Top 11 Home Remedies
for the Cold and Flu
#1: Drink Plenty of Fluids
Staying hydrated is the
single most important
thing you can do with a
cold or the flu.
#2: Salt Water
Homemade saline nasal
washes thin the mucus in
your nasal passages as
well as keeps the
respiratory passage...
#3: Steam
Steam can help
alleviate stuffiness and
congestion especially at
night when it can get
hard to sleep.
#4: Blow Your Nose Correctly
Close one nostril and
blow out the mucus.
Repeat for the other
nostril.
#5: Rest
Rest gives the body a
chance to repair itself and
boost the immune system.
#6: Chicken Soup
It has anti-inflammatory
properties that can
boost your immunity,
soothe a sore throat
and help thin nasa...
#7: Try Supplements
Echinacea and zinc may
help boost your immune
system and help you get
better faster.
#8: Gargle
If you suffer from a sore
throat through it all, gargle
with warm water and sage,
turmeric or salt water.
#9: Water Bottles and Compresses
Use hot water bottles and
warm compresses to ease
the pain of stuffiness in
cheeks and si...
#11: Drink Tart Cherry Juice
Tart cherry juice is packed full of powerful
antioxidants. Antioxidants helps to body to stay...
#10: Elevate Your Head
Use pillows or a bed wedge to
allow mucus to drain and relieve
pressure in nasal passages.
Looking for More Home Remedies?
Visit: www.TraverseBayFarms.com
Traverse Bay Farms is the winner of 23 national food award...
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11 natural home remedies for cold and flu. Discover how to get rid of cold and flu naturally with these simple remedies you can find right in your own home. For example, did you know tart cherry juice is packed full of power antioxidants to help you stay health. Learn more with this informative presentation.

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Natural Home Remedies for the Cold and Flu

  1. 1. Top 11 Home Remedies for the Cold and Flu
  2. 2. #1: Drink Plenty of Fluids Staying hydrated is the single most important thing you can do with a cold or the flu.
  3. 3. #2: Salt Water Homemade saline nasal washes thin the mucus in your nasal passages as well as keeps the respiratory passages moist.
  4. 4. #3: Steam Steam can help alleviate stuffiness and congestion especially at night when it can get hard to sleep.
  5. 5. #4: Blow Your Nose Correctly Close one nostril and blow out the mucus. Repeat for the other nostril.
  6. 6. #5: Rest Rest gives the body a chance to repair itself and boost the immune system.
  7. 7. #6: Chicken Soup It has anti-inflammatory properties that can boost your immunity, soothe a sore throat and help thin nasal secretions.
  8. 8. #7: Try Supplements Echinacea and zinc may help boost your immune system and help you get better faster.
  9. 9. #8: Gargle If you suffer from a sore throat through it all, gargle with warm water and sage, turmeric or salt water.
  10. 10. #9: Water Bottles and Compresses Use hot water bottles and warm compresses to ease the pain of stuffiness in cheeks and sinuses.
  11. 11. #11: Drink Tart Cherry Juice Tart cherry juice is packed full of powerful antioxidants. Antioxidants helps to body to stay healthy.
  12. 12. #10: Elevate Your Head Use pillows or a bed wedge to allow mucus to drain and relieve pressure in nasal passages.
  13. 13. Looking for More Home Remedies? Visit: www.TraverseBayFarms.com Traverse Bay Farms is the winner of 23 national food awards. The company is the #1 award winning super fruit company in America. Free downloadable health and wellness books and make sure to check out the complete selection of antioxidant-rich fruit-based products including fruit salsa, fruit BBQ sauces, dried fruit and cherry juice concentrate
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