Make These Three DIY Remedies To Get Through Cold And Flu Season


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Whenever I have a cold and I feel like I can’t get out of bed, I wonder how humans have come to heavily rely on man-made medicines. With cough syrups, antibiotics, and other medicines, we use over-the-counter remedies more than ever. But who knows what we’re really putting in our bodies? With all of those hard-to-read chemicals, we may be doing more harm than good.

In fact, that's what some doctors are saying. Taking these medications actually puts you at risk for developing other ailments such as ear and sinus infections. So they say the best ingredients for your cold or flu remedy can be found in your kitchen!

The three easy recipes below allow you to use all-natural ingredients for the best results. The DIY cough syrup is a breeze to make: All you need to do is mix cinnamon, lemon juice, coconut oil, and unpasteurized honey in a bowl. These ingredients have antimicrobial cough-soothing properties!

The DIY throat-soothing popsicles can make taking your medicine fun. Combine honey, ginger, chamomile tea, and lemon in a bowl. Pour hot water over the mix, and let it sit for ten minutes, then pour the liquid into a freezer-safe container for later consumption.

Finally, I love this DIY vapor rub: Combine coconut oil with the essential oils of lavender, eucalyptus, and rosemary, and heat up the mixture. Let it cool, and apply it to your throat for a very soothing sensation!

If you’re going to try these home remedies the next time you have a cold, please SHARE!

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Source: The List TV Show
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