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7 Natural Home Remedies for a Painful Throat

Winter is coming so to prepare yourself here are my 7 natural home remedies for a painful throat. So if you are experiencing pain or difficulty when swallowing liquids or food these are my best home remedies for you.

Throat pain is one of the common symptoms of having a sore throat.  Despite sore throat not being much of a serious health issue, the pain that comes with it may cause you more than a good night's sleep. The good news is there are a couple of painful throat remedies that you can use to counter the pain.

7 natural remedies for a painful throat:

  1. Saltwater

    When you gargle warm salt water, you can soothe your sore throat and also breakdown secretions. Warm salt water can also help in killing bacteria that are in the throat. To make some saltwater, take a half-teaspoon of salt and add to a glass full of warm water, then gargle it. Ensure that you gargle after every three to four hours for it to be effective.saltwater treatment for sore throat

  2. Honey

    This is one of the most proven household natural remedies for sore throat. Research has shown that honey is one of the most effective wound healers, and it even better when compared with other suppressants. If you are experiencing some throat pain, have a mix of honey and hot tea, and you will be relieved of the pain and sore throat.

  3. Chamomile tea

    Medicine in its own merits, chamomile tea has been used for several years as a naturally soothing, especially for sore throat. It is usually used to reduce inflammations, as an anti-oxidant and as an astringent. When you drink chamomile tea, your immune system is stimulated to fight off any infections that may have resulted in a sore throat.

  4. Baking soda gargle

    Though most people use salt water, gargling baking soda that is mixed with salt water also helps to reduce sore throat related pain. It helps to kill bacteria and also prevents the growth of fungi and yeast, which may also result in throat infections.

  5. Apple cider vinegar

    Also referred to as ACV, it has been used for various antibacterial purposes. Various studies have indicated that it is very effective when it comes to bacterial infections. Since it is acidic, you can use it to break down the mucus that is in your throat. You can also use ACV to prevent the bacteria from spreading. In case you experience pain in your throat, take at least a small sip of AVC mixture at least 2 times per hour.

  6. Peppermint

    In case you have bad breath, peppermint is your number one solution. However, do you know that when you dilute peppermint, you can relieve sore throat? Peppermint has menthol, which is effective in thinning mucus as well as calming sore throats and coughs. Its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties increase its healing properties on throat pains. When using the peppermint oil, you should mix it with carrier oils like softened coconut oil.

  7. Garlic

    Garlic has allicin, which is known to fight any possible infections. Research has shown that to prevent infections from common cold viruses, you should take garlic supplements on a more regular basis. Just remember to brush your teeth after taking any garlic supplement to protect the teeth from enzymes and for fresh breath.

To stay stronger for longer, try any of the mentioned remedies and remember to frequently wash your hands!

If you’ve found this helpful, please share. And if you have any further questions, please let me know below and I or one of my team will do our best to provide you with answers.

Jx


Jamie Wood, Founder & CEO

@jwoody74

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