Our Magical Honey for cough and breathing heal coughs and shortness of breath,stop the inflammation of the throat, very good por the ruhme and enhances the uminite.
Net weight : 125ml
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In one study, children age 2 and older with upper respiratory tract infections were given up to 2 teaspoons (10 milliliters) of honey at bedtime. The honey seemed to reduce nighttime coughing and improve sleep.
In fact, in the study, honey appeared to be as effective as a common cough suppressant ingredient, dextromethorphan, in typical over-the-counter doses. Since honey is low-cost and widely available, it might be worth a try.
However, due to the risk of infant botulism, a rare but serious form of food poisoning, never give honey to a child younger than age 1.
And remember: Coughing isn't all bad. It helps clear mucus from your airway. If you or your child is otherwise healthy, there's usually no reason to suppress a cough.
Coughing is one of the most common health problems. When there is a blockage or irritant in your throat or upper air passages, your brain thinks a foreign element is present and tells your body to cough to remove that element. Coughing can also be due to a viral infection, common cold, flu, and smoking or health problems such as asthma, tuberculosis, and lung cancer.
Some of the symptoms of a cough are itchy throat, chest pain, and congestion. Instead of using over-the-counter cough syrups, you can try some natural cough treatments using readily available ingredients in your kitchen.
Honey magic for cough and respiration, consisting of black honey and medicinal plants.
Causes of cough
A cough is the body's natural way of clearing mucus and irritating substances from the lungs and airways. It prevents substances other than air from entering the lungs. It is a natural process.
The most common cause of a cough is a viral respiratory infection such as the common cold. This can lead to congestion of the nose and throat. When your child has a congested nose, mucus can drip from the nose into the throat. This causes a cough reflex. The cough stops mucus from entering the lungs.
Infections in the ears (such as swimmer’s ear), sinuses, and lungs (such as pneumonia) can also cause your child to have a cough. A cough can also be caused by exposure to things that irritate the airway. For example, cough is common in children exposed to family members who smoke.
There are receptors or signals in your nervous system that are activated when your body needs to cough. A viral infection can cause these receptors to be very sensitive. After a viral infection these receptors can remain and continue to be sensitive. This causes a chronic cough.
A chronic cough can also be caused by exposure to an irritant or a persistent respiratory condition.
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