Hmong herbal medicine (mong), the primary herb of the Hmong people, is a traditional medicine for treating allergic reactions to a wide range of substances, including common household items, and is one of the main ingredients in herbal tea.
In a study published in the American Journal of Allergy and Asthma in 2011, researchers reported finding high levels of salmonella in the samples of herbal tea that were tested, suggesting that the substance could cause a range of allergic reactions.
Salmonella is the bacteria that can cause food poisoning, as well as more serious complications like pneumonia.
Some people with food allergies can develop a more severe reaction to mong tea than others.
But it is not always clear which people should try the herb.
For some people, the symptoms of anaphylaxis (a reaction to an irritant) may be similar to symptoms of a food allergy.
For others, they may not experience symptoms at all.
For many, mong herbal tea is a relatively safe way to relieve symptoms, and for some people who are sensitive to a specific food, it may be beneficial.
Some mong herbs can be very effective in treating asthma, as long as you take precautions when handling them.
Some types of mong herb, including mandrake, are also very effective at treating allergies to other substances.
According to the American Academy of Allergies and Asthmatics, herbal medicines should not be used to treat or treat allergies.
Some herbal remedies are safe for people who have mild or moderate allergies to a single substance, such as the common household stuff, but not for others.
These people can get an allergic reaction to other things in the house, such a mold, pollen, or pollen from the garden.
For those with asthma, the allergy can lead to symptoms such as wheezing and wheeziness, which are similar to wheezes and shortness of breath.
Maintaining proper hygiene is a good idea when using herbs to treat asthma, but you may have to change your home’s air quality, which can be complicated.
Some remedies, such in the case of mandrake and mandrake root, are very effective, but they may also increase the risk of developing other types of asthma.
You should also be aware that certain herbal products may cause cancer.
Some studies have found a link between the use of a certain kind of herbal medicine and lung cancer.
For people who smoke, the risk may be even higher, as people with lung cancer are more likely to have taken certain types of tobacco.
The herb is usually considered safe for those who are at least 65 years old and not taking other medicines.
The American Academy’s list of the top 10 herbs that can help you control asthma includes mandrake (Hmong) root, mandrake herb, mandragora (Chinese) root (Sanskrit), and yarrow root.
It is also important to take the time to get the proper diagnosis before starting treatment.
The list includes other types and herbs as well, such cayenne, garlic, and black pepper.
If you want to learn more about asthma, you may want to check out this article on asthma, asthma treatment, and the treatment of asthma in general.