Something for hay
|February 24, 2013||Posted by admin under cold|
Low temperatures and changing weather contribute to colds, and as a result of upper respiratory tract infections. Stuffy nose and flushed, headaches and poor well-being is well known to all of us as the symptoms.
Apparently untreated hay stay a week, and treated 7 days. But it is worth to try to get rid of this burdensome disease.
One of the best methods for hay are hot baths, to which must be added eucalyptus oil. Strongly aromatic oil fix nose and help facilitate breathing. The hot bath will raise your body temperature and thus help fight germs.
Reliable way to fix stuffy nose are inhalation, commonly known as sausages. For inhalation using essential oils or herbs.
As with most oil bath there is eucalyptus oil.
The dried herbs are excellent chamomile or sage.
We only need to inhale pot of boiling water and a clean towel.
Pour boiling water over dried herbs, while oil instillation into the pot already filled with hot water (about 15 drops).
Now it is enough to cover your head with a towel and inhale for a few minutes a few nose and exhale mouth.
To combat the hay can also be a great garlic in any form.
Some eat it raw, others drink in the form of tincture, syrup or with warm milk. Known, although a fairly radical way to fight hay to insert into the nose pieces of garlic.
For those who do not like the taste and smell of garlic is good taking it in pill form.
Tea with honey
Another well-known and proven way to a cold is tea with honey. Achieve the best results if we add to it the ginger and lemon. Honey and ginger have antibacterial properties, and due to a large dose of lemon vitamin C increases resistance.
How to deal with a lot of hay. Remember, however, that it is easier to prevent than to cure. In the autumn and winter should especially take care of the immune system.