Wrapped Ginger – Treats Bad Cough And Removes Mucus From The Lungs In Just One Night, Especially Good For Kids! | Recipes For Every Occasion
Although coughs and colds are harmless as they can be, there is something really irritating about coughing and sneezing all the time. Coughing makes it difficult for us to concentrate, plus it annoys every single person around you.
Conventional medicine has produced cough syrups to ease the discomfort associated with the common cold, but these too often have side effects that if prolonged can cause more harm than anticipated.
Some of the side effects of these cough syrup include; an increased heart rate, headaches and migraines as well as drowsiness.
The cough syrups available usually have two main ingredients — dextromethorphan and codeine.
Natural remedies for the treatment of coughs include raw natural honey which is known to very potent.
You can make a honey wrap used in treating coughs in the following way;
- Raw natural honey
- Olive oil
- Adhesive tape
- Combine flour and honey into a paste-like mixture, but try not to touch it. Drizzle in a tiny bit of coconut oil, add the fresh ginger juice to the honey paste and re-roll the honey mixture in flour.
- Transfer the resulting mixture onto a napkin, and wrap it using a gauze.
- Apply the wrap on your chest or back, and secure with a bandage. You can put on your pajamas and go to bed.
- If it is your child that receives the treatment, keep the wrap on its chest for 2-3 hours before bedtime.
Adults can keep the wrap on overnight. Keep in mind that such treatments cause excessive sweating. This cough-relieving treatment has no side-effects, but be careful when using it in children, because keeping the wrap on their gentle skin for too long may cause unpleasant effect.
Rachel Lim is the mother who used this for her child, and proves that this wraps are really effective.