Anti-cold, cough, sore throat tips

The nose is running, the neck hurts and after two words comes the next stroke. But you can do something about that! Drinking and gargling
So that the sore throat disappears, you should drink a lot of tea. The warm liquid keeps the mucous membranes moist, which prevents the viruses from getting stuck in these areas. Particularly recommended are chamomile flowers, thyme, sage, peppermint and ribwort and marshmallow.
For gargling, you either use homemade sage or chamomile tea, or you resort to disinfecting gargle solutions and throat sprays from the pharmacy. Inhale
Salt or chamomile flower tea is perfect for fighting the stuffy nose. The perfect combination is when you bring 2 liters of water to a boil and stir with 3 tablespoons of salt, or chamomile flowers in a large bowl. Take a deep breath with a towel over your head for ten minutes and the whole thing is already running!
In addition, eucalyptus, peppermint and thyme help with strong and slimy cough. lozenges
By sucking tablets, the saliva production is stimulated and moistened the oral and pharyngeal mucosa. Pastilles with Icelandic moss or plantain also form a protective film on the mucous membrane.
"Normal" throat tablets often contain disinfecting substances. For particularly severe pain help those tablets that are enriched with the analgesic drugs Ambroxol, Benzocaine and Lidocaine. Potato and cheese toppings
For cough and hoarseness help wraps, which are placed on the back, neck and chest.
Potato wraps are the absolute heat storage, which means that they release heat only very slowly. Crush hot-boiled potatoes for the wraps, spread the porridge in a gauze bandage or a thin kitchen towel and wrap with a towel. Let this wrap work on the chest or around the neck for about an hour.
Topfenwickel alleviate pain and strong swelling. For the wrap, spread the pot on a gauze bandage or a thin kitchen towel about 2 centimeters thick. If coughing, place it around the chest or on the back. If hoarseness is best, place it around the neck. The whole wrapped with a scarf donates additional heat and protects against slipping. It is best to leave the wrap for 2 hours on the body. The cool pot wrap removes heat from the body, stimulating blood circulation and activating the body's immune system. cold baths
Cold and foot baths also help with colds and Co.
Cold bath : For a cold bath, use the additives menthol, eucalyptus, thyme or pine needle oil. This promotes blood circulation and alleviates any body aches. In addition, these essential oils dissolve blockages in the nasal and bronchial areas.
Footbath: Fill warm water with a large bowl and add 7 drops of spruce needle oil. Put the feet in and add so much hot water until it reaches about 40 degrees. After about 10 minutes foot bath, dry well, put warm socks on and off under the blanket.

Winter time is flu time!