Cough Syrup with Slippery Elm Bark
Place the following in a glass jar or bowl:
1 tablespoon each of
- Irish moss
- White yarrow
- Slippery elm bark
- Lemon balm
Drink several cups of this liquid a day for coughs.
Thyme Cough Syrup
- Pour 2 cups boiling water, or warm water if using oils, into a glass jar
- Measure 2 Tbsp of Thyme, or use 2 drops Thyme essential oil
- Cool to room temperature
- Strain if using dried herb
- Add 1 cup of honey
- Shake to mix well
times a day for sore throats, colds, and
Elecampane Cough Syrup
- Boil a quart of water in a saucepan.
- When it comes to a boil add 2 tablespoons of dried Elecampane root.
- Turn down to a simmer and do so for 20 minutes.
- Add honey to taste. Honey heals and soothes as well.
- Add 2-3 drops of Lemon essential oil as well if you have it.
- Strain and drink your natural cough remedy.
Honey-Lemon Cough Syrup
- 2 drops Lemon oil
- 3 drops Eucalyptus Radiata
- 1 tsp honey (or use blue agave syrup if desired)
- 4 oz. warm distilled water
Garlic Honey Cough Syrup
- 1/2 c. honey
- 1 tbsp. chopped garlic
- 1 tsp. horseradish (fresh prepared)
Oregano Cough Syrup
Place in a glass jar with a tight fitting lid. Keep refrigerated, use 2-3 times daily.
Cherry Cough Syrup
- Place 2 cups of cherries in a pan
- Add just enough water to cover.
- Add several lemon slices
- Add 2 cups of honey.
- Simmer the mixture until cherries are soft
- Remove from heat
- Remove the lemon slices and the cherry pits from the mixture.
- Refrigerate, place in a glass jar
- Take 2 Tbsp. as needed for coughing
*If making your own syrup seems like too much work, you can always add 1 drop Lemon essential oil to 1 Tbsp. of honey, and take 3 times daily.
ALWAYS USE THERAPEUTIC GRADE ESSENTIAL OILS!
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