Buckwheat Honey

Relieves Cough with Buckwheat Honey


Buckwheat Honey Cough
The quality of honey viscosity can be used instead of cough syrup is perfect. Basically both are doing the same thing - coats the throat, irritation overcome.

In fact, a recent study in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine found that a spoonful of honey is better than dextromethorphan (DM), the active ingredient in some cough medicine, especially in children. Honey should work equally well in adults, according to study author Ian Paul, MD, a professor of pediatrics and public health sciences at Penn State University. The best part: You will not feel dizzy or headaches as the effect of taking the DM.

Try buckwheat honey (soba), a diversified bit dark which contains more antioxidants than lighter-colored honey. Scientists also believe that antioxidants can help prevent heart disease and cancer. Take as much as 2 teaspoons if you want to relieve cough, for example at night or before the meeting, but do not try to suppress the cough completely. Productive cough during the day can help loosen and expel mucus from your lungs.

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