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How To Make A Mustard Plaster....For centuries mustard plasters were the tried and true home remedy for the flu, coughs, colds, pneumonia and many other ailments. It was used regularly up until the not too distant past since this poultice was thought to sweat out all the “ills” the body held.
How to Use Mustard for Congestion & Coughs
A mustard plaster will bring nearly immediate relief and warmth to a respiratory system plagued by long lingering coughs, congestion, bronchitis or cold damp pneumonia. It works mainly by increasing circulation and introducing deep heat to congested lungs, thus stimulating the loosening and expectoration of mucus.
Homemade cough and cold syrup
I love Vicks. Use it for everything. Weird that putting it on your feet stops cough but it really works!
∆∆∇∇ Berry Rooty Syrup Recipe: Our good old friend elderberry syrup is a definite go-to when we feel our immune systems weaken, but with the addition of adaptogenic schisandra berries and eleuthero root, along with more immune support from echinacea, this formula packs a big punch to help your body through a cold.
I am trying this next time I get a cold or the flu!!! - 1/4 cup coconut oil -1/4 olive oil -10-11 garlic cloves peeled **Blend until milky mixture (can keep in refrigerator for a couple months) lather on the bottom of your feet and then cover with two pairs of socks, or put on any other area (chest for cough)- nose for sinus infection
Cottage Life on Pilgrim's Farm: A Drink For Coughs And Colds
Baby's first fabric book/ baby's quiet/soft book by nenimav