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Effective home remedies for sinus and green mucus
If you are coughing up green phlegm, it may be quite unpleasant and you will probably want to get rid of the mucus as soon as possible. There are various home remedies for sinus related green mucus and for general phlegm problems you may be experiencing. Most of them are found right in your kitchen:
Mix one teaspoon of honey with a pinch of white pepper. For 5 days you should take this mixture twice a day and you should stop coughing up green phlegm as it will dry up.
Mix two tablespoons of grape juice with the same amount of honey. For 5 days you should take this mixture three times a day.
One of the simplest home remedies for sinus mucus is to mix the juice of a lemon and an onion and then combine the mixture with boiling water in a cup. Then add some honey and cool the mixture down to room temperature. Drink all of it in one go. To completely stop coughing up green phlegm, drink this mixture three times a day for a few days.
In large pot filled with water boil a handful of eucalyptus leaves and some mint leaves. As soon as the water begins to boil, take it off the burner. Then lean above the pot and inhale the vapor. For best results you should put a towel over your head and the pot to get as much steam in as possible.
This procedure expands your sinuses and takes care of green mucus.
Slice a lemon in half, then put black pepper and salt onto the lemon half. Suck on it, and it should stop you from coughing up green phlegm.
Dissolve some salt in a glass of water and gargle your throat with the water. The salt absorbs the mucus that accumulates in the respiratory passage.
Make some tomato soup. Add ginger, garlic, salt, and ground pepper to it. After eating this soup, you should cough out the excess phlegm and prevent more from forming.
Get a cup of freshly squeezed orange juice and squeeze one lemon into it to make a mixture of the juices.
The information supplied in this article is not to be considered as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.