Yummy Teas to Relieve Coughs August 27 2015
• Wind-Heat Cough
General symptoms e.g. a harsh and loud-sounding cough; rough breathing; thick yellow phlegm that’s difficult to expectorate; dry mouth or sore throat; thirst; fever; perspiration; an aversion to cold; headache; general aching; yellow nasal discharge.
• Wind-Cold Cough
General symptoms e.g. a weak coughing sound; slight breathlessness; little white phlegm; runny nose with thin white nasal discharge; headache; aching limbs; absence of perspiration; fever; an aversion to cold.
There are natural remedies to soothe the coughs. Ginger tea can bring relief to Wind-Cold cough, while winter melon tea and chrysanthemum tea are good for Wind-Heat cough.
Determine the type of coughs that are bothering you and consume the appropriate teas that will reduce discomfort.
Good quality Taiwan ginger tea, winter melon tea & chrysanthemum tea can be purchase at