Could These Wraps Work for You?

Most of us have suffered a cough or cold. These are minor illnesses, but they are frustrating to experience. Cough interferes with concentration and is a nuisance for the people around us. It is unpleasant during the day, but at night, a strong cough can interfere with sleep and keep other family members awake. That’s especially difficult when we’re all tired from a day at work or school. Children are more prone to colds and flu because their immune systems less developed.

we often rely on cough syrups including codeine and dextromethorphan. They only suppress the transmission of signals in the brain cough. They can cause side effects that include drowsiness, headaches and tachycardia.

Many people report success treating colds and coughs using wraps chest. Here are the instructions to make a wrapper that uses popular honey. Honey is home remedy used to treat a variety of problems, from dry to eliminate toxins from the body skin. When used to treat coughs, it helps to expel mucus from the lungs. It is effective for children as for adults.

Make your own coat of honey

Materials needed –

Honey
Olive oil
Napkin
gauze
Flour
tape

Instructions –

Mix a small amount of honey in a little flour. (Do not use your hands). Add a little olive oil, and reroll in more flour. Place the mixture on a napkin, and wrapped in gauze.

Attach chest or back, using the tape, then put a shirt on the package.

In children, you should put the envelope in the two or three hours before bedtime, and then remove it. Adults should use the wrap all night, considering it is likely to sweat excessively. There are no side effects, but they do see the delicate skin (especially in children).

Rachel Lim who lives in Singapore, modified these instructions to make a coat for your child. Instead of olive oil, using virgin coconut oil, then ginger juice to the mixture of honey and flour was added. the mixture in aluminum foil, then wrapped in a cloth. In a Facebook message, it was reported:

Usually, about 2-3 hours. in his sleep [her baby], began to cough and complain profusely. Last night I put aluminum foil on it, holding it for 4 hours and not hear anything from him, no nasal congestion without phlegm, not a sound! During the night, a single cough it.

Like honey, ginger has a long history of professional use of traditional medicine for the relief of cough, sore throat and chest congestion.

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