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Natural Remedies For Cough

With the cold and wet weather the cough appears as the symptom of a cold and it will be installed if not taken the necessary measures for prevention. This disease is annoying, annoying and even painful, but otherwise help remove secretions from the airways so, it is recommended not to immediately use antitussive products in pharmacies, but first natural remedies for cough.

Coughing is a symptom that should not be treated lightly, but carefully. Let learn from our ancestors and those who have lived and gained health from these natural remedies.

It is said that prolonged cough presents no risk, but it is not so easy to say!

Here are some natural remedies for cough that will help you:

  •     Ivy is helpful for congestion and coughing.
  •     Elderberry is good for upper respiratory infections and headaches.
  •     Eucalyptus oil helps relieve congestion. Put six drops in two cups of boiling water, remove the water from the  stove and inhale the steam.
  •     Tea tree oil helps soothe a sore throat. Gargle three to six drops in warm water.
  •     Honey has good properties and is a very good natural remedies for cough.


Pine shoots: one teaspoon of fresh or dried pine nuts in a cup of boiling water, which is consumed 2-3 cups per day, sweetened with honey.

Yarrow infusion: two teaspoons of flowers per cup of boiling water, which is consumed 2-3 cups per day.

Infusion of lime: 1-2 tablespoons lime flowers, a cup of hot water that is consumed half a cup of this tea three times a day, between meals.

If the cough is dry is good to drink  plenty of fluids.


Very effective are those with flaxseed and flour, mixed 1 / 3 to 2 / 3 water, boil until it forms a paste consistency.
Place in a cloth bag that is applied to the chest.

Also the massages are recommended – castor oil: two tablespoons of turpentine and oil, one tablespoon heated to a low fire, then rubbed well markets, then covered with a thick blanket or quilt.


You can make inhalations with chamomile, lavender, savory, thyme, mint, rosemary, pine leaves and young branches.
Mix equal parts and put two tablespoons of this mixture to 1 liter of boiling water.
Keep the head covered with a towel over the dish for 20 minutes and to protect facial skin cream is applied before fat.

Inhalations with essential oils are also used with good efficiency as follows: in a bowl with 2-3 gallons of hot water add 10 drops of lavender oil, eucalyptus, peppermint or fennel, then do inhalations 2-3 times per day. Warning, do not use oil if you are allergic on that!

  • A natural remedies for cough with good results is honey with boiled milk. Dissolve 50 g of honey in a cup with boiled milk and  one fresh egg yolk, then drink small sips.

Diet therapy:

In general, vegetable juices act quickly and efficiently in case of cough. Before lunch you should drink mixture of lettuce juice 50 ml and 50 ml garlic juice. You can use the following natural remedies for cough:

200 ml carrot juice, cabbage juice 50 ml, 50 ml kale juice and celery juice 50 ml. You can have a very good results using another natural remedies for cough for example: macerate figs 8-10 and 5-6 dates in a liter of water or sweet milk for 8 hours.Then gently heats the liquid and drink with fruit.

Cough can be the sign of an allergy, and in such cases the cough is triggered as soon as it comes into contact with the allergen such as: pollen, dust mites, animal hair, pollen from flowers, some perfumes and deodorants, chemicals, detergents, and downy feathers from birds etc.

This cough is not accompanied by expectoration occurs change other unpleasant symptoms such as runny nose eg, breathing becomes difficult and noisy, etc..

Whooping cough is treated by taking a diet:

- green barley juice, made from milk and onions (10 small onions chopped, a clove garlic, peeled, once grated, 1 l of milk) – simmer 5 minutes, strain, sweeten it with honey. Administer 1 tablespoon to 2 hours during the day. It is efficient for bronchitis.

-make tea from the following plants are a very good natural remedies for cough: 20 g nettle, thyme 20 gr, 20 gr ginger, drink 3 cups a day

Coughing is a symptom that should not be treated lightly, but carefully.
Remember to treat your body well, get lots of rest and eat healthy.

I leave you with the famous words of Frank Lloyd Wright: “Stay close to nature; it will never fail you.”