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Home remedies for cough and cold

There are several naturally available herbs that can help in curing cough; the following is a list of some of the most effective ones- The herb lobelia is considered to be extremely effective for soothing dry cough. The extract of the herb Reishi is also a powerful herbal remedy for treating cough. Marshmallow root is known to soothe the throat and provide relief from dry cough Ginger tea also helps in soothing throat inflammation and irritation caused by cough A mixture of equal potions of black pepper, long pepper and ginger cloves can also help in providing relief from cough. Sucking on an almond is also known to be effective remedy for dry cough A mixture of jaggery and mustard oil can provide relief from cough as well.

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