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Folk remedies treatment of influenza

When the flu first need to go to the doctor. In addition to prescribed by a doctor means you can use non-medicinal methods of treatment, such as:

Rose hips beverage. Dry berry rose hips crushed. To 1 liter of cold water, use 5 tablespoons of berries. Put on fire, boil for 10 minutes. To insist, wrapped, 8-10 hours, drain. To drink the morning 1 glass every 2-3 hours during the day. You can drink with honey, jam, sugar. It is advisable to drink a decoction of rose hips in the course of a week, gradually reducing the number of doses.

Lip with a snowball. Prepare a mixture using the following relations: Linden flowers – 1 part, the fruits of viburnum – part 1. 2 tablespoons of the mixture to dissolve 2 cups boiling water. Boil 5-10 minutes, drain. Drink a hot drink at night for 1-2 cups.

Common raspberry. Used in various fees, and separately. Raspberry juice with sugar – a good refreshing drink at high temperature. Infusion of dried fruits. 1 tablespoon of herb brewed Cup of boiling water for 20 minutes. Drink a glass of hot infusion 2 times a day.

Lime with raspberries. Prepare a mixture of equal proportions of the fruits of raspberry and lime flowers. Tablespoon of the mixture brew Cup boiling water, insist 20 minutes, drain. Drink a glass of hot infusion at night as a diaphoretic.

Raspberry with honey. 1 tbsp honey, 1 tbsp rose hips, 1 tbsp raspberries,1 tbsp currants, pour 100 ml of boiling water. Withstand 15 minutes. Drink 3 times 1/2 Cup before eating.

Propolis (bee glue). A piece of propolis size of a pea 1-2 must be kept in the mouth, occasionally throwing in language from one side to the other, the night lay your cheek. To keep the day. You can use an ordinary lump sugar, soaking it in alcohol extract of propolis.

Fir oil. In influenza, acute respiratory disease, SARS, pneumonia, bronchitis and other respiratory diseases (especially in children) is used fir oil, combining the rubbing during the massage with the inhalation.

Rubbing the oil to the collar area of the back, chest, doing massage on the reflex zones 4-5 times during the day in 5-6 hours. After each treatment, wrap the patient compress paper, put on him wool socks, covered with a warm blanket and give to drink diaphoretic infusion from the herbs. When inhaled in an enamel pot with boiling water add 3-4 drops of oil and inhale the therapeutic vapors, cover head with a towel. With a cold you can drip one drop of oil in each nostril. Fir oil and relieves the cough. Clean oil is dropped from a pipette on the tongue 3-5 drops morning and evening.

Radish (used for cough). Slice raw radish very thin slices and sprinkle them with the sugar. Appeared the sweet juice take a tablespoon every hour. Grate the radish on a grater and squeeze the juice through cheesecloth. Mix 1 liter of juice with liquid honey and drink 2 tablespoons before meals and at bedtime.

Garlic with honey. The mixture of grated garlic with natural honey in the ratio 1:1 (take at night tablespoon of the mixture with boiled water). Garlic recipes.

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