Herbal Remedies for Ear, Nose, and Throat

In this article, we offer you some herbal treatments.

They are not life- threatening conditions, but they are annoying and to alleviate them, there are herbal treatments and are easy to prepare.

Natural Remedy for Earache

When you begin to feel pain in the ear, you could have an infection. There are simple steps that will alleviate this condition.

If you consult with your doctor, there are probably many treatments available for an ear infection. For example, vitamin E oil or garlic oil capsule. Simply need to warm the capsule in warm water to use as a cure for the ear infection.

To reduce infection or ear pain you can use chamomile. Make tea and wrap in a cloth impregnated with tea to put it in your ear. While warm therapy helps cure an ear ache, the cold therapy method is also effective. You can put an ice pack for about 15 minutes in the ear.

Herbal Remedies for Ear, Nose, and Throat

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Ginger is also another effective herb against ear pain. Take fresh ginger, and mix with sesame oil. Take the mixture and put equal amounts in each ear. After you have done that, use a cotton ball to cover each ear. Cotton balls help prevent foreign substances from entering the ear.

Natural Remedy for Nasal Discharge

Among common ailments, nasal discharge is probably one of the most annoying; it does not hurt but the constant dripping is annoying and embarrassing at the same time. In the meantime, if we do not pay attention to a runny nose, it can develop into a cough, sinusitis, earache or all three. The good thing is that there are several home remedies for this condition.

Prepare about 2 liters of warm water. Dissolve one tablespoon of common salt in warm water and use that saline water solution to wash your nose. Simply use a dropper to control the amount of solution entering the nostrils. Keep doing this until you feel some relief in your nose.

Thyme is a type of herb that is normally used for culinary purposes. However, it is also an effective home remedy against nose drip. Shred finely a tablespoon or two of dry thyme. Once you finely grind the thyme, you can begin to inhale the powder mixture.

Another remedy to relieve the dripping nose is turmeric. Mix with flaxseed oil, then heat the saffron until it begins to burn. Inhale the smoke that is produced to relieve the dripping of the nose.

Herbal Remedies for Ear, Nose, and Throat

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Remedies for pharyngitis

When you have a sore throat, it is usually an indication of health disorders. Therefore, do not ignore it. In addition to the health reasons, you should find a quick relief from a viral sore throat, as it is accompanied by sneezing, discomfort, and pain.

There are several natural ingredients that can reduce inflammation and pain. These are just a few:

Echinacea or gold seal effectively improves the immune system and also provides relief for a sore throat due to cold or flu.

Garlic, fight bacteria or viruses that often cause disease.

Raspberry or blackberry leaves, gargling with a solution of the leaves, can help to alleviate the discomfort caused by a sore throat.

Cayenne Pepper, include this in your gargoyles to relieve a sore throat

Although herbal remedies have proven effective against these common health conditions, you should not ignore the symptoms when they persist. These methods are preventive measures during the early stages of the disease. When symptoms continue to be evident, you need to consult your doctor to ensure your safety.

Herbal Remedies for Ear, Nose, and Throat

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