Sore Throat? 7 Tricks That Will Calm The Pain Overnight

Sore throat is common in winter. Its caused by the cold, excessive tension of the voice or the dry air we are exposed to during the winter due to heating. Instead of fashionable products and medicines, we will present you with several natural methods that you can in a healthy and simple way remove this unwanted pain.

  1. Tea with chili pepper

Add a lemon tea, mint tea, squeezed lemon juice, a teaspoon of honey and a bit of hot red pepper in powder. Stir all this well and remove it from the fire before it starts to boil. Pour it out while it’s hot.

  1. Grandmother recipe for pain in the throat

In 250 ml of water add 2 teaspoons of honey and heat well (beware of not boiling). Take it out of the fire and drain about 2 teaspoons of fresh lemon in it. For a stronger flavor you can add a teaspoon of brown sugar.

  1. Milk potion with cinnamon

Mix one tablespoon of sugar, 2 pinched baking soda and 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon. Add 250 ml of milk and mix well. Put this on low heat and stir. Get rid of the fire before boiling the milk and add a spoonful of honey. Drink it while it’s warm.

  1. Tea herbs with brandy

Mix green tea, chamomile and lemon tea and get a healthy potion full of antioxidants. Spice it with a spoon of honey, lemon juice, ginger and a little bit of brandy and you will feel like you’ve drank a natural analgesic.

  1. Mouthwash

Make a saline solution of 250 ml of water and a small teaspoon of salt. Place the mixture on fire and allow it to boil. Take a bigger sip of liquid, lift your head and make a gargle. Do not swallow the liquid, but after about ten seconds spit it out.

Repeat this at least 5 times a day while the symptoms of throat pain do not disappear. Salt water gargle will relieve the symptoms of a sore throat and help eject the virus from the body.

  1. Inhalation

Boil 3 cups of hot water and dip the bag of lemon, chamomile and a little fresh ginger. Allow for 5 minutes to cool. Check with your hand that the vapor is not too hot and then place the liquid in a larger inhaler container. Get a clean towel and transfer it over the head. Rise, covered with the towel, above the bowl and inhale steam through the mouth and nose for 5-10 minutes. Pain in the throat in this way will be softened to help you fall asleep.

  1. Warm linings

Make tea from dried chamomile flowers and while still hot, put a clean towel in it. When the tea cools down a little, well drain the towel, wrap it along the length and place it on the neck. When this coating is cool, re-heat the tea and repeat the procedure.

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