Protect your health during the cold and flu season
Huebner TANNENBLUT Herbal Preparation is the tried and tested aid for improving health, especially for the respiratory organs. The syrup helps to loosen mucous in the pharynx, throat and the bronchia, assists the natural self-cleansing process of the respiratory system and can therefore prevent irritation of the airways.
With the original natural power of herbs
Huebner TANNENBLUT Herbal Preparation is made of nourishing herbs and contains a mixture of active substances with the original natural power of selected plants and herbs. These include the sprouts of conifers and herbs such as sage and peppermint leaf, thyme, aniseed and fennel, primrose root and ribwort plantain. These pure plant substances are processed together with forest honey and candied sugar into a pleasantly flavored syrup which has valuable benefits.
A traditional remedy for the throat, chest and bronchi
For over 85 years, TANNENBLUT from the Black Forest has been used successfully as supporting expectorant for the built-up mucous in the airways. This tasty syrup, made from the essential oils extracted from the young sprouts of conifers and extracts of selected herbs, soothes irritation in the throat, pharynx and bronchia by helping to loosen the built-up mucous. Every single active plant substance is a top specialist in its own field.
Active substance: extract of a mixture of conifer sprouts, sage leaves, peppermint leaves, thyme, fennel, anise, primrose roots, ribwort plantain herb.
Indications: Traditionally used to support the loosening of mucus in the respiratory tract.
Adults and adolescents, 1 dosing measure (15 ml) of syrup 3 times a day. Can be taken undiluted or diluted.
Anton Hübner GmbH & Co. was founded in 1936 when Hübner purchased the license to produce the "Tannenblut" (literally fir tree blood) natural flu and cold medicine. This formula had been developed in the 1920's by a cleric, Parson Hurst, and his pharmacist friend, Dr Eduard Hiepe, and was made using pine tree honey, branch tips of green fir trees, and forest and meadow herbs native to the Black Forest area that were known >to have agreeable effects on the respiratory system.