How to gargle with sore throat

March 31, 2016, 11:08 am

Dai­ly gar­gling increas­es the body’s resis­tance to res­pi­ra­to­ry dis­eases. For such pre­ven­tion, plain water is enough. If the throat is inflamed, you will need solu­tions and decoc­tions pre­pared on the basis of med­i­c­i­nal herbs and min­er­al salts. They enhance the effec­tive­ness of treat­ment, and recov­ery occurs much faster.

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TOP 5 recipes for gargling a sore throat

1. Decoc­tion of onion peel. It has a strong anti­spas­mod­ic, choleretic, antimi­cro­bial and vaso­con­stric­tive action. Pour boil­ing water over the onion peel, leave for sev­er­al hours, then strain and gar­gle.

2. Kalan­choe juice. It con­tains a whole range of use­ful sub­stances: organ­ic acids, flavonoids, tan­nins. Thanks to them, Kalan­choe juice is effec­tive in many dis­eases, includ­ing mild sore throat. Pick a leaf of Kalan­choe, wash, chop and squeeze out the juice. Mix in equal pro­por­tions with warm water and gar­gle 5–6 times a day.

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3. Infu­sion of marsh­mal­low root. The mucous sub­stance of this plant has a soft­en­ing and anal­gesic effect. One tea­spoon of crushed marsh­mal­low root, pour 200 ml of cold water, leave for 8–10 hours, strain and gar­gle every 2 hours.

4. Infu­sion of sage offic­i­nalis. For the treat­ment of angi­na 2–3 tbsp. Spoons of sage pour a liter of boil­ing water, leave for half an hour, strain and gar­gle.

5. Propo­lis. It also has a good heal­ing effect. Dis­solve half a tea­spoon of an alco­hol solu­tion of propo­lis in half a glass of warm water. Alter­nate rins­ing with the result­ing solu­tion with rins­ing with warm water with the addi­tion of 1–2 drops of iodine. This scheme helps to pre­vent the accu­mu­la­tion of pus in the pala­tine ton­sils.

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