Good remedy for tonsillitis.

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       At the time of changing seasons, many people often suffer from “onion” tonsils. To treat the disease is not as difficult as using food to keep warm; The treatment is not difficult to find, just pomegranates, pears, ginger roots, bark…

Tonsillitis is caused by bacteria in the tonsils of the palate. Causes of tonsillitis include: colds; too tired; weather changes seasons and decline in resistance. Symptoms of acute tonsillitis are sore throat; fevered.

Characteristic signs easily turn into high fever. Acute recurrent tonsillitis, can turn into chronic, symptoms are more stable, but when tired, will have sore throat, easy fever.

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Sometimes the disease creates complications of otitis media or nephritis. When experiencing a severe sore throat that lasts for 2-3 days and still does not reduce fever, it is best to see a doctor.

Fever consumes energy; the most important thing is for the sick person to stay calm and keep warm; does not burden the pharynx, ensuring the pharynx is cool. Use food with a lot of nutritional value, to supplement nutrition.

In winter, when the air is dry, people should regularly rinse their mouths, prevent colds, and avoid fatigue.

* Tips for a good remedy:

If you feel an unusual sensation in your throat, you can use kumquats. Compared with other fruits with sour taste, the kumquat peel (mandarin) also has a sweet taste. The kumquat peel is rich in nutrition, contains vitamin C and calcium, has the effect of curing sore throat.

Kumquats contain vitamins A, B1, B2, C and calcium… If you eat raw, you feel sour, you can add rock sugar or honey to make it sharper, it will be sweeter. When you add a little water, it’s also effective. Kumquat leaves are also used as medicine, excellent drink, equally effective.

When fever, sore throat can use pear.Pear has antipyretic effect; pharyngeal profit; pain relief, symptom relief. Pear juice is also effective in dissolving phlegm. Use 1 sliced pear to squeeze out water, drink to laxative. When sore throat is severe, use frozen pear juice, easier to drink.

People who have a fever but have a lot of chills or are prone to dysentery, it is best to use heated pear juice.

* Fresh ginger juice.

Making poultice is effective. Since ancient times, ginger is both food and medicine, the old ginger root has medicinal value, in addition to the effect of sweating, cooling, keeping warm, it also helps fight inflammation and inflammation. dissolve phlegm.

Ginger juice added bare skin (dried tangerine peel), the more effective it is. Fresh ginger and tangerine peel each 10g, a little granulated sugar, add 400ml of water, the remaining 1/3 is sharp. Use immediately when warm and resting, double effect.

* Licorice cures sore throat.

Licorice root decoction is effective against inflammation and pain. It is also effective for tonsillitis and sudden sore throat. Use 10g licorice, add 400ml decoction to half, remove residue, divide into 3 parts. Take a small amount of decoction in your mouth each time, first rinse your mouth, then swallow slowly.

* Sand wing pharynx turns pus.

Sandalwood root has medicinal properties, helping to fight inflammation; dissolving phlegm; pus discharge. In the summer, dig up the roots, wash them with water. After drying in the shade, they are used as medicine. However, fenugreek has very strong medicinal properties, when taken, it is easy to induce vomiting, it is best to mix water with licorice. Use 6g sandalwood root, add 3g licorice and 300ml water, still half sharp, remove residue. Use mouthwash, after drinking.

* Pomegranate as a mouthwash.

Pomegranate decoction cures sore throat. One pomegranate puree, add 400ml water. After boiling, sharpen for about half an hour, use mouthwash.

The pomegranate peel has the best medicinal value, so the more effective it is to use the pomegranate peel to dry.

Pomegranate leaves are also used medicinally, with similar effects. Use a handful of pomegranate leaves to add 400ml of water, boil with low heat, drain to half, remove residue; used as a mouthwash.

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