Natural Mucus And Cough Cleanse !

It’s that time of the year again! The flu and never-ending mucus and constant coughing are on the plate again. And if you are tired of going to your doctor’s every season and waiting for a prescribed medicine, then just keep on reading, because we have an awesome natural way that makes the mucus go away!

Ginger tea mixed with apple cider vinegar, coconut oil and some honey for a better taste.

This simple yet powerful recipe helps clean the mucus and the sinuses in amazing brief period of only 2 hours! You only need to slice some fresh ginger and boil them in hot water, within a covered pot (we don’t want all the best ingredients to vanish in tin air).

Allow the ginger to steep for 15 minutes after boiling and put it in the refrigerator. Whenever you feel congested, heat 1 part of the substance in 2 exact parts of water, adding a teaspoon of raw honey and the same amount of apple cider vinegar and raw coconut oil. Enjoy!

The Radish Juice.

Radishes make wonders when it comes to eliminating the excess dairy and wheat from the organism, which are the two non-cold culprits of mucus. This is also another easy and cheap recipe you can make at home. Just juice up two bunches of radishes, 3 stalks of celery, a lemon, 3 inches of ginger root and 2 big apples. This is extra delicious and you should drink a cup every day for a week in the period you feel sick and the running nose strikes you.

Ginger juice with celery, cucumber and mint.

Another powerful and delicious recipe that is a decongestant, mostly because of the property of ginger. Why? Because both cucumber and celery are anti-inflammatories and have been long used to help with hydration, which is basically what you need to take the mucus out of your body. Mint not only improves the taste of the drink, but it also helps in dislodging of the mucus. 

Do you have some other traditional recipe that saves money and time, and also helps in the flu season? Share with us.

Sources:

www.juicemasteracademy.com/

https://www.kathyherrmann.com/

http://rawedibles.blogspot.com/