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“Lungwort, pleurisy root, cubeb berries, and goldenseal are other healing herbs for the lungs.”
“Lungwort, whose leaves bear a fancied resemblance to the surface of the lungs, was considered good for pulmonary complaints, and liverwort, having a leaf like the liver, cured liver diseases.”
“Lungwort (or Jerusalem Cowslip), because of its spotted leaves, was held to be a remedy for diseased lungs.”
“It belongs to the Borage tribe (see page 60), and, in common with the Lungwort (_Pulmonaria_), the Comfrey, and the ordinary Bugloss, abounds in a soft mucilaginous saline juice.”
“Pulmonaria or Lungwort, which I gathered in the Highlands, a sweet pea, with red blossoms and wreaths of lovely pale green foliage; a white orchis, the smell of which was quite delicious.”
“Lungwort, maiden-hair, hyssop, elecampane and hoarhound steeped together, is an almost certain cure for a cough.”
“When you find Lungwort, take a deep breath - odds are you'll be breathing in good, clean air. dutchbaby said: 2009.11.23 12: 33”
“Lungwort gets its common name from the fact that early European physicians used it to treat pneumonia and other lung diseases.”
“In some ways, Lungwort can be associated with our lungs.”
“Unfortunately, there is no scientific basis for using Lungwort to cure these diseases.”
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