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constant cough

  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 16, 2010
  • 07:49 AM

My throat is swollen and appears as goitre, however, all tests for thyroid (ultrasound) proved normal. It was noted that there is bleeding of a 'pipe' in the throat and told to take selenium tablets three times a day. There is no pain but I am suffering from a constant cough emanating from my throat. Please help...

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  • I'm sorry to hear that. Coughing can be a pain and wears you down. I'm not sure if this will help, but it certainly can't hurt to try! Here are some ways how I got rid of my cough. You might need to use all, are just a few. Gargle salt(kosher) warm water. I would highly recommend this for you.A mixture of FRESH lemon and local honey(raw would be great). Try to get a sort of thick consistently. Don't down all at once! Take spoon fulls and let the honey slowly melt down your throat. This will help smooth it. Take as needed. Tonic. a mixture of 4 cups of water, 1/4 cup RAW apple cider vinegar, and HEAPING 2 tablespoons honey(remember, local and- if possible, raw, but if you can't have both, go for local). You might have to add a little bit more raw apple cider vinegar, you're going for a slightly sweet but tart flavor. When you swallow hard you should 'feel' it. You'll know what I mean once you try it. Serve yourself a big glass and store the rest of it in the refrigerator. Drink on all day. This recipe cured my cough. I hope it will yours. G-d bless!
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    • November 18, 2010
    • 04:15 PM
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