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Figs are useful in various respiratory disorders including whooping cough & asthma. For maximum benefit, soak 3 dried figs in water overnight in a covered glass container. The figs will soften & break down. In the morning, drink the water & eat the soaked figs on an empty stomach. The nutrients will quickly enter the bloodstream to help support the respiratory system, increase immunity & prevent asthma attacks.

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From disease prevention to an abundance of vitamins minerals, the kiwi provides a wide array of benefits. Kiwis have phytonutrients, which repair DNA, act as the body’s protection against some cancers function as antioxidants. Oz. for Oz., Kiwis contains more vitamin C than oranges may confer a significant protective effect against respiratory symptoms associated with asthma such as wheezing, night coughs, shortness of breath, severe wheeze, chronic cough runny nose. #dherbs #healthtips

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Colds, the flu, and sinus infections have such similar symptoms that it can be tough to know what truly ails you. That said, a few subtle differences can tip you off. Diagnose yourself using this chart. | Health.com

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Rejuvenate your lungs with this lung rejuvenator juice! If you suffer from a stuffy nose, phlegm (mucus), persistent cough, sleep apnea, asthma, shortness of breath, cystic fibrosis, lung cancer, bronchitis or emphysema, your lungs could definitely use the wonderful benefits of this juice!

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Treating chronic cough and bronchitis has always been a challenge even for conventional medicine…well, up until now. This new natural remedy contains some of the oldest and most powerful ingredients that soothe the throat and lungs and cure coughing and bronchitis in no time! Thanks to the mighty properties of honey and bananas, which are included...

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Mucus Buster Cold & Flu Home Remedy Drink

Mucus Buster Cold & Flu Home Remedy Recipe from www.anyonita-nibbles.com An easy cold remedy using fresh orange, lemon, honey, red onion and garlic.

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Mullein is the Herb for Respiratory Disorders: Its healing properties are found in its roots, leaves and flowers. Mullein tea is simple to make. Just steep the leaves in hot water. For a sweeter taste, mullein flowers can be added. You can drink the tea, hot or cold. Any excess tea can be stored in the refrigerator for future use.

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