Forget NyQuil, make your own cough medicine from natural ingredients right from your kitchen pantry! Not only do these treat a hacking cough and sore throat, they help boost your immune system and fight the cold you have!
Lemon, Honey and Ginger Cough Drops. For those not wanting to succumb to the store bought brands of cold medicine but need some kind of relief from a cough and sore throat, there’s an alternative that you can make at home! This homemade project won’t promise to numb your throat or take away your cough in 20 minutes, but it might just relieve some of the discomfort and symptoms (and it tastes great too!) so it’s worth a shot. There’s only three ingredients in this cough drop, so you don’t...
On your way to celebrate the holidays with family and friends, and someone isn't feeling well? Good thing you created your own first aid travel kit filled with all the essentials for whatever ails them, like boo-boos, fever and tummy aches. Simply fill a container with bandages, pain relievers, fever reducers, cold medicine, tissues and wipes, thermometer, aspirator and other must-haves that help make little ones feel better quickly. Now back to your travels.
Now that colder weather is settling in, we'll be spending more time couped up indoors next to our sneezy coworkers. That means, despite your best efforts, you might find yourself hit with a nasty cold or even the flu this winter. Discover what cold medicine will work best for your symptoms.
By designating each shelf to a different cause (first-aid supplies, clean towels) you'll always know where to look for the cold medicine when you start to get the sniffles or guest towels when your family is staying over.
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