Cough is a pro­tec­tive reac­tion of the human body asso­ci­at­ed with irri­ta­tion of the res­pi­ra­to­ry tract as a result of a cold. As a result of cough­ing, these paths are cleared of spu­tum accu­mu­lat­ed in them. Clear, that it is not the cough itself that needs to be treat­ed, butthe ill­ness that caused it. How­ev­er, if the cough is dry and unpro­duc­tive, the dis­com­fort it caus­es can be reduced. At the dis­pos­al of doc­tors are many med­ica­tions that help thin the spu­tum and improve its dis­charge. How­ev­er, med­i­cines will not always be appro­pri­ate — for exam­ple, if the patient is a preg­nant woman, a child or an aller­gic per­son.

A sick per­son may well cope with a cough using proven and safe meth­ods of tra­di­tion­al med­i­cine. For exam­ple, drink­ing milk with hon­ey or milk with min­er­al water, or gar­gling with fresh­ly squeezed onion juice with hon­ey will help. But the most effec­tive means of get­ting rid of a cough is black radish.

The radish con­tains a lot of vit­a­mins and microele­ments — in par­tic­u­lar, phos­pho­rus, iron and potas­si­um, as well as essen­tial oils. It is essen­tial oils, get­ting into the lungs, and con­tribute to the liq­ue­fac­tion and removal of mucus. The use of radish in food pro­vokes the secre­tion of gas­tric juice, so it is con­traindi­cat­ed in peo­ple who suf­fer­ing from inflam­ma­to­ry dis­eases of the intestines and stom­ach.

To obtain a rem­e­dy, you should wash the veg­etable, make a recess in it and put a few spoons of hon­ey in it, then leave the veg­etable in the dark for four hours. The juice released dur­ing this time should be con­sumed three times a day, one tea­spoon. You can use the same root crop for sev­er­al days — you just need to cut off the edges of the recess­es each time.

To get juice, baked radish is also suit­able — you need to bake it with sug­ar for two hours, and drink the result­ing syrup before meals up to four once a day, two tea­spoons.

Such a folk rem­e­dy is pop­u­lar for help­ing chil­dren with SARS. By the way, hon­ey, if a child is aller­gic to it, can be replaced with sug­ar. Fresh­ly squeezed juice is mixed with sug­ar or hon­ey one to one, after which it can be take four to six times dai­ly1/4 of a glass. Radish juice can also be used for rub­bing — in this case, it is sup­ple­ment­ed with vod­ka (alco­hol) in equal pro­por­tions. Of course, when using each of the pro­posed recipes, you will need to con­sult a spe­cial­ist.


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