Gentle Warriors – Chest Relief

GW - Chest Relief

If your little one is experiencing bronchial irritation or congestion, then try Gentle Warriors Chest Relief.

Whether it’s due a lingering cold or flu, virus, allergies, or a bronchial infection, the chest can tighten as phlegm builds up in the lungs, causing a disruption to the energy (Qi) and overall balance of health. Bronchial issues can be further aggravated or triggered by drafts, change of position, fatigue, cold or hot foods and liquids, fluctuations in temperature or humidity, dryness or thirst. If symptoms are allowed to continue for a prolonged period of time, this can lead to dryness in the lungs and cause respiratory health to stagnate or weaken. Reinforcing the energy and moisture of the lungs supports a healthy respiratory system, providing adequate lubrication and robust immunity.

This prescription remedy balances the energy of the lungs, soothes the throat, relaxes the chest, gently dispels phlegm, supports expectoration, and replenishes moisture in order to restore bronchial and respiratory health. Chest Relief is often combined with other Gentle Warriors remedies as indicated by other symptoms. It’s important to communicate all your child’s symptoms with your practitioner so the most appropriate combination of formulas can be prescribed.

There are certain circumstances requiring caution in determining if your child needs to go to the doctor’s office, however. If your child is experiencing any of the following, you should call your pediatrician:

  • Dehydration
  • Shortness of breath or rapid breathing
  • Extreme weakness

If you’re looking for natural & effective medicine for your children, call or click here to book online.

Next week, we’ll explore Gentle Warriors’ Quiet Calm, a soothing formula that supports the nervous system.

 

* Article Source: Gentle Warriors Pediatric Formula Guide

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