Tea for Cough From Upper Respiratory Tract Infection – Home Remedies
Tea against irritated respiratory tract and dry cough:
Anis (Pimpinella anisum) 20g
Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) 20g
Broadleaf plantain (Plantago major) 20g
Breckland Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) 20g
Elder (Sambucus nigra) 20g
Mix all the plants, and pour 4 tablespoons of the mixture into 750 ml boiling water, stir, cover and leave for half an hour. Take the procedures and drink during the day.
Organic and wild-crafted herbal teas are a wonderful home remedy for cough. They moisturize dry, irritated mucous membranes, soothe your raspy throat, combat the effects of dry air, and warm you up when you’re feeling chilled.
Herbs for cough and sore throat
Herbal tea with honey – soothing home remedy for cough
Peppermint – the menthol in peppermint helps to loosen up mucus and inhaling the menthol vapours from your tea reduces coughing.
Slippery elm – Coats and soothes mucus membranes to relieve sore throat, cough, and digestive symptoms.
Thyme – Reduces mucus, cough, fever, respiratory ailments, croup and headache.
Ginger Root – has been used for centuries for coughs, respiratory problems and bronchitis. Ginger is anti-inflammatory and helps to keep your airways open.
Throat Coat – a delicious and soothing blend of herbs including slippery elm.
You can steep these herbs individually or in combination for a cough-relieving tea.