Calm Cough With Homemade Honey Onion Syrup


What Is Cough?

A cough is a natural reflex that protects your lungs. Coughing helps clear your airways of lung irritants, such as smoke and mucus . This helps prevent infections.  Prolonged coughing can cause unpleasant side effects, such as chest pain, exhaustion, light-headedness, and loss of bladder control.

These are some common reasons due to which, coughing occurs

-Common cold
-Viral infection
-Whooping cough
-Lung cancer

Here are the remedies that cure cough naturally

Honey Onion Syrup Recipe


2 Organic onions
3 Organic garlic cloves


Cut 2 onions in half moons and put in deep pan. Cut garlic in half and add to pan. Cover slightly with honey and let simmer until the honey has a flavorful onion taste. You can make this recipe without the garlic, but adding it makes a stronger medicinal syrup.

Onions is a simple and one of the best home remedy for cough as inhaling the vapours of onions helps to relieve coughing.

Honey is one of the most common natural remedies for cough. Honey can be used in several ways to eliminate coughing.

Other Remedies For Cough


Eastern medicine commonly prescribe ginger to treat symptoms of colds and flu because of its antihistamine and decongestant capabilities. You can make ginger tea by adding 12 slices of fresh ginger in a pot with three cups water. Allow it to simmer for 20 minutes and remove from heat. Strain, add 1 tablespoon of honey and a squeeze of lemon, and taste; if it’s too spicy, add more water.

Black pepper and honey tea

For a wet cough, you can try a black pepper and honey remedy that is said to work because the pepper stimulates circulation and mucus flow and the honey is a natural cough reliever. Use one teaspoon of freshly ground pepper and two tablespoon of honey in a mug, and fill with boiling water. Cover and allow to steep for 15 minutes, strain and sip.


Take 2-3 garlic cloves and boil it in 1 cup of water. Add 1 teaspoon of oregano to it. Let it cool, and then, mix some honey. Garlic contains anti-microbial and anti-bacterial compounds, which ease up breathing and cough.

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