Check with your healthcare provider, be aware of potential allergies, and of course never give honey to children under one year of age under any circumstances: but for older kids, teens, and adults, this makes a great natural decongestant!
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If you are suffering from an illness such as a cold or sinusitis and not just allergies, chances are your chest is congested with extra mucous as well. Here’s an all-natural decongestant and expectorant to save the day (and night) of nasal discomfort.
my bro-in-law Patrick swears by this remedy. we just started trying it and now i will swear by it as well! onion + honey= natural expectorant (helps all the gunk come up out of one's chest)+ cough syrup slice one.
There are three medications commonly prescribed to treat cough – antitussives, expectorants and mucolytics. Antitussives work by reducing the urge to cough which is beneficial for non-productive coughs. Expectorants, on the other hand, irritate and stimu
Crush 10 cloves garlic and slice one large onion into rings. Place onions and garlic into a deep bowl, cover with organic honey and let stand for 10 to 12 hours. Strain and take 1 tbsp. of this mixture four or five times a day.
home made cough drops that don't have high fructose corn syrup in them.this family uses horehound as an expectorant in the drops, but you can use whatever herbs you grow/pick up from the bulk section or herbal tea that you might already have in the cupb
Home remedies for a persistent cough. Both black pepper and ginger are natural expectorants. Thyme has anti-microbial properties and relaxes the muscles of the trachea and bronchi. Honey is a soothing antibacterial.
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