A Quick Home Remedy for Bronchitis...

by Sharon

If you or your child is suffering from bronchitis, you need a fast-acting treatment. This home remedy is definitely it...


Is there a quick cure or natural remedy for bronchitis? I need one A.S.A.P.


Hi Sharon, and thanks for your question regarding a quick home remedy to get rid of your bronchitis.

Firstly, yes there certainly is a fast-acting home remedy for bronchitis... and it works a treat! There are a few different versions of it, but even if you only have some of the ingredients in your pantry right now you can still get started straight away...

Honey, Lemon and Ginger Tea:

This is a traditional old folk remedy that grandma would have used and its effect is several fold. Firstly, it helps to break down mucus and phlegm in the bronchial tubes and nasal passages. Secondly, its anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties (and immune boosting properties) helps to relieve irritated, inflamed and swollen bronchial tubes to not only provide quick relief, but also help you to get over the illness in a matter of days rather than weeks. Some "added extras" you can mix in with your tea if you like include onion juice (this does alter the taste in a not so good way though), along with turmeric, cinnamon and a bit of cayenne pepper for their powerful immune boosting and anti-inflammatory benefits.

So here's how you make the tea...

Add half a teaspoon of ground ginger, one teaspoon of natural honey (preferably Manuka honey) in a cup of hot water. Stir in the juice of half a fresh squeezed lemon and drink the mixture two to three times daily for some welcome relief.

As an alternative, you can add half a teaspoon of cinnamon and turmeric powder, along with a pinch of cayenne pepper for an extra "kick". Onion juice also helps to break up mucus and phlegm so add a dash of the juice to increase the potency even more.

In addition to drinking the tea, take garlic capsules (preferably odorless garlic) for its powerful anti-vial and antibiotic properties. This will help your body to overcome the infection ever faster.

Finally, avoid all dairy products, especially cows milk. Dairy foods are mucous and phlegm forming and will only make your bronchitis much worse.

So hopefully these tips help you out Sharon.

Good luck and all the best!


Troy (Admin)

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Oct 01, 2015
Effective Treatment
by: Mohsin

It really works. Wow. I am finally free of my bronchial cough. I am amazed.

Oct 02, 2015
by: Troy

Glad it helped you Mohsin. All the best!

Nov 14, 2016
Other Tips for Bronchitis, Cold and Flu...
by: Abrar Ahmad

The best way to avoid contracting influenza or a cold is to keep yourself warm and drink plenty of fluids. Liquids like tea can also reduce mucus thickness. In addition to this, you can use a humidifier at home as the warm moist air causes the bronchial tubes to relax and it loosens mucus, however, care should be taken to clean out the humidifier regularly to avoid bacteria or fungi propagating in it. If managing a humidifier is problematic, breathing in steam from boiling water can soften mucus, while adding a few drops of eucalyptus oil will enhance the effectivness of the steam as the oil contains antibacterial properties which can heal the burning sensation in the throat. There are also other excellent natural foods for bronchitis such as;

Honey - Has antiviral as well as antibacterial properties. Eating a tablespoon daily can be useful for treating bronchitis as it helps soothes the throat and build a strong immune system.

Oregano Oil and Salt Water - These tend to lessen throat soreness. A few drops of oregano oil or gargling salt water are usually enough to treat and even cure severe or uneasy breathing.

Garlic and Turmeric - Both have antiviral, antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties. Add one teaspoon of turmeric powder and some freshly chopped garlic cloves in a small pot with 6-7 oz of raw milk or almond milk. Boil and simmer for 20-30 minutes then drink.

Orange and Lemon Juice - These are rich in vitamin C and have strong antioxidant properties. Drink lots of orange juice to help build up your immune cells. Or boil a cup of water and add a few drops of lemon juice. Allow to cool then drink to relieve throat soreness.

Ginger - Has immune building and anti-inflammatory properties. Add half a teaspoon of ground ginger and cinnamon to some hot water and slowly sip.

In addition to these, drink plenty of water as it is necessary to keep your body hydrated during cold and influenza bouts. This also helps to stop your throat from getting dry, which can make coughing painful.

Hope this helps everyone.

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