When the sun is shining, the lesser celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) flowers are shining too at this season of the year.
Celandines are fairly widespread in Brede High Woods, often preferring old banks and waysides or some of the damper areas.
The plant was much used medicinally in the past, particularly as a cure for piles (hence another of its names: pilewort).
The herbalist Gerard said "the juice of the roots mixed with honie and drawn up into the nostrils purgeth the head of foul and filthy humours." I should think the power of the inhalation required to draw honey 'up into the nostrils' would be more than sufficient on its own to clear the breathing passages.