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One of the best medicines to alleviate respiratory tract issues are syrups, especially the natural ones that can be made at home, right?
Here on our channel, we taught you some recipes, which you can see by clicking on the video suggested at the end of this one.
Syrups have expectorating properties that eliminate secretions in the airways and contain nutrients that the body needs to boost immunity.
So, in today’s video, you will learn how to make a cough syrup with lemon, ginger, and honey. It is full of properties that help treat coughs, colds, and the flu.
Lemon is an excellent homemade medicine for detox since it is rich in potassium, chlorophyll and makes the blood more alkaline, eliminating toxins from the body.
It reduces the symptoms of fatigue and improves energy to complete your daily chores. Isn’t it incredible?
Ginger boosts metabolism, favoring weight loss, and relaxes the gastrointestinal tract, preventing nausea and vomiting.
It is also antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, preventing different diseases.
Honey has antiseptic, antioxidant, anti-rheumatic, digestive, diuretic, soothing, and expectorating properties.
This ingredient is nutritious and therapeutic, bringing many health benefits.
As you can see, all the ingredients have properties to boost our defense system.
Although this cough syrup is natural, you must always talk to a qualified health professional. The symptoms prevented by this syrup may have different causes, like allergies or viral infections.
Children younger than one, diabetic people, and people allergic to any ingredients in the recipe must not ingest it.
Try the recipe and share your opinions with us.
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