How Do You Cure Bronchitis Naturally?

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  1. reviyve profile image54
    reviyveposted 9 years ago

    How Do You Cure Bronchitis Naturally?

    I love your hubs. very easy to read with good info. I'd love to see you tackle this one and feel free to send me a hub request also. Be kind though :-)

  2. Wealthmadehealthy profile image61
    Wealthmadehealthyposted 9 years ago

    There are many herbs which will cure bronchitis.  I have a site and also a wordpress blog on natural herbs and healing.  I believe I have a recipe in there which will help Tremendously.  For breathing, you may use eucalyptus leaf in boiling water breathe the steam.  This will open your lungs and nasal passages. 

    Take echinacea to boost your immune system.   

    You need to take an herb which is a good expectorant  and there are many which will do the trick..Tumeric is one, garlic is an excellent expectorant.  Grate a clove of garlic and mix it with a teaspoon of honey. Take as needed.      My site has a variety of different cures in it, as well as my blog on wordpress.
    Here is a jamaican recipe you might like:   Boil together 1 ginger root, 2 cloves of garlic, and 2 cups of water for 15 minutes.  Take as needed for your cough.   This will help a whole bunch.

    Making a good homeade chicken soup will help as well.
    Boil a whole chicken to get the broth, let the chicken cool. To the broth, add one onion, several cloves of chopped garlic, celery, basil  and a tiny bit of salt.  Take the chicken from the bones and add it to the broth.  Cook for about an hour and eat this, it will make you feel better whether you have a flu or bronchitis.

    If you smoke, do not smoke.  This is agrivating the problem. 

    Drink a tea of either peppermint, rosemary or thyme. 

    I hope you feel better!!!

  3. stevemark122000 profile image64
    stevemark122000posted 9 years ago

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  4. shirleybill profile image54
    shirleybillposted 9 years ago

    Take lots of vitamin c. i took approximately 2000 mg of vitamin c last winter when i had the bronchitis.
    Vitamins E and D, will also help out in ridding the body of illness.
    Drink lots of juices if you can tolerate them, including some milk.

  5. hananja profile image54
    hananjaposted 9 years ago

    Thyme as a tea, or tincture, or syrup is a great herb, it is an expectorant, ie getting rid of phlegm, and it is also an antiseptic, so especially good if there is green phlegm,  One can take it internally, but one can at the same time also use it for inhalations.

  6. Cedar Cove Farm profile image59
    Cedar Cove Farmposted 8 years ago

    The indians used to smoke dried Mullen.  There are other ways to use it but Mullen is a good one.

  7. Loren's Gem profile image67
    Loren's Gemposted 7 years ago

    drinking at least 2 cups of warm herbal tea a day (such as green tea and linden) and adding lemon to it + drinking 8 or more glasses of water and most importantly - plenty of time to rest and sleep.  this is my natural way of curing bronchitis - and proven effective as I do mostly have it (unfortunately) each time of the year when the seasons transition from summer to fall as well as spring to summer. :-)

  8. profile image46
    Frank23231posted 7 years ago

    You could have an ear infection and bronchitis without running a fever


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