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DWROBERGE SparkPoints: (378,155)
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11/11/12 3:18 A

rynny nose and cough here!

LIBBYL1 Posts: 5,933
11/11/12 2:05 A

Like others have said.... my mother's remedy of gargling with salt water is the best . But it tastes revolting, so make sure you have some hot water with tea and honey or somethng delicious in it to wash away the taste....

DLDROST Posts: 8,082
11/10/12 8:46 P

it's important to take care of yourself get rest and lots of fluids

BERRY4 SparkPoints: (161,822)
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11/10/12 7:19 P

My "go-to" is a vit C/ Zinc/B6 lozenge that has "cured" me numerous times.
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Then keep up with lots of water.

The previous poster mentioned tea w/ honey...
There is an echinacea wellness tea & you could add honey. OR just hot water, lemon juice & honey. (old-fashioned remedy)

Hope you don't catch "it"!

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11/10/12 4:08 P

tea with honey always

STRANGER70127 Posts: 405
11/10/12 10:55 A

Honey and lemon with a little Southern Comfort... good for sore throat or a cold. Make it into a hot toddy. If I had to measure it I'd say 1 Tbsp of each in 14 oz of hot water. Do it as your capacity requires it. Nothing excessive so you won't hurt yourself.

Edited by: STRANGER70127 at: 11/11/2012 (15:09)
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11/9/12 9:40 P

Everyone always tells me ice cream and popsicles, but when I had my tonsils out, hot chocolate soothed it the most. Warm things seem more soothing to me.

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JULIA1154 Posts: 1,783
11/9/12 7:46 P

My MD always recommends gargling with warm salt water. (Which I do, but hate.)

Chloraseptic is very diet-friendly - you won't want to eat anything after a spritz!

I usually go for something such as Throat Coat tea and, while I know there's no science behind it, I find that Airborne helps me feel better, too.

Get well soon!

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11/9/12 6:41 P

CHICKEN SOUP!!!!

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11/9/12 6:19 P

I use the throat spray and numbing lozenges











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11/9/12 6:18 P

Ixne

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11/9/12 1:39 P

warm salt water gives immediate relief.

I also like SF popsicles when I have a sore throat. And lemonade.

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SUMMERSHORTS Posts: 200
11/9/12 8:50 A

I second the lemon and honey drink suggestion but try adding a little ginger to the mix. Here is a link:

http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/2005/10/1
8/ginger-tea-for-colds/

KKKAREN SparkPoints: (224,209)
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11/9/12 8:21 A

gargle with warm salt water serveral times a day

Karen
TENNISJIM Posts: 11,074
11/9/12 8:19 A

i always do hot water (tea) with honey and lemon

SPOORK Posts: 1,193
11/9/12 8:17 A

Echinacea tea with honey.

PARISAPRIL1 SparkPoints: (8,951)
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11/9/12 7:39 A

I like to drink Throat Coat tea with a little honey in it when I get a sore throat. It works and tastes great!

www.traditionalmedicinals.com/product/thro
at-coat-reg


LISAN0415 SparkPoints: (8,749)
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11/9/12 7:14 A

1. Ibuprofen for the pain and swelling

2. Sugar free Halls Cough drop

3. Chloreseptic Throat spray (sold at Walgreens, CVS)

4. Sugar free popsicles

5. Vicks Vapor Rub at night

6. Vaporizer or humidifier in your room at night to keep your nose, throat and mouth from getting dry.


I hope that helps!

128PERFECT Posts: 3,026
11/9/12 6:41 A

Does anyone have any suggestions for a sore throat that is diet friendly.

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