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Osha (Ligusticum porteri) - Support respiratory health naturally

Osha (Ligusticum porteri) is an herbaceous perennial from the parsley family. Osha forms large root clumps and grows six to seven feet high. It is native to the Rocky Mountain range, which includes Northern New Mexico.

The herb is used to support a body’s ability to liquefy and move mucus out of the respiratory tract.

It has been reported that Osha is also known as “bear root” because Native Americans have observed bears eating Osha root when they were sick and needed energy.

If you want a natural way to support respiratory health, Osha may be for you. Osha should not be used if pregnant.


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