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DIY Honey Wraps to Cure Cough and Eliminate Mucus from the Lungs

These honey wraps have been reported to relieve strong cough and remove mucus from the lungs in just one night! For kids and adults.


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!


Essential Oils for Allergy Season, Cold and Cough


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.


I take it for granted, and then days like today come where I wake up and feel like I have wads of cotton jam-packed together into every square millimeter of my sinus cavity.


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


Allergy and Cold season can be a little more comfortable with the DIY VapoRub Shower Bombs


Home Remedies For Cough

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Six Amazing Health Benefits of Magnesium - and Some Great Ways to Get More of It

Mucus build-up plagues people during a post-nasal drip, cold or flu, sinusitis, tonsillitis, strep throat, catarrh, laryngitis, chicken pox, measles, mononucleosis, whooping cough or croup. Allergies to certain food products can contribute to mucus build-up as well. When your system is weak from illness and allergies, these membranes can go into overdrive, causing that familiar stuffy feeling. In such circumstances, many medical practitioners recommend you avoid foods that cause mucus…