Home remedies for phlegm and coughHome remedies for phlegm and cough

Home remedies for phlegm and cough 

Now in winter, phlegm and cough are common. With changing weather it affects the body. There are many home remedies for this in Ayurveda, which can be treated with household kitchen items only. We are telling you about some such home remedies.

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Home remedies for phlegm and cough
Home remedies for phlegm and cough

For those who have an excessive cough, then there are accurate remedies in Ayurveda-

  • Lajwanti / Chhuimui In English it is called “Touch Me Not” Plant and Mimosa Pudica. Mixing some basil leaves with pieces of its root, making powder, and licking it on the tongue with honey is very beneficial.
  • After cleaning the root of this plant, grinding it with water and applying it on the tongue is also beneficial.
  • Even if you do not want to eat it, making a garland of a piece of its root and wearing it around the neck also cures cough.
  • You clean its root like a toothbrush, that is, by chewing its root directly with your teeth, the cough also goes away.


Information about the plant-

The plant of Lajwanti or Mimosa Pudika is very beneficial in the form of medicine. Many diseases are treated in Ayurveda. Its bionic name is Neptunia oleracea or Mimosa pudica. It is also known by the names of prickly pear, golden plant, and sensitive plant. This plant has a special quality. By touching it, it automatically shrinks and closes, and after some time it automatically opens and becomes like before. There are also flowers in it. Its leaves, flowers, seeds, and stem are all used. It is used in the form of herbs in Ayurveda.

1- Gargle with hot (lukewarm) water –

Mixing some salt in lukewarm water and gargling with it provides instant relief. Drink lukewarm water first thing in the morning! The method of gargling is to keep water in the mouth, raise the mouth exhale the air slowly and after some time expel the water i.e. spit it out. This process has to be repeated.

2- Use of Tulsi-

Boiling basil leaves with tea and drinking it is also beneficial. You can also make a decoction of Tulsi and use it! Basil juice, honey, and ginger are also beneficial.

3- Use of ginger-

Generally, in this season everyone would be drinking ginger tea. If you do not drink tea, then boiling ginger in water until it is cut in half, i.e. until half the water remains, adding black pepper and honey to it and drinking it provides a lot of relief.

4- Use of turmeric –

Home remedies for phlegm and cough
Home remedies for phlegm and cough

Turmeric is commonly used, but drinking turmeric mixed with hot milk provides relief from many winter diseases.

5- Use of honey-

You can use honey in many ways! It can be drunk in the morning by mixing it in milk or lukewarm water. Especially if you eat it by mixing it with cinnamon powder, you will get good results. Put a quarter spoon of powder on the palm, add honey to it, mix well, and eat it on an empty stomach in the morning. Has a panacea effect!

6- Taking steam –

Heat the water well in a vessel like a pot, add camphor or Vicks Vaporub in it, place the mouth at a distance over the pot, and cover it with a towel. The steam of the pot will go into the nose and mouth, this will give you instant relief.

Include these things in your diet during the winter season –

Celery, licorice, ginger, jaggery, dry ginger, turmeric, milk, hot water, clove, honey, black pepper, lemon, cinnamon, black masala, etc. are beneficial in seasonal diseases. If anyone is suffering from severe illness, please consult a doctor before use.

By Nitesh