Try this simple natural remedy to help get rid of phlegm in your lungs.
0:00 Introduction: Phlegm in your lungs
0:12 Common treatments for phlegm
1:05 How to get rid of phlegm in the lungs
2:15 The best natural remedy for phlegm in the lungs
5:37 Learn more about how to get rid of mucus!
Let’s talk about how to get rid of phlegm in your lungs.
Common treatments for phlegm or mucus either suppress or pull mucus out. Anytime you suppress mucus, you may end up having the infection longer and weaken your immune system. Typical treatments also come with potential side effects.
Keep in mind that it’s important to exercise your lungs if you’re dealing with phlegm. You can do this by alternating breathing through your nose using your chest and breathing through your nose using your stomach.
Radishes are one of the best foods to get rid of phlegm—if you can, try adding them to your diet.
Here is the best natural remedy for phlegm in the lungs.
1 tbsp. onion juice
1 tbsp. honey (Manuka honey if possible)
2 tbsp. lemon juice
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
Add all of the ingredients to a cup of water and drink the mixture three times a day.
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