Eight home remedies for an allergic cough

A common problem is visible nowadays is a cough due to allergies. It can occur in any stage of life irrespective of an individual’s age. Due to atmospheric pollutants, pollen and some edible items, allergic cough occurs. When the allergens get into your body it starts affecting the throat, larynx and lungs.  The allergies result into inflammation and cause a cough. Whether it is a wet cough or an allergic cough, here are some home remedies to recover. You can get more info about dental problems at Lynnwood Dental Clinic

Basil

Basil is also called tulsi which has high antioxidants to control the allergies of a cough in the body.  Mix few basil leaves with one tbsp of ginger paste and blends it in a mixer. Now extract the juice and mix one tbsp honey into the paste. Take one tbsp of the mixture thrice a day to get relief.

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha as a herb is known for its strong immune properties. It strengthens the immune system and makes the body stronger to adapt stress. Since Ayurvedic age, this herb is used in medicines to overcome an allergic cough. For an individual user, you can take Ashwagandha root powder and churn for cough relief.

Ginger

Ginger is very good in getting relief from a cough and cold in adults. Just take slices of one-inch ginger and boil it in fresh water for 5 minutes. Drink the hot ginger tea twice or thrice in a day, and you will find relief from a cough, sore throat and even healing in asthma patients.

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Lemon with honey

It is an unbelievable fact that lemon can be a medicine for an allergic cough because everyone knows that lemon is enriched with citric acid. But when you mix 1 tbsp of lemon juice in one glass of hot water with 1 tbsp honey, it becomes remedy into allergic coughing. Lemon has an anti-allergic property which helps in recovering from a cough.

Turmeric in milk

Turmeric has highest anti-inflammatory properties, and it helps in killing bacteria which develops inside the body and creates the allergy. Take a glass of hot milk and mix one tsp of Haldi or turmeric into it and drink the milk before going to bed.

Thyme tea

Thyme is also known for its antibacterial properties. Take 1 cup of water and mix few fresh leaves to prepare tea. Boil the water for about 10-15 minutes and drink the hot tea at least twice in a day. It also acts as a remedy for a bronchitis and allergic cough.

Pineapples

Pineapple contains bromelain enzyme which is very effective for an allergic cough. However, some people have itching issues in their throat after eating pineapple, but it is proved to be the good remedy for a cough.  But it is not recommendable for those who have fruit allergy.

Bee pollen

If somehow you don’t get relief from honey tips then try to get bee pollen. Initially take one or two granules and then gradually increase the dosage to help in increasing the immune system to fight against pollens.  This is a method in which you take the remedies before the allergic season starts so that your body is well prepared to face the seasonal effects from pollen. The intake of pollen must start from 4-5 months before the change in season.