Seven simple home remedies to reduce cough

By Lokmat English Desk | Published: November 28, 2022 08:23 PM2022-11-28T20:23:02+5:302022-11-28T20:23:02+5:30


Various diseases occur in the body due to changing climate. Cold, cough, fever are more common in winter. There are two types of cough. Wet cough and dry cough. A dry cough is more bothersome. If it is not treated on time, the cough will get worse.

Ginger has many beneficial properties. Which act as a natural remedy to reduce cough. Finely grind a small piece of ginger and mix it with a pinch of salt. Now place this mixture under your chin and let its juice slowly go down your throat.

A cure for dry cough is honey. Honey reduces sore throat. Take warm water in a small glass and mix two teaspoons of honey in it. Drink it after honey and water are well mixed. Regular use of this remedy will provide relief from dry cough.

Drinking turmeric milk regularly cures many diseases in the body. Turmeric contains an ingredient called curcumin. This ingredient reduces the suffering of cold, cough and many respiratory diseases. Mix half a spoonful of turmeric in a glass of milk and drink it.

Jaggery is believed to be more effective than sugar. Jaggery is used more instead of sugar in many dishes. Eating jaggery is an effective remedy for cold and cough. Mix jaggery powder in warm water and drink it. Dosage and how many times a day as advised by the doctor.

Salt is full of antibacterial properties that help kill bacteria in the throat and mouth and maintain oral health. Take warm water in a large glass and mix a teaspoon of salt in it. Gargle with this water, do this remedy twice a day.

You can eat oranges in any season. Orange juice is very useful for the body. You can drink orange juice mixed with 1 teaspoon of turmeric and a pinch of black pepper. Which will help to reduce cough.

Eat more ghee in winter. Ghee makes the skin radiant. Ghee has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that keep the throat clean. Black pepper powder mixed with ghee provides relief from dry cough.