Tuesday, 01 Dec, 10.59 pm The Indian Print

If there is dry cough in winter, then follow this remedy to deal with it

Dry cough is a common health problem in cold weather . It can take anyone from children to adults. Dry cough makes you feel very uncomfortable, as they are unable to remove mucus, phlegm or irritation from your lungs or nasal passages. Dry cough can hold you back for weeks after a cold or flu. In such a situation, apart from medicine, you can adopt some other remedies. So, today we are telling you about these measures-


Health experts point out that children over the age of one year and older can use honey to treat dry cough . Honey has antibacterial properties and can also help to reduce throat irritation and coat the throat, so that you do not have irritation. You can take honey with a spoon several times daily, or drink it mixed with tea or warm water.


Curcumin found in turmeric has anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, and anti-bacterial properties. It is not only beneficial in dry cough, but you also get benefit in many other health problems. If you have a problem of dry cough, add black pepper along with turmeric and consume it. This will give you quicker and better results. You can consume it by adding a small spoon of turmeric and a little black pepper powder to your beverages. If you want, you can also make and drink tea with its help. Turmeric has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries to treat respiratory conditions, bronchitis and asthma.


For centuries, grandmothers recommend the consumption of ginger if there is a dry cough. Ginger has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It not only gives relief from dry cough, but also boosts the immune system and also relieves pain. You can drink it by adding it to tea or drink it by extracting its juice and adding honey to it.


It is also a good idea to use mint in case of a dry cough. Actually, peppermint contains menthol, which helps numb the nerve endings in the throat which become irritated due to cough. It can provide relief from pain and reduce cough. Mint also has antibacterial and antiviral properties. Try drinking peppermint tea right before bed to help reduce cough at night.

Disclaimer: This story is auto-aggregated by a computer program and has not been created or edited by Dailyhunt. Publisher: The Indian Print