OBLITERATE your lingering cough with this blacklisted wildflower ‘

Spring is almost here… and you’ve had your fill of this winter’s cold and flu season.

You managed to survive yet another upper respiratory infection, with one exception…

You’ve STILL got a cough that REFUSES to go away – even if the rest of your cold cleared up MONTHS ago.

As much as you try, you can’t cough up A THING.

And as long as that cough stays dry… you’ll keep hacking away.

It feels like you’ll NEVER get better…

But nature’s most potent cough syrup has got a four-pronged approach to KICKING the cough out of your chest and throat.

I GUARANTEE you’ve never heard of it – because the mainstream ERASED it from our country’s official medical texts nearly a century ago.

Get rid of your cough, in 4 ways

Grindelia robustaand Grindelia squarrosa are wildflowers in the aster family, closely related to sunflowers.

All the plants in the Grindelia genus were named after 19th century Latvian botanist, Dr. David Grindel.

In the cups of grindelia’s bright yellow flowers, you’ll find pools of a sticky, sweet-smelling resin

Hence its nickname, “gumweed.”

In pre-colonial times, Native American tribes surrounding the Rocky Mountain range harvested the flowering tops and ate the gum to relieve their congestion and coughs.

Grindelia was included in our country’s official medical doctrine, the United States Pharmacopoeia, for more than four decades — from 1882 to about 1926.

And then it just… disappeared.

Grindelia didn’t change.

It’s still available. And it still works just as well as it has for HUNDREDS of years.

It can help you finally recover from that nagging cough… or, worse yet, that nasty case of bronchitis that INSISTS on lingering for MONTHS.

And it does it via four key actions:

  1. Antispasmodic: It can suppress a persistent cough.
  2. Expectorant: It stimulates the secretion of mucus, making your dry cough more productive.
  3. Antimicrobial: It clears out the cough-causing pathogens once and for all, and it keeps you from getting hit with a secondary infection (like pneumonia).
  4. Anti-inflammatory: It reduces the inflammation that causes chest pain and a sore throat, even when the infection is gone.

So why has the mainstream SUPPRESSED this natural cure… when it could be keeping you from coughing up a lung?!

The easiest way to find grindelia is as an ingredient in a throat-soothing tea and herbal cough syrup formulas.

You can also take it as an alcohol-based tincture… or cut the straight resin with honey, syrup. or water.

Fresh buds (not dried) can be purchased directly from an expert forager of grindelia— NATO Scholar and doctorate botanist Professor Ryan Drum. An order form is available on his website, RyanDrum.com.

Buds flower from late spring to late summer, with the best buds available in July and August.

Grindelia buds can be used on their own – or, if you’re working a few months ahead of time, soaked in honey for extra soothing power.