by Alex Bellink
Cough, in addition to fever and sore throat sign of a cold. Usually caused by rhinovirus, and cough resolved after a few days. Coughing is a protective response of the body, so it is not wise to suppress the cough medicine, even if it is productive.
Cough can be irritant (usually at the beginning of the disease or sensitivity to air dry) or dry (nonproductive), which is usually very painful and no sputum. But can also be productive, which means that mucus expectoration Eliminated. Depending on the type of cough to choose the means that will help ease coughs and soothe sore throats.
Cough occurs in order to trigger a deep breath first, followed by gusty puff, but it suspended prison vocal cords, so the pressure rises in the respiratory system. Sufficiently high air pressure then opens the vocal cords and trachea with air flights in almost sound speed. The cough is therefore an explosive exhalation, which is excreted from the respiratory unwanted content, excessive mucus and foreign matter.
The most common cause of cough is the cold and flu. These viruses inflame and irritate the upper respiratory tract and most often produce mucus. If your cough is productive, not try to stop as the body is getting rid of mucus in this way. If the cough is dry, you want to soothe the throat and tickling.
Hot pepper – Make a mixture of two tablespoons of lemon with a honey and add a dash of hot pepper. This will help to expel phlegm.
Radish syrup – Blend 10 radishes in a cup of lemon juice and 1 / 2 cup water. Strain and add honey 8 oz. Take three tablespoons every four hours.
Vibration – Lie face down and ask someone to give pats on the back from lower back to neck.
For dry cough – 6 dates and 1 / 2 liter of milk. Open dates and bring to a boil in milk for 25 minutes over low heat. Take three cups daily.
Syrup – In a pot of water put some crushed aniseed, chamomile, lime, sweet cloves and boil for 3 minutes. Let stand for 5 minutes and strain. Add a mixture of honey and lemon juice. Pour the syrup into a glass container, cover and place it in the fridge. Take two tablespoons, three times a day.
Cough in Children – 1 teaspoon of oregano and a cup of water. Boil water, remove from heat and add oregano. Let the solution and drain. Sweeten with a teaspoon of honey with thyme or eucalyptus.
Flaxseed syrup – For a dry cough bring 2 or 3 tablespoons of ground flaxseed in a cup of water until the water becomes slimy. Strain and add equal parts lemon juice and honey. Take a spoonful of syrup as needed.