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Mucolytic Herbs


Mucolytic herbs are those herbs which are used to thin or breakdown the mucus. These herbs are used to cure various Respiratory Disorders.

Effect of Mucolytic on Body :
These herbs effect the Respiratory Tract. These herbs may release some chemicals which dissolve or liquefy the mucus in the Lungs. As a result it is easy to expel the excessive mucus out.

Excess of Mucolytic herbs may cause :

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Materia Medica for

Single Herbs

Onion ( Pyaz ) as Mucolytic

Add 1 tsp Onion juice and Lemon juice in a cup of lukewarm water. Drink it once a day.

Grape (Angur) as Mucolytic

Mix 1 teaspoon each of Grape juice and Honey. Have it thrice a day.

Slippery Elm as Mucolytic

Prepare a tea of Slippery Elm bark. Take 50 ml of it twice a day.

Ginger ( Adrak ) for Cough, Sore Throat

Take ginger juice with honey three to four times a day .
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Dr.Jairaj Mishra
31 Dec 2015
its very effectivewith simple and nice language
Susan Friedman ( Florida )
03 Jul 2017
I had been ill with the flu just recently. My nose was stuffed slightly but running out clear. It was also running down the back of my throat. I had a sore throat for 2 days, chills, fever, and some intestinal issues. It's been two weeks now and, I have a dry hacking cough with nothing coming up. It's been difficult for me to breath....that is, taking a deep breath....I cannot seem to get enough air into my lungs. My throat also feels like there is something stuck in it and like its closing up...and it's hard to swallow. I can breath through my nose but it's still running....seems like a post nasal drip out of the nose and down the back of the throat. I took some Mucinex but think maybe I got an allergic reaction i.e. - difficulty breathing. What can I do to be able to breath naturally again? I do have GERD but haven't had any issues for years. Could my GERD have become active again from the flu and/or Mucinex?? I'm desperate for some relief. By the way, I have a lot of allergies and have to be careful what I take. Thank You for any suggestions.
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