Recipes to Support Your Lungs

Short and long-term exposure to wildfire smoke can lead to lung irritation and damage the sensitive mucosa and tissue of the lungs. Common side effects include coughing, bronchial spasms, fatigue and increased inflammation in the respiratory tract. Those with respiratory issues such as asthma and seasonal allergies, as well as children and the elderly, are extra susceptible. The following recipes can help support your lungs during this difficult time. 

Lung Tea Recipe

Also try our ready to use Breathe of Life Tea


2 Tbsp Mullein Leaf

2 Tbsp Marshmallow Root 

1 Tbsp Oat Straw 

1 Tbsp Nettle 

1 tsp Licorice Root



To prepare the tea add 1 Tbsp of the herb mixture to 1 Cup of water. Bring to a boil. Simmer for 20 minutes or longer. Strain well and enjoy. You can prepare larger quantities of tea to have on hand and store it in the fridge for 3-4 days.

Essential Oil Blend for the Lungs 


6 drops of Eucalyptus 

3 drops of Rosemary 

3 drops of Ginger 

2 drops of Lime 

2 drops of Peppermint 


Mix Essential Oils into 30ml of carrier oil. Apply to chest, shoulders and back as needed. 

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