Table of Contents
- QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
- POPULAR REMEDIES
- Alicia's Red Onion Recipe
- Almond Paste or Butter
- Anise Seed Tincture for Nonproductive Cough
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Cayenne
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Cayenne, Tomato Tea
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Grapefruit Seed Extract
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Wild Oregano
- Baking Soda Steam
- Black Beans
- Black Tea and Honey
- Cayenne, ACV and Baking Soda
- Cayenne, Garlic, Onion, Ginger
- Chronic Cough Remedies
- Colloidal Silver
- Cough Syrup Recipe
- Dark Chocolate
- Dark Ground Coffee and Honey for Cough
- Elderberry and Phytocillin
- Eliminate Artificial Sweeteners
- Essential Oil Therapy
- Flaxseed Tea
- Flour, Dry Mustard and Egg White
- Fresh Purple Cabbage Juice
- Garlic and Turmeric
- Garlic, Honey, Lime
- Garlic, Onion, Honey and Red Peppers
- Grapefruit Seed Extract
- Green Tea With Jasmine
- Heather's Cough Formula
- Homeopathic Remedy for Bronchitis
- Honey and Lemon
- Honey on the Chest
- Honey Tea and Toast With Apple Butter
- Honey With Black Pepper
- Honey, Olive Oil and Lemon Juice
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method
- Ivy Leaf Syrup
- Jasmine Tea
- Lemon and Ginger Root
- Lemon Juice With Freshly Grated Ginger
- Lemon Juice, Honey and Eucalyptus Oil
- Looking Up Technique
- Menthol Salve
- Mullein Flower Tea
- Mustard Oil
- Mystery Remedy
- Natural Cough Syrup
- Olive Oil, Apple Cider Vinegar and Lemon
- Oregano Oil
- Peppermint Oil
- Pickle Juice
- Raw Uncooked Unfiltered Honey
- Remedies Needed
- Riboflavin B2
- Star Anise Seed Tea
- Steam Inhalation
- Tea With Lemon
- Ted's Alkalizing Formula
- The Witches Brew Remedy
- Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Turmeric Spice
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin C
- Warm Milk
- White Vinegar and Honey
Onion Treatment for Coughs
Home Remedy Ingredients
- Honey or sugar
Cut an onion in half and cover each half of the cut with honey, brown sugar, or another sugar. Then just set the sugar=coated onion aside for an hour. A syrup will form on that surface, and this should be taken just like cough syrup. Repeat as needed until your cough goes away.
[YEA] When I was younger, around 10 or 11 years old, I went with my grandma to visit her relatives. I think I caught cold during that time because I played outside a lot in the snow with my cousins.
When the night came, I was coughing non-stop. No body could sleep because of me. Needless to say that we were at some village far from civilization, lol, and they could not take me to the doctor. Well, in the middle of the night, the lady of the house got up and came to me asking me to get up and eat some onion. Nooo!!! I hated onions. But, she talked me into eating some. I wrapped it in a piece of bread and swallowed quickly without chewing. Amazingly, I did not cough at all for the rest of the night.
I think it really worked, and I tried it few times later in my life. It is not pleasant to eat raw onions, but it will help you, that is for sure.
Now, when I get sick and cough, I cut up a whole onion and mix it with cottage cheese and some sour cream add some salt and eat it like a salad. It tastes so much better and helps me get rid of the cold much faster.
[YEA] Onions: can be made into couph syup. By taking a sliced onion and then putting some sugar on top and then let set for a few min. then drain off juices. you can even eat the onion after words if you would like.
[YEA] Slice up a brown or yellow onion and place it in a breathable bag such as a linen bag. Put it is bed near the face of the sufferer and it will stop the coughing within minutes. If the sufferer is awake, tie the bag around the neck and lie down on the couch with eyes closed. I thank God for the wonderful herbs He gives us to help our sicknesses!
[YEA] peel one large onion and cut in in half, put a half a tablespoon of brown sugar on to each half of the onion, and cover it, let it stand for an hour. The syrup relish should be taken at least twice a day. It works wonders.
[YEA] I have stumbled across a remedy for coughs and bronchitis. slice an onion and place in bowl layer with pure honey, leave sit for an hour or so, this will yield a syrup. Have a teaspoon every 15 minutes until coughing chest soreness subsides.
I have been battling a bad cough/cold for about two weeks. I have taken grapefruit seed extract (in pill form) for it and slippery elm to relieve the throat irritation, and apple cider vinegar to help stop the cough. Also, I have taken lysine to help clear it. I did that faithfully for several days and thought I'd kicked it. So, I slacked off for most of a day. Big mistake. It came back.
After continuing the previous protocol, I finally dug out the oil of oregano. I am substituting the that for the GSE. I am much better, much faster too! As an added bonus, I finally slept through the night.
Another huge hint on taking the oil of oregano. Here is what I have learned to do. Fix a glass of water with two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar, a teaspoon or so of honey, and probably a teaspoon or more of baking soda. Stir it up and put about 5 or six drops of the oil of oregano under your tongue. Then let it sit a minute or so and then drink the glass mixture. It will prevent the overwhelming icky taste from gagging you out and yet you will still get all the benefits! ( I believe the baking soda helps neutralize the acidity a bit.)
I hope this helps someone out there. This is working very well for me and has stopped my cough. It is breaking up and I feel sooo much better. What little cough there is, is finally productive and not that nagging dry stuff that rips you apart.
[YEA] I tried ACV, the spicy tomato tea, the onion halves with brown sugar, and the garlic soup. Especially the tomato tea and ACV brought some temporary relief from a month-long cough and sinus congestion that I'd had almost as long. As far as I'm concerned, though, the #1 choice and remedy should be Oil of Oregano. I bought a jar last Tues. and began taking three per day with meals. I am so encouraged and feel at least 95% well again. After doing some research on it I now know that this is an amazing product! Perhaps it doesn't work the same for everyone but it has done so much for me in six days. I've also been using a good quality colloidal silver in a nasal spray bottle. This has probably worked alongside the Oil of Oregano for the sinus congestion. It cured a month-long cough/bronchitis and sinus congestion. I'm wondering now if I could have increased the dosage of Oil of Oregano to say four a day. I've stayed at 3/day since I couldn't find any info. to let me know if more would be too much of a good thing. Any thoughts on that?
[YEA] Parsley and spinach tea cured mucus dribbling down throat and mucus cough.This cough with mucus can lead to bronchitis. Point is to keep mucous up in head, throat area. Throw bunch parsley and fresh spinach into a quart pot and simmer like a tea. Strain and drink as often as you wish. Will get rid of mucus if no other complication.
You might give passaflora a try - supposed to be good to stop a cough.
[WARNING!] I had a horrible reaction to taking a reputable brand of organic peppermint oil (one drop) in a quarter cup of water to stop a cough. Immediately upon drinking I began to feel dizzy and almost passed out. The dizziness and weakness lasted approximately two weeks and about four days respectively. It didn't help my cough either.
[YEA] I tried Claussen Kosher Dill Pickle Juice. After reading your other post .. I tried to find something with vinegar.. I could not stop coughing badly..found pickle juice, the kind that is found in chiller section at the store.. this also has garlic in it..Work within seconds have been taking little sips. That is all as it is high in salt.. but that seems to be clearing congestion as well.
[YEA] I used raw uncooked unfiltered honey on a watered down cotton swab as far back as possible in each nostril. alleluya!!i am a 51 year old male and get a yearly cough during the winter months that can last 1 to 3 weeks. sometimes it is bacterial with greenies at the start but most of the duration after that is just the clear sinus dranage that goes on for days after and some may be due to allergies of spring. this cough is the kind that is most severe in the nightime hours. the logic i used is that the cough was more of a gag reflex from the nasal drip and i thought if i good change the chemistry of the nasal drip closer to the source befor it reached my throat it may work plus the aromatic qualities being as close to the source may help. i also wanted something that would last . i figured it is almost as thick as vick's vapo rub so vhala miraculous discovery. the night i used a small amount it lasted about 2-3 hours so i got up and put more on the second dose. the 2nd-3rd night i used a healthy size swab dose at 10-30pm and slept till 6am by the fourth day i stopped and the cough was gone. unreal!!!!!!! at first appox 5-10 minutes it feels slightly irratible but no more than water from a swimming pool going up your nose. it worked for me but i am not recomending it to anyone, but please please if you try it let me know how it worked: tunaman40@aol. best of health to all