In 1897, the Englishman C.H. Stevens offended by tuberculosis, he went to South Africa to heal and look for a climate with less humidity than that of England. There followed a treatment plant based for three months and found that rediscovers the lost of appetite, the symptoms associated with the disease decreased, that had healed. This natural medicine was based at pelargonium.
The Pelargonium prevents bacteria and viruses to attach to cells of the mucosa of the lungs and grow. In addition, this plant stimulates the immune system and facilitate the mobilization of the body against pathogens. Numerous studies have reported the antimicrobial, expectorant and immunostimulatory properties.In 2003 , a study conducted in 468 patients with bronchitis , showed both a reduction of symptoms , and a significant reduction in the duration of the disease . Dosage: 1 capsule morning, noon and night with meals