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Winter Special: How to soothe your sore throat?

5 ways to soothe your sore throat, take a look 


A sore throat can be really annoying. The continuous itchiness in the throat can make you feel really uncomfortable. A sore and scratchy occurs as a part of your body’s immune response to viral and bacterial infections. As winters are approaching this would become a common problem.  Some factors that cause a sore throat are- common cold, flu, allergies, pollutants, smoke, dryness and muscle strain by yelling or talking loudly.  Here are 5 ways to soothe your sore throat.

How to soothe your sore throat?

These home remedies will come handy and will give you relief from a sore throat.

1.Ginger Tea

Ginger tea is very effective when it comes to a sore throat. Ginger has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and it may help relieve throat pain. You can simply add ginger to your cup of tea or you can grated ginger to boiling water. Let the water soak all the goodness of ginger, add some honey to make it even more beneficial.

2. Peppermint Tea

Anti-inflammatory compounds of Peppermint Tea is known to be extremely soothing for the throat. You can add fresh peppermint leaves in boiling water for about three-five minutes, and then, strain off the leaves. It will relieve your throat and will replenish your body.

3. Green Tea

It has antioxidants and you can go for honey flavor if you have a sore throat. A hot cup of green tea will help to soothe your sore throat. It would help you to get rid of the itchiness too.

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4. Turmeric Milk

Drinking one hot glass of milk boiled with a half teaspoon turmeric is helpful in improving the condition. You can also add some ghee to it, which melt coat your throat, further relieving you of a sore throat.

5. Chamomile Tea

It has healing properties. It promotes restful sleep and avoids constant harsh coughs at night. The anti-bacterial properties of Chamomile tea and drink at least twice a day to get some relief.

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