Remedies - Cough and Throat


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Remedies - Cough and Throat

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herbs for colds and flu - antiseptic throat sprays, vapor rubs, herbal steams, gargles etc.

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Herbal Cold and Cough Syrup

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Wild Cherry Cough Drops

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Medicinal Tree Barks

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Wild Cherry Cough Syrup #herbal #remedies #homestead

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Safe and easy does it with honey lemon and cayenne

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Grandma's Safe Home Remedy for Chest Congestion & Nagging Cough

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Homemade cough medicine

Homemade Cough Medicine

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Lungwort - made into a tea for gargling, the leaves are an expectorant, to relieve congestion and ease a sore throat (often mixed with coltsfoot and cowslip flowers).

Medical use of Lungwort ~ Lovely Greens

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MULLEIN (Verbascum thapsis) uses and applications

Three Herbs: Nettles, Horsetail and Mullein

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Mullein Breathe Easy salve. Ingredients: wildcrafted mullein extract, organic oils of olive and sweet almond with essential oils of: rosemary, eucalyptus, scotch pine, cedarwood and lavender.

Breathe Easy Salve 2 oz on Poppyswap.com

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Mullein is an expectorant, and a tonic for the lungs, mucus membranes, and glands. An infusion is good for colds, emphysema, asthma, hay fever, and whooping cough. Strain the infusion through a cloth, or the hairs may get stuck in your throat and make you cough even more.

Handmaiden's Kitchen: Mullein for Coughs

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Turmeric milk has been around a long time, known as the ancient Ayurvedic medicine, but now many are using it as a natural cough medicine, in addition to cough it can also be used for sore throats and colds.

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Gargle with warm salt water - A saline solution can draw excess fluid from inflamed tissues in the throat, making them hurt less, said Dr. Philip T. Hagen ... (He also) pointed out that gargling also loosens thick mucus, which can remove irritants like allergens, bacteria and fungi from the throat.

Gargling with Salt Water Actually Helps a Cold or Cough

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use a mixture of ginger powder and clove powder in equal parts (ginger for anti-inflammatory properties and clove for pain relief), then take 1 tsp of the mixed powders and stir into 2 Tbsp of olive oil. Use 1/2 tsp of this herbal oil, swallowing slowly to allow it to coat throat. Or gargle with ginger tea, or the ginger/clove mixture in water as a gargle. Could also make small balls with honey and ginger to suck on.

A Year of Herbs: Ginger - Keeper of the Home

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Chrysanthemum tea - in traditional Chinese medicine, chrysanthemum tea is known to improve eyesight, improve vitality, recover from influenza and prevent sore throats.

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Homemade Herbal Cough Syrup with Wild Choke Cherry Bark

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10 homemade cough remedies

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Best cough remedy! ...willing to try ANYTHING

Cough Remedy - Gwens Nest

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Turmeric milk has been around a long time, known as the ancient Ayurvedic medicine, but now many are using it as a natural cough medicine, in addition to cough it can also be used for sore throats and colds.

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Making lozenges, a soothing sore throat home remedy

Making slippery elm lozenges, a soothing sore throat home remedy

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Mullein for colds, cough, respiratory illness, and skin rashes.

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Homemade Cough Drops and Cough Drop Lollipops

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Honey cough drops

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