A plant native to tropical Americas heals the – broken heart -> weak lungs -> inflamed or stressed liver -> sexual energy blocked – energy pattern. It’s specially use for recovery from Radiation Flu or Pneumonitis, to support oxygenation, and toxin recognition cells is important information for everyone right now.
Ed, Lantana is a plant classified as an invasive weed. When you see that word “invasive” you know immediately it’s fertile, and the word “weed” means it’s hardy and will grow without special care.
Here is the pretty white version of Lantana I saw yesterday that inspired this post:
It’s my personal belief that weeds arrive just when we need them. They are amazing healers, defamed because of being so.
For example, all my childhood I was told that Parthenium weed or “Congress grass” would cause me terrible itching. I found out later though that it is a powerful healer; harvested so many plants with not an itch, and it is the critical ingredient in my treatment for skin cancers because of how it oxygenates the cells it is exposed to. I wrote about it in my recent article: Herbs for Oxygenation .
Similarly, Lantana’s considered an “invasive weed,” but I have found it to be an amazing medicine in so many ways.
This is how the most commonly seen Lantana – or Lantana Camara looks:
Apparently it’s so invasive, there’s an article on the internet, “Global Invasion of Lantana Camara“. The article says, “biological control agents seem insufficient for reducing the reproductive abundance of L. camara to manageable levels“. 😉 that’s my baby!
Some years ago someone told me their dog ate lantana berries all the time. I was surprised because I’d heard those were poisonous and there are internet websites that insist that those are poisonous. In reality however – and I’ve seen this since – dogs eat lantana often and have no noticeable poisonous effect. Neither do the birds.
I haven’t eaten the berries myself as my instinct never led me to. However I have made tea from the leaves on an everyday basis when I had the flu, yes, the FLU, and it cleaned out my lungs like I’d given them a blow dry.
I also use the aromatic leaves for seasoning curries and sauces and what not. I have dried leaves in a box and I take a small handful of them and drop them in warm oil before the onions or tomatoes or whatever else goes in.
And now these are my favorite top four things Lantana does:
1) Powerful Lung Oxygenation
Ed, I experienced this first hand. In January this year both Gabriel and I had the flu. We tend to every year or the other. One day as I was waking up I got the fragrant smell of lantana drying in the front room and I knew I had to have that for my lungs.
The tea brought immediate de-clogging of my respiratory track, relief from the cold headache and body ache.
I had it again and again and gave Gabriel some as well each time.
Because it isn’t a herb that’s in demand, its genome hasn’t been mucked about with, and nearly every plant you’ll find of Lantana is either wild or semi-wild.
It’s natural vitality though is more or less intact.
What a wonderful friend it was during the flu. The flu took its course but it was reduced to something like any other cold because of Lantana’s powerful lung and tissue oxygenation. I also managed to continue with my work and chores without a problem.
2) Toxin Recognition – Lung- Liver Detox Support, Brings down Liver Swelling
The Lung-Liver connection isn’t one spoken of much. But there is a strong connection between the two.
They are both constantly filtering something. The lungs filter air, taking in oxygen and releasing carbon dioxide. The liver filters heavy substances from our food, taking out the poisons.
When a post mortem is done of a dead body, the liver is checked for signs of poisoning.
This function – the one of filtering out poisons, of both the lungs and the liver – depends on cell intelligence.
How do they know what’s a poison and what’s not? How do the lungs know what’s oxygen and what’s not? How do liver cells know what’s a poison and what’s not?
When that ability to recognize what’s a poison and what’s not is compromised, the body fills up with bad air and poisons that should’ve been excreted.
Lantana supports that intelligence – to recognize what’s a toxin and what’s not.
It joins the elite forces of Payapa Leaf – a well-known oxygenator that is a powerful anti-tumor agent for that reason and is so powerful I put it in my Super-antioxidant mix, that’s a part of every treatment for cancer I make.
But Lantana works on a more refined level – actually supporting the repair of those tiny little cells that do the filtration in the lung cells and liver cells.
You have to experience it to feel the difference in the body (and life) caused by the repair and healing of the filtration and poison detection cells in the body.
3) Recovery from Radiation Exposure, Radiation Fever, Radiation Flu or Radiation Pneumonitis, Radiotherapy