Chest Tonic 200 ml
Our Chest Tonic contains powerful, traditional medicinal plants, thyme and kawakawa as well as other herbs targeted for Chest health.
- Thyme- a powerful anti-viral has a long historic use in the prevention and treatment of upper respiratory tract infections, including sore throats, whooping cough and bronchitis.
-Kawakawa, a New Zealand native plant is one of the most important of healing plants used by Māori. It has many virtues as a general health tonic and digestive aid. Traditional uses include for coughs, colds and bronchitis.
Alongside thyme and kawakawa we blend other beneficial wild medicinal plants into the Chest Tonic.
-New Zealand akeake (Dodonea viscose) which possesses anti-microbial and antibacterial properties.
- California poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) which has mild and child-friendly analgesic actions and it reduces anxiety and relieves nervous tension
-Horehound (Marribum vulgare), a traditional European herbal remedy used historically to treat bronchitis and whooping cough.
Wild Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)
Kawakawa (Piper excelsum)
Wild harvested Central Otago thyme, Golden Bay kawakawa, Otago akeake, Horehound, Californian poppy,
New Zealand spring water, natural cane sugar and citric acid.
Contains no added: wheat, soy, gluten, yeast, dairy, and
no artificial flavours, colours, preservatives or sweeteners.
Adults 10 ml- max dose, 10ml 5 x daily
Children (2-12 years) 5 ml- max dose, 5ml 5 x daily
When unwell: Up to 5 x daily
Support vitality: 1 x daily. Taken neat or in hot/cold water (dilute to taste up to 1:10)
This product is handmade and natural - please shake well before use.
Advice: Always read the label and use only as directed. Seek medical advice if symptoms persist. If symptoms persists, please see your health professional.
Dietary supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
Thyme in flower, Central Otago. Image courtesy of Kay Cooke.
Wild thyme thrives in the mountains of Central Otago, New Zealand. We hand pick the herb when the flowers have opened to the heat of the sun, and the bees are at their busiest. This makes sure that the flowers are at their most potent.
We take similar care when harvesting all our herbs to ensure their potency.