The flu and colds are known to require treatment with rest. If left unmanaged, they can be left astray and lose the right path.
Persistent cough is a characteristic symptom of bacterial or viral airway infections followed by a thick sticky secretion in the throat, sinuses, and lungs, which, stuck to the walls of our bronchi, is very difficult to dilute and expel.
In addition to the text, we offer you several solutions on how to save your lungs and expel mucus in a natural way. Find out which are the best teas, syrups and other natural remedies for expectoration in children and adults, which are very easy to prepare at home.
Pour a tablespoon of dried marshmallow root with 200 ml of cold water and leave it covered for 6-8 hours. Strain and drink in small sips. Always have a timely dose so you can drink two cups of tea a day.
The tea prepared in this way for expectoration of the secretion is not sweetened and is drunk 2 times a day.
Marshmallow syrup, flaxseed and sage
Mix one tablespoon of marshmallow root, flaxseed and sage. Put 250 ml of water and 100 g of whole sugar on the fire, so when it melts, add the mixture of herbs and a lemon, well washed and cut into pieces. Boil the syrup for 15 minutes at a moderate temperature, then remove from the heat, then strain it after about 15 minutes.
Usage: One teaspoon 4 times a day until improvement. The syrup is stored in the refrigerator.
Black beet syrup, red onion and garlic
Put 250 ml of lemon juice, 250 ml of honey, one head of red onion cut into pieces, six cloves of garlic and one larger black beet in a blender, peeled and cut into pieces.
Blend the same ingredients until you get a homogeneous mixture. Then store in a glass jar and refrigerate for a week. It can then be used.
Use: one tablespoon three times a day, half an hour before a meal.