How to use honey and lemon to treat cough dynamic electricity examples


A cough can be caused by a number of factors: illness, environment, or simple throat irritation. When you cough, it is your body’s way of trying to expel phlegm or other irritants that are in your respiratory system. Most conditions that can cause a cough are not life-threatening. There are many over-the-counter and prescription treatments for cough, but you might start with a tried and true home remedy for this ailment: honey and lemon! Benefits of Honey and Lemon for Cough

• Honey has known antibacterial properties that can rid your body of the harmful bacteria causing the cough. Honey is full of vital nutrients including calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc, copper, manganese, selenium and fluoride that repair and stimulate tissue growth and act as anti-oxidants to remove the harmful free radicals that are in your body. The best honey is low in water content so naturally attracts water to be used in surrounding tissues. • Lemon is very high in vitamin C; in fact, the juice of one lemon contains 1/3 of the recommended daily allowance for an adult. Vitamin C is one of the most important vitamins to help the immune system and it also acts as another powerful anti-oxidant. Lemons also have been shown to have very strong antibacterial and antiviral properties.

• The simplest recipe is a combination of 1-cup of warm, local honey and 3-tablespoons of freshly squeezed lemon juice. • Add ¼ cup of warm water the mixture and then stir until smooth. • Take 1-2 tablespoons of the mixture at the first sign of cough and be sure to take a dose before bed for a good night’s sleep. • Refrigerated, the leftover mixture so be fine for up to a month.

• In a saucepan, boil an uncut lemon in water for 10 minutes. • Cut the lemon and squeeze the juice. • Mix in 2 tablespoons of honey and 2 tablespoons of glycerin. • Take 1 teaspoon of this mixture to relieve a cough and scratchy throat. • Refrigerate the leftovers for later use.

• Squeeze the juice from half a lemon into a sauce pan. • Finely grate about 1/8 teaspoon of garlic into the lemon. • Add one cup of water and bring the mixture to a boil. • Pour the mixture into a cup, mix in 1 tablespoon of honey, and drink the mixture. • If you want to make a larger quantity, double or triple the recipe and refrigerate the leftover mixture for future use.

• Grate about 1 tablespoon of ginger root into a sauce pan with 2 cups of water. • Squeeze the juice of ½ lemon into the mixture and bring it to a boil. • After boiling, take the pan off the heat and let it cool for 20 minutes. • Add 1-2 tablespoons of honey and drink the mixture.

• If you are allergic to either ingredient, do NOT use these recipes! • If you have heartburn or gallbladder disease, consult your healthcare provider before using concentrated lemon. • Lemon juice can harm the enamel of your teeth, so consult your dentist. • Before using this remedy on your child, consult the pediatrician. • Honey contains a form of botulism that may be deadly to children under the age of 12 months old. Do NOT give honey to these children! • If you cough up green, yellow or blood-streaked phlegm, you should consult your doctor. • If your cough is accompanied by fever, shortness of breath, or noisy breathing, consult your doctor. • The underlying cause of your cough should be treated by your healthcare provider!