Sore Throat Home Remedies
Have you ever visited the doctor for the curing
sore throat? But there is no need for that because
most sore throats go away within a week even there
is no treatment. You can easily treat the sore throat yourself.
Yes… Home remedies for sore throat are available
to give you helping hand…
Generally, sore throat
is not a disease; it is a symptom of certain illness like flu
or common cold. Sore throat is commonly accompanied
with sneezing, watery eyes and body aches.
A balanced diet is the first
to have an adequate supply of vitamins required. Stop smoking if
you do which will really have a good effect. Replace your brush
if you are ill and start fresh.
Boil one teaspoon of coarsely
powdered cinnamon in a glass of water and consumer with a pinch
of pepper and honey. Cinnamon oil can also be mixed
with honey to have a good relief from sore throat.
Effective and suggested gargles
Salt water- Follow
our mom's advice of warm salt water as an effective gargle.
White vinegar can be mixed in water, add little
bit salt and crushed vitamin C and use a gargle.
Mango bark- Mix
10 ml of the extract from the bark with 125ml of water and use as
a gargle or can be locally applied to have a good relief.
two tablespoons of fenugreek seeds in a litre of water and allow
to simmer for half an hour. The water is strained, cool to bearable
warmth and when used as a gargle had been found to be a very effective
basil leaves should be boiled in water can be used as a gargle or
can also be drunk to have a relief.
the plant thoroughly and boil in about two litres to prepare an
extract. This extract is an effective gargle.
A powder of dry leaves and the infusion of the bark are used in
preparing an inexpensive gargle which is very helpful in getting
leaves fresh or dry can be boiled with water to make a decoction.
This decoction is very beneficial when used as a gargle with a pinch
suggested home remedies for sore throat is
available elsewhere in this site, you need to consult your physician
for the cure of the sore throat if it exists more than a week.
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information in not given as medical advice nor is it intended to
propose or offers to propose a cure for any disease or condition.
Before starting any medical treatment, please consult your physician.