Top 5 Home Remedies For Sore Throat

So we are in the middle of the year, a time when monsoon begins and the earth goes green. But that is not the only the only thing which is notable for the monsoons. Monsoons bring health problems like cold, cough, viral infections and sore throat.

sore throat

Taking high power antitussive medicines can be reluctant at times. Thus home-remedies play a crucial role in treating your sore throat. Therefore, I am sharing few home-remedies for treating sore throat easily and conveniently.

  • Ayurvedic Syrup

    Ayurvedic syrup

    Ayurvedic syrup

You can make quick syrup for a sore throat or persistent cough with ingredients in your pantry.

Mix 1/4 teaspoon of cayenne pepper, 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, 2 tablespoons of water and 1 tablespoon of honey. Take this mixture thrice a day and your sore throat will disappear soon.

  • Honey

    Honey

    Honey

Honey mixed in tea or simply taken straight up has long been a home remedy for sore throat. Scientific studies have confirmed this natural wonder works.  Studies have also shown that honey is an effective wound healer, which means it may also help speed healing for sore throats.

  • Salt Water

    salt solution

    salt solution

Add a a small spoon of salt in a luke warm water. Gargle with this salt solution. It is one of the age-old effective methods of combating with sore throat.

  • Tea Solution

    Tea liquor

    Tea liquor

Add a spoonful of tea leaves in luke warm water. Keep aside for 3 min. strain the water and collect it in a glass. Gargle with this tea solution. It is an effective method for treating sore throat.

  • Licorice Root

    Mulethi

    Mulethi

Licorice root or a.k.a mulethi has been used as a anti-sore throat herb since ages. Prepare a mixture of licorice root and water by boiling them together. Let the mixture cool down to luke-warm level. Gargling with this solution does wonders within no time.

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