Home Remedies for sore throats gives some natural relief for this common health complaint faced by each and all at some time or another in our lives
Normally a sore throat lasts about three to four days but if symptoms persist for any longer, then you know what you have to do,
Thats right, you should go and see the doctor.
See the list of some of the issues (apart from the normal infections) which can lower the body's
resistance to infection and can also be the cause of sore throats.
OK, let's get started and examine some really simple and easy home remedies for sore throats that can stand up proudly to scientific scrutiny.
Another one of our onion home remedies, but this time we are looking at effective and simple home remedies for sore throats.
Chop 6 onions,
Add 6 oz of honey
Place in a double boiler and cook slowly over a low heat for two hours.
Strain, and drink this onion syrup regularly during the day, and preferable when warm because it tastes far better.
Pour 1 cup of boiling water into a 1/4 cup fresh sage leaves.
Allow to stand for 5 minute.
Then strain allow to cool and use as a gargle 3 times per day.
Take a cup of boiling water and add one tablespoon of grated fresh horeseradish.
Add a tsp of honey
And a tsp of ground cloves
Sip slowly and stir continuously.
1 glass of lemon juice
2 tsp of raw honey
1 tsp cayenne pepper
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