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Natural Cough Suppressant

Natural Cough Suppressant
Natural Cough Suppressant

Coughing is a natural reaction to clear away irritants in the throat which can help the body overcome illness and infection. However, when the coughing becomes persistent and unproductive it can be quite annoying.
Fortunately, there are natural cough suppressant products that treat this condition without having to use prescription or over-the-counter medications.
What follows are just a few of the several types of natural products used to suppress coughing so that it does not get out of control.

Hot Beverages

Coughing is usually caused by phlegm building up in the throat that needs to be ejected from the body. Drinking hot beverages will help wash away the phlegm naturally which helps suppress the urge to cough. There are several types of hot beverages that will work which include the following;
  • -       Decaffeinated Black Tea 
  • -       Herbal Tea
  • -       Clear Broths
  • -       Hot Water or Fruit Juice
Keep in mind that the water should not be too hot to drink. Better to err on the side of caution and keep the beverage warm to prevent scalding.

Ginger Natural Cough Suppressant

This natural herb has proven to be effective in suppressing dry or asthmatic coughing. This is thanks mostly to its anti-inflammatory properties that help to keep coughing down. Simply add a few slices to hot water. You can also combine it with tea, honey, or lemon juice for an additional effect.

Plus, it works well if you suffer from a cold or flu because it relieves the symptoms of nausea along with joint pain. For those who suffer from dry coughing, ginger may be the perfect answer.

Honey & Tea Natural Cough Suppressant

One of the most common and effective cough remedies, putting honey into tea offers substantial cough relief in more than one way. You simply mix two teaspoons of honey with herbal tea or warm water if no tea is available.

This is especially effective for young children who are over the age of one years old. The honey works to suppress the coughing and taken twice per day will help alleviate the symptoms while still allowing for productive coughs to occur.

Marshmallow Root Natural Cough Suppressant

This herb has been used to suppress coughing for centuries. Plus, it is quite effective in treating sore throats. Combining marshmallow root with ivy and thyme makes for an effective herbal cough syrup that over a two-week period can suppress the urge to cough.

You can also take in marshmallow root in the form of a dried herb or in bagged tea. You simply mix with hot water and drink it. This will help free up the phlegm in your throat which reduces irritation. A side effect is that you may suffer from some stomach irritation, but drinking more fluids without marshmallow root will help alleviate that condition.

Finding the right natural cough suppressant will take some experimentation. However, once you find the right product it can be a blessing when you have a persistent, unproductive cough. You may want to keep some honey around as well since it works with children.


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