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Take care of your cough with DIY natural syrups


To remedy an annoying cough, it is possible to resort to green home made remedies. Natural cough syrups are what you need.

Who has never been coughed? Oily or dry, it’s really annoying! It must be fought at all costs but it is not always necessary to resort to over -the-counter drugs . To remedy, just prepare at home and with a few ingredients of natural cough syrups. How to do? Follow our advice: we will reveal how to prepare them to effectively remedy this ailment.

The ingredients to use are easy to find and everyone has them (usually) at home. Syrups are useful to immediately relieve and, in particular, to cure this annoyance, which grips people usually during the cold months.

Natural cough syrups prepared at home: the types

-Honey syrup . Even the less experienced and health-conscious people usually resort to the use of honey, to be eaten by the spoon or to be dissolved in water or milk. In this way you get great relief immediately. To make this miraculous cough syrup you need a lemon, sunflower oil and, of course, honey.

Squeeze the lemon and put the juice in a saucepan with a spoonful of sunflower oil and half a glass of honey. Once mixed, the syrup is ready and a spoon is enough to feel immediately better.

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-Garlic syrup . The cloves of 3 heads of garlic are enough to obtain an excellent natural product for coughing. The cleaned wedges must be placed in a saucepan together with 250 ml of water, to bring to a boil, until it is halved.

Then add 100 ml of vinegar and 4 spoons of honey, bring to the boil again, leave to cool and put in the fridge. To heal, just consume one tablespoon a day .

-Beetroot syrup . This cough syrup is very easy to prepare. We need 2 beets, to be cut into slices and put on a plate. Then sprinkle everything with sugar and cover the mixture.

A red gelatinous substance will be created, which is the syrup you need, one of the best natural cough remedies .

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