Bronchitis And Old Home Remedies-cibi

UnCategorized There are basically two types of bronchitis, acute and chronic. Acute bronchitis is the result of the same virus that causes colds. What begins as a cold can end up spreading to the airways and causing congestion, a cough and the other symptoms of bronchitis. Let’s find out more about bronchitis and old home remedies for the ailment. Chronic bronchitis however is a different matter. The most .mon cause of this is cigarette smoking. Chronic bronchitis is in reality a type of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease or as it is known, COPD. The constant breathing in of dust and fumes can also bring on chronic bronchitis. Bronchitis is a respiratory ailment where the air passages to the lungs be.e inflamed. These air passages are known as bronchi and consequently the name of the problem. Bronchitis results in a cough as well as breathing difficulties and tightness of the chest. The coughing can often also be associated with the production of mucus. My old granny would mix up a mustard poultice for chest infections where she would .bine an equal amount of flour, water and mustard and spread it over a cloth rag. This would then be applied to the chest. I remember this helping my infections of the chest as a child. The mustard could sting however, so make sure you test this on a small area first. There are several old home remedies for bronchitis that can be deployed and the most .mon of these is to use tumeric. You do this by mixing together half teaspoon of tumeric in a glass of milk and drinking it two or three times a day. It is best to take this mixture on an empty stomach. It is said that one of the very best old home remedies for bronchitis that is an old home remedy is Ginger. This can be taken as a tea and is mixed by placing half a teaspoon each of cloves, pepper and ginger. You then add boiling water and drink the mixture or you can even mix it with honey and take this way. Yet another old home remedy for bronchitis is the juice of onions. It seems you can take a teaspoon of onion juice in the morning. I haven’t tried this and I doubt that I am likely to. Alternately, you may like to try drinking some fresh cabbage juice which is also considered to be very good for the problem. As with all old home remedies, don’t take this article as gospel. You should always seek medical advice from a qualified medical practitioner or naturopath to be sure that what you do doesn’t conflict with other ailments. Still, I believe that old home remedies are great. About the Author: – – – – – – – – – – 相关的主题文章: