Take One Spoonful Of This Homemade Remedy And Your Painful Stuffy Sinuses Will Clear

There are many health problems we may experience but one of the more frustrating issues is when we have a stuffy nose. It doesn’t matter how much you blow your nose, it just seems to get worse and it is a frustrating situation that many of us would like to avoid.

One of the issues with having stuffed up sinuses is the fact that there are some treatments on the market, but they only work temporarily. What is even worse is they often come with some rather serious side effects, such as drowsiness, headaches, dizziness and a host of other issues. It is much better to use a natural remedy, but some of them may have left you down in the past as well. That is about to change when you see these natural remedies for expectorants and decongestants. These recipes are great to have made up and to keep on hand during the cold and flu season. When you feel a cold coming on, take the spoonful of them and you will find that you feel much better as a result.


Here are the recipes:

Spicy Cider Decongestant and Expectorant

1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/2 teaspoon powdered ginger
3 tablespoons all natural organic honey
1/4 cup lemon juice
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar

In a pot, bring lemon juice and apple cider vinegar to a gentle simmer. Stir in honey, cayenne, and ginger. You can play with the amounts to fit your personal taste preferences. Pour the contents into a jar and store in a cool, dark, place. To use this home remedy, shake well and then drink 1- 2 tablespoons daily. You can also warm the solution before drinking.

Three-Ingredient Cough Syrup

3/4 cup raw unfiltered honey
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
2- 4 tablespoons lemon juice

Simply combine ingredients and refrigerate for up to six weeks. When needed, drink 1/2- 1 tablespoon to expel mucus and relieve cough.

Herbal Cough Syrup

3 cups filtered water
1/4 cup licorice root
1/4 cup wild cherry bark
1/4 cup mullein leaf
1 tablespoon or 1 stick cinnamon chips
1 tablespoon ginger root
1 cut raw unfiltered honey
1/4 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice.

Before you close the book on this exotic-sounding recipe, know that all of these ingredients are easily accessible at your neighborhood health foods story and even at some pharmacies. In a saucepan, combine water and herbs. Bring to a boil and reduce to a simmer for 20 minutes. Remove from heat and strain herbs, squeezing to release the liquid. Combine the herbal liquid with honey and lemon juice. Allow to cool and then store in the fridge for up toe six weeks. When using, drink 1/2- 1 tablespoon every half hour.

Radish Syrup

5- 6 radishes
1 cup honey
1 cup lemon juice
5- 6 garlic cloves
1 small red onion

Cut radishes and onions into small pieces. Blend until smooth. Add honey and lemon and blend once more. Pour into a jar and refrigerate for up to 1 week. To use, drink 1- 2 tablespoons twice daily to expel mucus within 24 hours. You can add more honey and lemon to mask the harsher tastes.

Essential Oil Vapor Rub

1/4 cup coconut oil
1/4 cup Shea butter
10 drops lemon essential oil
5 drops tea tree essential oil
20 drops peppermint essential oil
25 drops eucalyptus essential oil

To make a home remedy vapor rub, whip Shea butter and coconut oil for 30 seconds. Add essential ingredients and continue whipping until well-mixed. Transfer to a glass jar with a tight-lid. When you feel especially congested, rub a small bit of the vapor rub into the back and chest. You can also mix the solution with hot water and inhale the steam to dislodge a clogged nose.

H/T: Remedy Daily

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