Best thing ever! It totaly works! Started getting a cold/sinus infection Thursday....nasal congestion, cough, sneezing, drained, no energy...ya know, the typical cold/sinus infections symptoms. I started this and did it three times a day instead of calling my doctor for a Z-pak like I usualy do. It kept the edge off of it and kept it from comletely taking over and making me as sick. Today I'm almost back to 100%. I'm telling you it works!
Bourbon Cough Syrup for Grownups...works best if you warm it on the stove, about 1 ounce of whiskey or bourbon, 1 ounce of honey, 1 ounce of lemon juice. do not boil, just heat until mixes well together. Pour in a glass, and drink while still warm (not HOT!!!). This is an awesome cold remedy or sore throat fix. Can repeat every 6 hours if needed. (DO NOT DRIVE!)
Horehound is an old medicinal herb, best known as an agent used in cough and cold preparations. It is a perennial member of the Mint family, and has the characteristic square stems common to mints. It is an attractive plant to bees, and has sort of a musky odor when brushed. The leaves are covered with white hairs, giving the plant an overall wooly appearance
BEST thing for CROUP!! I hate CROUP. My grandma told me about this 10 years ago when my then 2 year old was suffering with nasty croup. It has been a lifesaver ever since with my boys who have all had reoccurring croup and other respiratory crap...
Best cough/cold remedy ever! Adults ONLY! Works wonders! ~Old-Fashioned Hot Toddy~ Ingredients: 2 ounces whiskey (we use Jack Daniels) 1 tablespoon honey 4 ounces water (hot from the tap) 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1 slice fresh lemon 6-8 cloves Cinnamon stick Directions: Place the whiskey in a large microwave safe mug. Add the honey. Add hot water. Add the lemon juice and stir well. Place the mug in the microwave for 1-2 minutes or until it is piping hot, but not boiling. Add the lemon…
Agrimony is perhaps best known as a wound herb used on medieval battlefields to staunch bleeding. 2Agrimony is most used in modern herbal practice as a mild astringent and a tonic, the tannins it contains tone the mucus membranes making it is useful for alleviating the symptoms of coughs, bronchitis and asthma. The herbal tea can be used as a skin wash, it is thought to improve minor injuries and chronic skin conditions.
According to the medical journal Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, the main ingredient in this homemade cough syrup works BETTER than dextromethorphan, the active ingredient in store-bought cough syrup.