sore throat remedies for laryngitis
Acacia * Agrimony * Bayberry * Bergamot Oil * Black Walnut * Cajeput Oil * Calamus root * Chrysanthemum * Comfrey Root * Couch grass * Echinacea * Elderberry * Elm, Slippery * Eucalyptus * Garlic * Goldenrod * Goldenseal * Horehound * Lemon * Lemon Balm * Licorice Root * Lime Oil * Linden * Lobelia * Marsh Mallow Root * Mullein * Myrrh * Niaouli Oil * Oak Bark * Oregon Grape root * Plantain * Poke Root * Raspberry Leaf * Red Root * Sage * Self-Heal * Tea Tree oil *
Laryngitis is an inflammation of the vocal cords that causes hoarseness or voice loss and usually a dry, sore throat. Many things can make your throat sore, most commonly a viral illness such as cold or flu or the dry hacking cough of bronchitis.
Bitters & Syrups
- Agrimony Tea
- Black Cherry cough syrup
- Blue Vervain tea
- Bronchitis Soother
- Chickweed tea
- Coltsfoot Cough & Sore Throat
- Couch Grass Tea
- Echinacea and Oregon Grape Sore Throat Spray
- Herbal Slippery elm cough syrup
- Hoarseness - Lost Voice
- Licorice Root Cold Tea
- Linden flower tea
- Marsh Mallow tea
- Raspberry sore throat tea
- Sage and vinegar gargle
- Sore Throat Gargle
- Turmeric and Milk for cough
Herbal teas, steams, and gargles are the perfect vehicles for delivering powerful herbal medicine right where you need it for a sore throat. Soothing, demulcent herbs such as mullein, marshmallow, and coltsfoot provide a protective coating that soothes and protects irritated body tissues. Wild thyme tea is recommended for cough, hangover, flu, and sore throat. Berberine prevents viruses like streptococci from latching onto our cells and is effective against infections of ears, nose and throat. A decoction of either barberry, goldenseal, or oregon grape root make a good mouthwash for mouth and throat irritations. Thyme honey is ideal for sweetening expectorant herb teas. The antibacterial properties of simple sore throat remedies such as lemon and honey soothe and heal a raw, dry throat and fend off viruses as well.
Essential Oils add antibacterial and astringent action to sore throat gargles. Add a few drops to warm salt water. Lemon, Bergamot , and tea tree are all good choices.
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