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Health Tips: Tea for Cough!

Tea and other herbal infusions have been traditionally recommended for use in fighting the pesky cough.

The cough is a bodily mechanism for expelling unwanted particles in the system and is manifested as a forceful eviction of air and foreign materials through the mouth. As such, coughing is actually a defense device of the body Tea For Cough.

However, the cough becomes a major irritant if the expulsion of the foreign bodies makes a person hack endlessly, uncomfortably and uncontrollably.

The two types of cough are the dry cough, in which no sputum is evident, and the the wet cough where liquid or mucus is ejected. The mucus contains all the germs and unwanted foreign materials that the body has expelled.

Some herbal tea remedies have been traditionally used to combat cough. Some of these teas are:

Agrimony Tea – May be helpful in treating coughs

Angelica Tea – may help treat hacking cough and bronchitis.

Anise Tea – is an excellent expectorant.

Astragalus Tea – Helpful in fighting whooping cough

Black Cohosh Tea – May be helpful in fighting the cough

Borage Tea – May be helpful in treating dry cough

Bugleweed Tea – May help in suppressing cough

Burdock Tea – May help treat bronchial cough

Calamus Tea – May help fight chest congestion

Caraway Tea – May help fight cough and bronchial disorders

Celandine Tea – May be used as treatment for whooping cough

Chai Tea – May help suppress coughing

Chaparral Tea – When its steam is inhaled, may help alleviate cough & congestion problems

Cinnamon Tea – traditionally used as home remedy for cough relief

Coltsfoot Tea – Helps in treating dry cough and whooping cough

Damiana Tea – Helpful in suppressing cough

Dill Tea – May help in the treatment of coughs, cold and flu

Echinacea Tea – May help reduce symptoms of cough

Elderberry Tea – May help fight cough

Elecampane Tea – has been a proven expectorant

Ephedra Tea – may help alleviate cough and other respiratory ailments.

Eucalyptus Tea – when inhaled, may help relieve asthma.

Eyebright Tea – May be helpful in alleviating cough

Fennel Tea – Can have soothing actions on the upper respiratory tract

Fenugreek Tea – May help in expelling phlegm

Flax Tea – May help in the treatment of cough

Forsythia Tea – May be helpful in relieving cough and influenza

Ginger Tea – may be helpful in fighting cough

Goat’s Rue Tea – may aid in cough relief

Goldenrod Tea – May help ease whooping cough

Heather Tea – May be helpful against the cough

Horehound Tea – May be helpful in fighting upper respiratory diseases like cough

Hyssop Tea – great for treatment of cough and colds

Iceland Moss Tea – May be useful in treating cough

Jamaican Dogwood Tea – may help in cough suppression

Lavender Tea – May be helpful in alleviating cough

Lemon Verbena Tea – May be helpful as an expectorant

Licorice Tea – Can have healing actions on the throat and can help as an expectorant

Linden Tea – May help in alleviating cough and colds

Lovage Tea – May help in treating bronchial coughs

Lungwort Tea – may aid in cough relief

Marjoram Tea – May help relieve dry cough

Meadowsweet Tea – Traditionally used to relieve cough

Mistletoe Tea – may be helpful against respiratory ailments such as cough

Mullein Tea – can substantially help expelling mucus by liquefying it

Myrtle Tea – May help in treating dry cough

Orris Tea – may have substantial expectorant properties

Osha Tea – may help against bronchial and congestion problems

Peppermint Tea – May help clear congestion and cough

Periwinkle Tea – Used as cough remedy in China

Plantain Tea – may help relieve cough and other ailments involving respiratory congestion

Pleurisy Root Tea – may be helpful in relieving cough and other congestion problems

Reishi Tea – may be helpful against cough.

Rosehip Tea – may be effective cough treatment due to its high Vitamin C content.

Rue Tea – may help in the treatment of coughs.

Safflower Tea – may help soothe cough and bronchial spasms.

Sassafras Tea – may help in the treatment of bronchitis.

Saw Palmetto Tea – may help in fighting against persistent cough.

Slippery Elm Tea – May be helpful in treating cough

Soapwort Tea – may help fight cough and other bronchial ailments.

Solomon’s Seal Tea – may be helpful against cough & other bronchial ailments.

Speedwell Tea – May be helpful as expectorant

Spikenard Tea – May help against cough

Thyme Tea – Helpful in treating coughs releated to colds and flu.

Tulsi Tea – may help alleviate some respiratory problems

Usnea Tea – May be helpful in alleviating cough

Wild Cherry Bark Tea – Prescribed by Chinese physicians for cough

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