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Ginger Removes Mucus From The Lungs Overnight And Cures Oily Cough



Annoying daily, the cough comes from irritation of the bronchi and impairs the respiratory tract. This mild illness can become extremely t...

Annoying daily, the cough comes from irritation of the bronchi and impairs the respiratory tract. This mild illness can become extremely troublesome, disrupting daily activities and the quality of sleep of those who suffer from it. In addition, antitussives that treat this condition sometimes contain codeine, and other active ingredients that have significant side effects.

Cough is a common condition that occurs when the airways are clogged with certain pathogens. The latter then cause a natural reflex of the body to expel to relieve breathing. Unfortunately, this condition can be painful and stressful, especially when it leads to multiple nocturnal awakenings.

Ginger Removes Mucus From The Lungs Overnight And Cures Oily Cough

Oily cough or dry cough?

There are two main types of cough.

1- Dry cough is usually the most difficult. It causes irritation of the throat due to a reflex evacuation of nonproductive mucus. Thus, the person who suffers coughs to clear his bronchi, but without any expectoration and therefore without real relief. This cough is tiring on a daily basis but often turns into a fatty cough after taking a treatment.

2- The fat cough produces a secretion of mucus and mucus through the respiratory tract. Indeed, the person who has a fat cough will tend to have throat or lungs filled with thick secretions. These contain bacteria and viruses, depending on the cause of the disease. Sputum usually relieves the airways.

A natural remedy for treating coughs and facilitating mucus clearance
In Ayurvedic medicine, some treatments are known to treat cough and relieve the airways. This compress acts transdermally to facilitate the removal of mucus and soothe the symptoms of coughing.

Ingredients:
You will need:

- 1 tablespoon of fresh ginger or organic powder
- 1 tablespoon of pure organic honey
- 1 teaspoon of organic olive oil
- 1 teaspoon of organic flour
- A towel or cloth
- Adhesive tape
- Sterile gauze compresses

Preparation:
- Mix the honey, flour, ginger and olive oil until a homogeneous texture

- Apply the preparation on a towel or rag

- Wrap the towel or rag with a gauze compress

- Put the compress on your chest and back and secure with adhesive tape

NB: It is advisable to put this compress before going to bed, and to let it act all night.

The benefits of the ingredients:

Ginger
Cough causes blockage in the bronchi. Thanks to gingerol and shogaol, the active ingredients of ginger, this food has many benefits for the body. Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial, ginger allows the body to prevent a large number of metabolic diseases. According to one study, ginger helps relieve the airways in case of bronchitis, colds or asthma. Indeed, the active ingredients of this ingredient relieve symptoms that hinder breathing.

Honey
A natural sweetener, honey is packed with antioxidants. Since the dawn of time, honey has been used as a natural antibacterial agent to combat pathogens. Indeed, a study shows that honey fights against the proliferation of harmful bacteria in the body. In addition, this amenity relieves irritation and sore throat that can disrupt sleep. Indeed, a scientific experiment compared a honey-based treatment and a drug treatment to relieve cough in children. The results indicate that honey works more effectively to soothe nocturnal coughing.

Olive oil 
Rich in polyphenols, olive oil protects the cells of the body against damage caused by free radicals. Coughing can sometimes cause irritation and inflammation of the throat. However, scientific research shows that the ingestion of extra-virgin olive oil has therapeutic effects and naturally soothes inflammation.

Warnings:
Ginger is not recommended for people taking anticoagulants and pregnant women.

Honey is not recommended for children under one year of age at the risk of causing infant botulism.