Breathing problems and respiratory conditions are notoriously hard to treat but a solution could lie in something as simple as an organic herbal cream, or droserin cream, to be specific. Made from natural ingredients, including thermal water from the Podhajska hot spring, its most important components are Rosa centifolia and the bio-information of Drosera rotundifoli — both have excellent effects on the lungs and skin.
The herbal cream is suitable for helping the energy channels when suffering from asthma, influenza, tonsillitis, cold, sinusitis, cough, heart pain, varicose ulcers, IBS, or constipation. It proves its worth also with recurrent chest infections, bronchitis, and pain in the cervical and middle spine. One of thee droserin components (approximately 50 per cent of volume ) is strongly energised water from the Podhajska hot springs. It is tertiary sea water that has beneficial effects on the lungs. Owing to the unique mineral composition its regenerative effect is longer lasting and more profound than the effect of the Dead Sea water. Thanks to this water Droserin contains a high volume of potassium, magnesium, calcium, sodium, sulphur, phosphorus, silicone, boron, lithium, zinc, manganese, and herbs that have a positive effect on the body. The application is speeded up by vitamin E and apple vinegar contained in the cream.
Droserin is highly recommended in Europe by medical doctors, therapists and some hospital consultants. The cream can also be used by children three years and older. Apply three times daily to the chest. In the case of IBS, rub on the abdomen three times daily.
For further information contact medical herbalist Patrick Murphy on 093 27033/085 8810692 or email him at [email protected].