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Organic Greek Horehound Tablets $9.99 by CWEB Reviews

Horus, the god of the sun and sky, was honored by the ancient Egyptians. The herb, which is endemic to Britain, was known to the Anglo-Saxons and was listed by Aelfric. Its scientific name is derived from the Hebrew for ‘bitter juice,’ and it is said to be one of the bitter Passover plants. The name ‘downy plant’ is assumed to have originated in Old English. Its leaves were used to clean milk pails and to kill flies when soaked in fresh milk.

Horehound has traditionally been used to treat a variety of diseases, including coughs, catarrh, asthma, and respiratory problems. The ancient Egyptians, as well as the Greeks and Romans, placed high importance on the plant. Its seeds and leaves, when mashed together, are effective against serpent bites, chest and side pains, and chronic cough.

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Ajuga Turkestanica has been used there to enhance muscular strength and physical endurance under harsh, exhausting conditions.

It is anabolic agent designed to increase muscle mass and decrease bodyfat. It can improve muscle for bodybuilders and athletes.

Herbal Horehound Tablets are beneficial for illnesses of the male genitals when mashed with honey. The herb was also used to treat heart, liver, and digestive issues, as well as malaria and dog bites because it acts as a disinfectant and rejuvenator. Take one Horehound capsule with each meal three times a day. Cough medicine was sold as Herbal Horehound Tablets.

Buy Horehound Tablets Online as it has been used to treat asthma, menstruation problems, poor circulation, high blood pressure, coughs, and other ailments.

Horehound Tablets are also used in the kitchen to manufacture cocktails, beers, and wine.

Serving Size:4 tablets

Serving per container:15

Other ingredients:  Microcrystalline Cellulose, Maltodextin, Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate

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