Foods to Avoid & Twelve Natural Cough Remedies to Prevent ‘Chemical Poisoning’ & Nourish Brain & Body!

Tips to Help Prevent & Reverse a Cold, Flu, Cancer, etc ~ AVOID ALL CAFO-GMO FACTORY FOODS! THEY ARE NOT-BIO-AVAILABLE!! THEY ARE OVER-MILLED, CAUSE OBESITY ~ (WHEAT BELLY) & OVER-HEATED 

~ They cannot possibly NOURISH THE BODY & MIND!

Factory (CARNIVAL) Foods ~ CAUSE HAIR LOSS, ARTHRITIS, NEURAL DISEASES & THEY ARE DEPOSITED IN THE BRAIN ~ ALZHEIMER’S TAU PLAQUE & DEMENTIA & DO NOT ARM THE ‘IMMUNE SYSTEM’!!

~ FAMINE TO BRAIN & BODY (JOINT REPLACEMENTS, ETC)

** INSTEAD ~ Rely on Non-GMO, Not-Altered by CAFO processes ~ Over-Milling & Over-Heating (for SHELF-LIFE – Not the Quality of our Lives!)

Difficult to find with the ‘Modern (for Profit) Mindset of today ~ but ‘Life Saving’ foods are:

~ Non-GMO, not Over-Milled Ancient Grains (Avoid all Modern Soy, Corn & Factory Farmed Animals, Dairy & Eggs fed with GMO Alfalfa, Corn or Soy~

~ Wild Caught Seafood (not fed Factory Farmed & fed GMO)

~ Pasture-raised Meat, Dairy & Eggs ~ (outside in Sun making Vitamin D & eating Omega 3 for us!

~ CAFO-GMO MEAT, DAIRY, EGGS ‘FREE-RANGE IN A BARN’~ living STRESSED lives & are fed GMO & then the food they are not CLEAN & HEATED TO KILL WHAT IS BENEFICIAL ~

BAN GMO ~ FACTORY FARMS COLLAPSE & SMALL FARMERS RETURN! (This trend is ALREADY BEGINNING TO GROW TO A HEALTHY BUSINESS)

~ Wild & Pasture-raised butcher shops & Dairy that do not Over-Heat (Pasteurize) are spring up all over ~ Graze outside on a Pasture ALL DAY!

It is not always possible to avoid getting a cough, but the following tips can reduce the risk: In Addition to Removing Factory (Synthetic) Foods~

** Washing hands regularly: Use soap and warm water to remove bacteria and viruses from the skin. Teach children how to wash their hands properly. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer outside the home when necessary ~ Chemical sanitizers are CHEMICALS & TAX THE BODY!

** Using NATURAL disinfectant~ NEEM OIL OR POWDER or other ESSENTIAL OILS, SALT, APPLE CIDER VIEGAR
How do you make a natural disinfectant?
Ingredients
1/2 cup high-proof vodka or rubbing alcohol or vinegar.
1/2 cup white distilled vinegar.
3/4 cup water.
50-60 drops tea tree essential oil or lavender essential oil.
Homemade Multi-Purpose Disinfectant and Deodorizing Spray …
https://livesimply.me › homemade-disinfectant-spray

**When a family member is ill, clean the kitchen, BED LINENS and bathroom regularly with a NATURAL disinfectant
~ Wash bedding, towels, and soft toys on a hot wash.

** Staying hydrated: Drink enough water, herbal teas, and other beverages to avoid dehydration.

** Reducing stress:
~ Avoid eating ‘STRESSED’ Factory Farmed Meat, Dairy & Eggs ~ Stress affects the ‘immune system’ and increases the risk of getting sick.
~ To alleviate stress, a person can exercise regularly, meditate, do deep breathing ~QI GONG, YOGA & try progressive muscle relaxation techniques.

~ Getting enough REM sleep: Aim to sleep for 7–9 hours each night to stay fit and healthy.
Avoiding contact with people who are sick: Maintain a safe distance from people who have a head cold, flu, or a cough.

~ Taking immune-boosting supplements MAY NOT BE SUCH A GOOD IDEA:
INSTEAD OF RELYING ON taking SUPPLEMENTS ~ Rely on Nutrient-dense foods such as dates, figs, Peeled fruits & vegetables ~ Smoothies with Kale, etc.
~ SUPPLEMENTS DO NOT CONTAIN MACRONUTRIENTS, MICRONUTRIENTS, PHYTOCHEMICALS, A FULL COMPLIMENTS OF VITAMINS OR MINERALS OR FIBER ~ Or TAKE VITAMIN C & EAT 2 ORANGES AT THE SAME TIME !!

~ Allergy symptoms can sometimes mimic those of a cold. Reduce allergy flare-ups by avoiding triggers such as CAFO-GMO Factory Foods especially GMO Soy, Corn & animals who are fed GMO alfalfa, corn, soy) ~ also pollen, dust mites, animal dander & mold (GMO also know as GMOLD~

Twelve natural cough remedies~
People use a range of natural remedies to try to treat a persistent cough.
Here, we look at 12 of these remedies in more detail.

** Honey tea (Manuka Honey) ~ Manuka honey appears to be damaging to bacterial cells, which promotes healing. Regular honey is smooth and uniform in color. As stated above, manuka honey is honey sourced only from the manuka plant and contains different UMF ratings depending on the product. “Compared to regular honey, manuka honey looks darker and thicker and is more difficult to spread.”Sep 29, 2017
Is Manuka Honey Really Better Than Normal Honey? | HuffPost …
https://m.huffingtonpost.com.au › 2017/09/28 › is-manuka-honey-really-bet…

A popular home remedy for coughs is mixing honey with warm water. (Green tea)
According to some research, honey may relieve coughs.
A on treatments for nighttime coughing in children compared dark honey with the cough-suppressing medication dextromethorphan and with no treatment.

The researchers reported that honey provided the most significant relief from coughing, followed by dextromethorphan (DM)
Although the benefits of honey over dextromethorphan were small, parents rated honey most favorably of all three interventions.

To use honey to treat a cough, mix 2 teaspoons (tsp) with warm water or an herbal tea. Drink this mixture once or twice a day. Do not give honey to children of age.

** Ginger
Ginger may ease a dry or asthmatic cough, as it has anti-inflammatory properties. It may also relieve nausea and pain.
One suggests that some anti-inflammatory compounds in ginger can relax membranes in the airways, which could reduce coughing. The researchers mainly studied the effects of ginger on human cells and animals ~
Brew up a soothing ginger tea by adding 20–40 grams (g) of fresh ginger slices to a cup of hot water. Allow to steep for a few minutes before drinking. Add honey or lemon juice to improve the taste and further soothe a cough.

** Fluids (Spring mineral water laced with coffee, tea, fruit juice or Kombucha tea)
Staying hydrated is vital for those with a cough or cold. indicates that drinking liquids at room temperature can alleviate coughing, a runny nose & sneezing.
The symptom relief was immediate and remained for a continued period after finishing the hot beverage.
Hot beverages that may be comforting include:
clear bone broths
herbal teas
decaffeinated black tea
warm water
warm fruit juices
Kombucha tea

** Steam
A wet cough, which is one that produces mucus or phlegm, may improve with steam. Take a hot shower or bath and allow the bathroom to fill with steam. Stay in this steam for a few minutes until symptoms subside. Drink a glass of water afterward to cool down and prevent dehydration.
Alternatively, make a steam bowl. To do this, fill a large bowl with hot water. Add herbs or essential oils, such as eucalyptus or rosemary, which may also relieve decongestion. Lean over the bowl and place a towel over the head. This traps the steam. Inhale the vapors for 5 minutes. If the steam feels hot on the skin, discontinue until the skin cools down.
People with a wet cough or chest congestion may also wish to follow the recommendations of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Trusted Source
(NHLBI) and use a cool-mist humidifier or steam vaporizer in their home.

** Marshmallow root
Marshmallow root is an herb that has a long history of use as a treatment for coughs and sore throats. The herb can ease irritation resulting from coughing because of its high mucilage content. Mucilage is a thick, gluey substance that coats the throat.
One small study revealed that an herbal cough syrup containing marshmallow root, along with thyme and ivy, effectively relieved coughs resulting from common colds and respiratory tract infections. After 12 days of taking the syrup, 90 percent of the participants rated their effectiveness as good or very good.
Marshmallow root is also available as a dried herb or a bagged tea. Add hot water to either and then drink it immediately or allow it to cool first. The longer the marshmallow root steeps in the water, the more mucilage will be in the drink.
Side effects can include stomach upset, but it may be possible to counter this by drinking extra fluids.
Marshmallow root is available to purchase in health stores or online.

** Sea Salt (with Kelp Granules for Iodine) Water Gargle~
This simple remedy is one of the most effective for treating a sore throat and wet cough. Saltwater reduces phlegm and mucus in the back of the throat which can lessen the need to cough.
Stir half a teaspoon of salt into a cup of warm water until it dissolves. Allow the solution to cool slightly before using it to gargle. Let the mixture sit at the back of the throat for a few moments before spitting it out. Gargle with salt water several times each day until the cough improves.
Avoid giving saltwater to younger children as they may not be able to gargle properly, and swallowing salt water can be dangerous.

** Bromelain ~ Pineapples contain bromelain, which may help to treat a cough.
Bromelain is an enzyme that comes from pineapples. It is most plentiful in the core of the fruit.
Bromelain has anti-inflammatory properties and may also have mucolytic properties, which means that it can break down mucus and remove it from the body.
Some people drink pineapple juice daily to reduce mucus in the throat and suppress coughing. However, there may not be enough bromelain in the juice to relieve symptoms.

** Thyme
Thyme has both culinary and medicinal uses and is a common remedy for a cough, a sore throat, bronchitis, and digestive issues.
The research found that a cough syrup consisting of thyme and ivy leaves relieved coughing more effectively and more rapidly than a placebo syrup in people with acute bronchitis. Antioxidants in the plant may be responsible for its benefits.
To treat coughs using thyme, look for a cough syrup that contains this herb. Alternatively, make thyme tea by adding 2 tsp of dried thyme to a cup of hot water. Steep for 10 minutes before straining and drinking.-
or make Shrimp File Gumbo, Farro Italian Rice & Pasture-fed bone broth & GENEROUS THYME!

** Slippery elm
Native Americans
slippery elm bark to treat coughing and digestive issues. Slippery elm is similar to marshmallow root as it contains a high level of mucilage, which helps to soothe a sore throat and cough.
Make slippery elm tea by adding 1 tsp of the dried herb (or a drop of extract) to a cup of hot water. Steep for at least 10 minutes before drinking.
Common ones include Kombucha, Kefir, Pasture-fed cow or goat cheese, salami from Pasture-raised animals, Raw Pastured cow or goat yogurt, & sourdough bread with plant protein & NOT OVER-MILLED.

** Probiotics ~ (not the pill) ~ but Fermented ‘Live’ foods~
Kombucha tea
Kimchi
Sauerkraut
FERMENTED Pickles
Water Kiefer
Pasture-raised yogurt & Raw whole milk with ‘brain-healthy fat’ (from Pasture-raised cows or goats)
Raw European Cheeses (Whole Foods)~
Miso soup (MISO (SOY PASTE) FROM JAPAN OR OTHER COUNTRIES THAT BAN GMO!
Miso soup is rich in probiotics. (HEATING DESTROYS LIVE PROBIOTIC FOODS)

Fermented foods do not directly relieve a cough, but they may boost the immune system by balancing the bacteria in the gut.

** A superior immune system can help to fight off infections or allergens that may be causing the cough.

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