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What Plus Honey Beats Steroids for Coughs?

What Plus Honey Beats Steroids for Coughs?

What Plus Honey Beats Steroids for Coughs?

Coffee! My nest questions are: what if you used Apple Cider Vinegar Tea with Manuka Honey instead?

Is it just the Honey? What benefit does the coffee have, if any? I love coffee and it does have a number of health benefits.

If it’s the honey, and honey is known to beat most meds for coughs, how much difference do you get from different honeys?

Manuka Honey, which is still performing against MRAs infections where antibiotics don’t help, comes from bees that feed on the nectar of melaleuca plants which is the source of Australian Tea Tree Oil.

If GMO, pesticides, and EMF don’t kill all the bees first; could different strains of healing honeys be created by supplying them medicinal plants and herbs to feed on?

The following story does a great job of verifying the performance of natural products against the offers by dark pharma.

Think what else it might suggest and add your comments.

What Plus Honey Beats Steroids for Coughs?

What Plus Honey Beats Steroids for Coughs? Flickr: Amgad Fahmi-My morning coffee with honey…
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Honey Plus Coffee Beats Steroid For Treating Cough

A remarkable new study looking at natural alternatives to medications found that compared to a systemic steroid, a combination of honey and coffee was superior in reducing symptoms associated with a post-infectious cough (PPC).

PPC is a cough that remains after a common cold or an upper respiratory tract infection for more than three weeks, and in some cases as long as several months.

Conventional treatment may involve any number of powerful drugs, many of which have serious side effects, including codeine and dextromethorphan (so-called centrally acting antitussives), antihistamines, narcotics, and bronchodilators.

The new study, published in Primary Care Respiratory Journal, was conducted by researchers at Baqiyatallah University Hospital, Tehran, Iran from 2008 to 2011. 97 patients who had experienced PPC for more than three weeks were randomized in double-blinded fashion into three groups…

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