Thyme contains an essential oil that is rich with powerful antiseptic, antibacterial, & strong antioxidant properties. It is used in mouthwashes to treat inflammation of the mouth & throat infections. Thyme possesses expectorant & antispasmodic properties, making it useful in the treatment of bronchitis, whooping cough & inflammation of the upper respiratory tract. #dherbs #healthtips by rachel.frederick.98
Red raspberry leaves contains tannins, a natural astringent that can help cleanse the outside & inside of the body. Using as a tea 2-3 cups a day can help with gum diseases, oral cavities, colds, the flu & respiratory infections. Due to the high amount of vitamin C & other potent nutrients in the leaves, it is also useful for treating bacterial & viral infections, dehydration & fevers. As a gargle, it helps soothe the mouth & throat naturally due to its antiseptic properties. #dherbs…
In Europe, evergreens have been used as medicine since the Middle Ages. They act as a stimulating antiseptic for respiratory infections and congestion, and are useful for bronchitis, and at onset of colds and flus to stop infection. Pine is also used for coughs and asthma. - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy
Prev post1 of 3Next Coughing is one of the most common health problems. When there is a blockage or irritant in your throat or upper air passages, your brain thinks a foreign element is present and tells your body to cough to remove that element. Coughing can also be due to a viral infection, common
How To Get Rid of Strep Throat Fast And Without Antibiotics
A painful and inflamed throat is a good indication that you may have a strep infection. Strep throat is very common and can happen to anyone, especially in children thirteen years and younger. Fortunately, there are many effective natural ways to stave off and treat the infection. Here are the best ones you can use. These natural remedies help soothe the pain, counter the inflammation, and attack the bacteria.
This article is related to my groups topic because our topic has to deal with patient life; mental, physical, and terminal illness. This is related to what we talked about in class because within this last chapter, we talked about the parts of the ear used for hearing. I chose this article about ear infection because it hits both physical illness and the effects of the ear.