucleosis-like syndrome - CMV (Herpesvirus)
    Mumps - mumps virus (Paramyxovirus)
    Mycotic Vulvovaginitis - Candida species (Yeast- not viral)
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    Necrotizing fasciitis (NF) - Group A Strep (Bacterial - not viral)
    Nocardiosis - Nocardia (Bacterial - not viral)
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    Orf - Orfvirus (Poxvirus)
    Otitis externa - Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Bacterial - not viral)
    Otitis media - Streptococcus pneunomiae, or Haemophilus influenzae, or Moraxella catarrhalis, or Staphylococcus aureus (Bacterial - not viral)
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    PCP - Pneumocystis carinii (Bacterial - not viral)
    Pelvic Inflamatory Disease - various Bacterial pathogens (Bacterial - not viral)
    Peritonitis - Escherichia coli, or Bacteriodes (Bacterial - not viral)
    Pertussis - Bordetella pertussis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Phaeohyphomycosis - Dematiaceous Fungi (Fungal - not viral)
    Pharyngoconjunctival fever - Adenovirus 1-3 and 5 (Adenovirus)
    Streptococcus pyogenes (Bacterial - not viral)
    Respiratory Synytial Virus (Paramyxovirus: Pneumovirus)
    Influenza Virus (Orthomyxovirus)
    Parainfluenza Virus (Paramyxovirus)
    Adenovirus (Adenovirus)
    Epstein-Barr Virus (Herpesvirus)
    Phycomycosis - Mucor species (Fungal - not viral)
    PID - see Pelvic Inflamatory Disease
    "Pink eye" conjunctivitis - see Conjunctivitis
    Plague - Yersinia pestis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Pleurodynia - Coxsackie B (Picornavirus: Enterovirus)
    Pneumonia, viral - respiratory syncytial virus (Paramyxovirus), CMV (Herpesvirus)
    Pneumocystis carinii Pneumonia - Pneumocystis carinii (Bacterial - not viral)
    Pneumonic Plague - Yersinia Pestis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Polio, Poliomyelitis - Poliovirus (Picornavirus: Enterovirus)
    Pontiac fever - Legionella pneumophila (Bacterial - not viral)
    Posadas-Werincke's Disease - Coccidioides immites (Bacterial - not viral)
    Progressive multifocal leukencephalopathy - JC virus (Papovavirus)
    Pseudomembranous colitis - Clostridium dificile (Bacterial - not viral)
    Psittacosis - Chlamydia psittaci (Bacterial - not viral)
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    Q fever - Coxiella burnetti (Rickettsial - not viral)
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    Rabies - rabies virus (Rhabdovirus)
    Red Eye - see Conjunctivitis
    Reticuloendotheliosis - Histoplasma capsulatum (Bacterial - not viral)
    Rheumatic Fever - Streptococcus pyogenes (Bacterial - not viral)
    Ring Worm - Dermatophytes (Fungal - not viral)
    Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (RMSF) - Rickettsia rickettsii (Rickettsial - not viral)
    Roseola - HHV-6 (Herpesvirus)
    Rubella - rubivirus (Togavirus)
    Rubeola - see Measles
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    Salmonellosis - Salmonella species (Bacterial - not viral)
    San Joaquin Fever - Coccidioides immitis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Scabies - Sarcoptes scabiei (Mites - not viral)
    Scarlet fever - Streptococcus pyogenes (Bacterial - not viral)
    Schistosomiasis - Schistosomiasis mansoni (Bacterial - not viral)
    Sepsis - various Bacterial Pathogens (Bacterial - not viral)
    Septic Arthritis - Staphylococcus aureus, or Neisseria gonorrhoeae (Bacterial - not viral)
    Septic Thrombophlebitis - see Thrombophlebitis
    Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) - a human coronavirus (Coronavirus)
    Shigellosis - Shigella species (Bacterial - not viral)
    Shingles (zoster) - varicella zoster virus (Herpesvirus)
    Shipping fever - Pasteurella multocida (Bacterial - not viral)
    Sinusitis - various Bacterial Pathogens (Bacterial - not viral)
    Smallpox - variola virus (Poxvirus)
    "Slapped cheek" disease (erythema infectiosum) - Parvovirus B19 (Parvovirus)
    Sporotrichosis - Sporothrix schenckii (Fungal - not viral)
    St. Louis encephalitis - SLE virus (Flavivirus)
    Strep Throat - see Pharyngitis
    Strongyloidiasis - Strongyloides stercoralis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Swimmer's Ear - See Otitis Externa
    Syphilis - Treponema pallidum (Spirochete bacteria - not viral)
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    Temporal lobe encephalitis - HSV-1 (Herpesvirus)
    Tetanus - Clostridium tetani (Bacterial - not viral)
    Thrombophlebitis - Staphylococcus species (Bacterial - not viral)
    Thrush - Candida species (Yeast - not viral)
    Tinea - Dermatophytes (Fungal - not viral)
    Toxic Shock Syndrome - Staphylococcus aureus or Streptococcus pyogenes (Bacterial - not viral)
    Toxoplasmosis - Toxoplasma gondii (Sporozoan - not viral)
    Trachoma - Chlamydia trachomatis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Trichinosis - Trichinella spiralis (Nematode - not viral)
    Trichomoniasis - Trichomonas vaginalis (Protozoan - not viral)
    Tuberculosis - Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Tularemia - Francisella tularensis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Typhoid fever - Salmonella typhi (Bacterial - not viral)
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    Undulating fever - Brucella species (Bacterial - not viral)
    Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) - various Bacterial Pathogens (Bacterial - not viral)
    Urethritis - Chlamydia trachomatis (Bacterial) , or Trichomonas vaginalis (Protozoan), or Herpes Simples Virus (Herpesvirus), Ureaplasma urealyticum (Mycoplasma)
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    Vaginosis - Gardnerella vaginalis (Bacterial), or Bacteroides species (Bacterial), or Streptococcus species (Bacterial)
    Valley Fever - Coccidioides immitis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Varicella - varicella zoster virus (Herpesvirus)
    Vulvovaginitis, Mycotic - Candida species (Yeast- not viral)
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    Western equine encephalitis - WEE virus (Togavirus)
    Whooping Cough - Bordetella pertussis (Bacterial - not viral)
    Wool sorters' disease - Bacillus anthracis (Bacterial - not viral)
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    Yellow fever - Yellow fever virus (Flavivirus)
    Zoster - varicella zoster virus (Herpesvirus)
    Zygomycosis - Mucor species (Fungal - not viral)

    List Of The Best Herbs That Kill Viruses And Clear Mucus From Your Lungs lungs and body! This will help show you some of the best herbs that kill viruses.

    CULCULCAN The Final Synthesis - isbn 978-0-9939480-0-8 Staff Member

    List Of The Best Herbs That Kill Viruses
    And Clear Mucus From Your Lungs lungs and body!

    This will help show you some of the best herbs that kill viruses.

    List Of The Best Herbs That Kill Viruses And Clear Mucus From Your Lungs lungs and body! This will help show you some of the best herbs that kill viruses.
    1. Coltsfoot
    2. Oregano
    3. Eucalyptus
    4. Chaparral
    5. Licorice Root
    6. Peppermint
    7. Cannabis
    8. Osha Root
    9. Sage
    10. Mullein
    1. Coltsfoot

    For thousands of years, Coltsfoot has been used by the Native Americans when they want to improve their lung health naturally. It can clear out the mucus from your lungs as well as bronchial tubes. Addition to this, this herb has also been used as a natural treatment for bronchitis, asthma, coughs, and other lung ailments. If you want to use this herb, you can find it in a dry form or in tea.
    If you want to know some of the best ways that can help you prevent asthma attack in adults, read on 16 Ways On How To Prevent Asthma Attack In Adults
    2. Oregano
    The active substances found in oregano are rosmarinic and carvacrol acid. Besides, oregano is also a great source ofvitamins and minerals that are essential for the immunity. We all know about their positive effects on the airflow in the respiratory tract and in the nasal passage. It also protects your body from damage caused due to free radicals, which reduces the risk of getting cancer. Moreover, oregano oil can help to destroy bacteria, and give you better results than almost all of the antibiotic treatments.

    To know some of the best ways that can help you treat nasal polyps in both children and adults, read on How To Treat Nasal Polyps In Children And Adults – Top 31 Tips
    3. Eucalyptus
    When it comes to best herbs that kill viruses and remove mucus from your lungs, you should not look down eucalyptus. Eucalyptus has revitalizing aroma and, it was used to reduce throat irritations and also improve the health of your respiratory tract thanks to its active compound called Cineole, which is a common ingredient in cough remedies and syrups. Studies found that Cineole offers many health benefits, including relieving a cough, treating irritated sinus passages and fighting congestion. Besides, eucalyptus can be used to support our immune system because this herb contains many antioxidant properties. Besides, eucalyptus oil can be applied to your insect bites to prevent the itching, pain, and swelling associated with insect bites.

    List of 15 Home Remedies For Itchy Skin Relief On Face And Body will show you some of the natural treatments for itchy skin on facial and body skin, so check it out!
    4. Chaparral
    herbs that kill viruses

    This is another one on the list of natural herbs that kill virus and remove mucus from the lungs that you should try out. Chaparral was used as a lung detox and a support for the respiratory tract. Actually, this herb can help to fight harmful organism thanks to its potent antioxidants. Although you can find this herb in tincture extract, you can use it in tea to support respiratory system as well. It will help you clear the mucus from your airflow, and also cure the respiratory problems.
    Read on How To Cleanse Your Body At Home Thoroughly – 24 Best Tips to discover some of the best ways that can help you cleanse the body at home.
    5. Licorice Root
    According to a study about licorice root benefits [1], licorice root is found in more formulas than other single herbs. Licorice has soothing properties and it can soften the mucus membranes of the lungs, throat and stomach while cleansinginflamed mucus membrane. Also, this herb helps to reduce the irritation in the throat, and loosen the phlegm present in the respiratory tract in order to allow the body to expel the mucus. Addition to this, the compounds found in licorice root also have antiviral and antibacterial effects, so it canhelp to fight off bacterial and viral strains in the body, whichcan lead to lung infections. Moreover, glycyrrhizin and flavonoids found in licorice root can also help in preventing lung cancer cells from occurring.

    6. Peppermint
    Peppermint contains menthol, which is a soothing property known to promote free breathing and also relax the muscles of the respiratory tract. Besides, dried peppermint also contains menthol, menthone, methanofuran, menthyl acetate, and cineol while peppermint oil also has the small amounts of powerful compounds such as pulegone, limonene, caryophyllene and pinene. Menthol is a great decongestant and many people make use of therapeutic chest balms as well as other inhalants containing menthol in order to help break up congestion. Moreover, peppermint is a powerful antioxidant that can help fight harmful organisms.

    Do you want to know other natural herbs that kill virus and remove mucus from your lungs? If your answer is “yes”, you should continue to read this interesting article and then try to use one or more of these herbs for good.
    7. Cannabis
    According to a research [2], cannabis is known as one of the best herbs that have anti-cancer properties in the world. Some studies found the anti-invasive cannabinoid powers and their ability to boost the receptor activators in some certain genes. Vaporizing cannabis can help the active properties to improve the body’s response and then reduce the risk of getting infections. Moreover, cannabis is effective in preventing and curing asthma because it can open up both sinuses and air paths.

    Actually, this is another one of the best herbs that kill viruses and remove mucus from your lungs that you should not look down, yet try to make use for good.
    8. Osha Root
    Another one on the list of natural herbs that kill viruses you should try out, especially if you want to improve your lung health. Osha roots contains Camphor as well as other elements, so it was used to support the respiratory system. Besides, this plant can also help you get deep breaths more easily by enhancing lung circulation. Plus, it is also effective in the cases of irritations occurring in the respiratory system.

    9. Sage
    The herb sage offers a large number of uses aside from the uses in cooking. Some studies found that it has antibacterial properties, making it a cure for many symptoms related to the common cold, such as pain, inflammation, and viral and bacterial infections. Moreover, sage contains some antioxidant properties, so it can be used to fight against oxidative stress and damage caused due to free radicals. Addition to this, it is also believed to have some positive effects on some more serious diseases, including depression, diabetes, and obesity.

    10. Mullein
    herbs that kill viruses

    Mullein is another herbal remedy that you should not look down. Although it is not popular than other natural remedies like sage and peppermint, it actually offers many benefits for men’s health. The flowers and the leaves of the mullein plant can be used to create an herbal extract that can help to improve the health of the lungs. This herb can be used to reduce inflammation, cleanse the bronchial tubes, and remove excess mucus from your lungs. To make a mullein tea, you just need to mix 1 tsp. of the dried mullein to a cup of hot water. Also, you can use this herb in a tincture form.
    11. Lobelia
    When you are looking for natural herbs that kill viruses and remove mucus from your lungs, lobelia is what you should not look down. According to a research about herbs to support lung health [3], lobelia can be used to help race- horses take deep breaths and it is also the main home remedy for asthma. Actually, it can help you loosen mucus and then break up congestion. Moreover, it has positive effects on the resistant tumor cells treatments. Addition to this, this herb can help to soothe the air paths and allow you to breathe more easily. Moreover, lobelia also contains muscle-relaxing properties, making it a great remedy for cold and cough.

    12. Plantain Leaf
    Other best herbs that kill viruses and remove mucus from the lungs must include plantain leaf. Actually, the plantain leaves contain active compounds such as antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties. So, this is the reason for its ability to reduce mucus-irritated membranes as well as ease coughs. Moreover, plantain leaves can be used to stimulate the production of mucus in the lungs, thus relieving the symptoms in case of dry coughs. To be safe, you should consult an herbalist for recommended doses and frequency.

    13. Thyme
    Apart from being used as a seasoning in cooking, thyme can be used for many medicinal uses. Actually, some studies suggest that this herb is useful in treating coughs and even bronchitis thanks to its anti-fungal, antiseptic and antibiotic properties. It destroys bacteria, viruses, and infections and prevents bacterial infections as well. Also, it actually helps to reduce the symptoms, especially when it is mixed with other herbs or oils. Although the potential of thyme has not been known entirely, some studies show that it contains powerful antimicrobial properties, especially when using the steam-distilled oil form.

    14. Gingko Biloba
    This is also one of the best herbs that kill viruses on the planet. Actually, this herb is used to treat various health problems, including problems related to the lungs. One study found that dogs suffering from hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass that consumed gingko biloba extract reported systematic inflammatory responses in the lung tissues.

    15. Rosemary
    Like Echinacea, this natural herb contains anti-microbial compounds that have antiseptic, anti-fungal and antibacterial properties. Rosemary has been used for the relief of the signs and symptoms from colds, sore throats, flu, coughs, chest infections, as well as bronchitis. Besides, rosemary has a substance called carnosol, which was known as an anti-lung cancer agent. In studies carried out on animals, rosemary caused no side effects, even when they took in high doses. Actually, this is known as one of the best herbs that kill virus and remove mucus from the lungs that you should try out!

    16. Irish Moss
    Irish moss can be used to treat many respiratory illnesses. Actually, this herb is so helpful and it is also found in many prescription drugs for treating pneumonia, bronchitis and other lung problems. Besides, Irish moss is rich in iodine, calcium, and magnesium. This herb also has anti-viral and anti-inflammatory compounds. Chinese herbalists are using this herb to reduce dry coughs, and simultaneously dissolve catharrs – which are needed for the congestion causing coughs.

    17. Elecampane
    herbs that kill viruses

    Elecampane can be used as a natural remedy to remove excess mucus from the lungs. This herb contains powerful antibacterial properties that can help to reduce the risk of getting infections. Especially, this herb is beneficial for those with bronchitis. To use this herb to clear the mucus from the lungs, you just need to mix 1tsp. of elecampane in a cup of hot water, and then drink this tea 3 times a day within about 2-3 weeks. Also, elecampane can be found in tincture form for ease.

    CULCULCAN The Final Synthesis - isbn 978-0-9939480-0-8 Staff Member

    There are other natural herbs that kill viruses and remove mucus from your lungs in this article.
    So, you should keep reading this interesting article and then consider using one
    or more of these herbs in order to improve your lung health.

    18. Hyssop
    Hyssop is well-known for its effects on the respiratory system.

    Actually, this herb has expectorant properties that can help to treat congestion
    caused due to viral infections as well as other respiratory problems.

    Also, hyssop contains anti-inflammatory, diaphoretic and antioxidant compounds
    that can help to reduce fevers and detox the body.

    Hyssop is often used as a syrup and it helps to relieve cough, stomach aches, asthma and pleurisy
    . Besides, hyssop contains powerful antiviral compounds that help to relax the peripheral blood vessels.

    19. Slippery Elm
    Slippery elm has been used to treat sore throats and other respiratory problems for years.

    According to a research about slippery elm [4], this herb contains diuretic, emollient,
    laxative, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and expectorant compounds,
    which are very good for the lung health. Slippery elm can treat bronchitis,
    stop coughs and bleeding in the lungs. Also, it can soothe your respiratory system
    and provide you with a needed relief.

    Slippery elm also helps to soften the mucus membranes, making it a great remedy for those with asthma.

    20. Echinacea
    This flowering herb can help improve the immune system, boost white blood cell production
    and battle with pathogenic microorganisms thanks to its anti-microbial properties.

    Also, studies have found that this herb can reverse infection caused due to the rhinovirus
    and improve the mucus secretions. Some studies have also found that Echinacea
    can help to reduce the production of mucus during cold or flu infection.

    21. Lungwort
    This is the last one among best herbs that kill viruses and remove mucus from the lungs

    that I want to mention in this article and want all of my readers to make use for good.

    Pulmonaria [5] or lungwort contains powerful elements that can help to battle with pain-inflictive organism

    that can affect negatively the respiratory health. Addition to this, lungwort can be used

    to improve lung health
    and also reduce the congestion.

    I will list essential oils at a latter date!



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