Natural Home Remedies for Dry Cough

One of the most common infections, dry cough, is usually caused by allergic or polluting agents in our surroundings. Dry cough is more likely to affect a kid than an adult. In either case, different home remedies for dry cough are available that can ensure you relief without having to visit a hospital and spending considerable amount of time and money.

Dry cough, as the name suggests, does not develop any mucus or sputum while it’s active. The effect of dry cough is basically like the sore-throat that makes you feel like something got stuck inside the throat. The feeling is itchy and annoying.

Smoke from vehicles, factories or even cigarettes can cause dry cough to the people nearby. Overdosed medicines, pollens or even different kinds of viruses also have the ability to generate dry cough in human beings. Actually dry cough results from a vexation at the backside of the throat.

Following are the very effective natural home remedies for Dry Cough:




Honey, turmeric and ginger are being used to treat cough since decades. These three ingredients have natural properties to provide peace and relief from dry cough. Honey has anti-oxidant and anti-microbial properties. Turmeric has natural properties to fight against bacteria, virus and inflammation. Ginger is a pain reliever that has anti-inflammation as well as respiratory system cleaning properties.

Cough Drops to Give a Relief from Dry Cough:

This includes a small amount of grated jaggery, turmeric and pepper powder mixed with ghee to make small balls. Take these small balls before going to sleep to find relief from Dry Cough.

Honey and Lemon Cough Syrup:

Make a cough syrup by mixing a small amount of honey with fresh lemon juice. Take the dose 3-4 times a day for a better effect.

Ginger and Lemon Cough Syrup:

This recipe involves mixing a little-crushed ginger’s juice with the honey and lemon juice syrup. A dose should be taken 2-3 times a day.

Jaggery and Ajwain Cough Syrup:

Mix jaggery, ajwain and turmeric powder in little amounts to create a paste in a hot pan. The jaggery should be heated before adding the rest of the two ingredients. Take 2-3 doses of these balls in a day.

In addition to these natural home remedies for dry cough, a few other natural products are also available to cure Dry Cough successfully in the past.

Garlic, Marshmallow roots, Oregano, and a number of Lozenges provide cure for cough and cold.

‘Salt Water Gargles’ is one of the most effective remedies for dry cough providing you comfort and relief.

 

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