Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Home Remedy for Post Nasal Drip...

Note: Always consult your pediatrician first.
Not recommended to children 5 years of age or younger...

Does your child(ren) keep coughing in the middle of the night due to having post nasal drip? You might of heard about this simple home remedy that you can do. This will help to dry or thin out the mucus in the nasal passage, that is causing the post nasal drip to occur.



All you need is: Water & White Distilled Vinegar

Put a pot of water on to boil. Once the water comes to a boil, put one cup of White Distilled Vinegar in the boiling pot of water. Turn the pot of water with the White Vinegar off. Pour the combination of water and white vinegar into a bowl (be careful not to burn yourself or your child(ren) in the process). While you are holding onto the bowl (never leave your child(ren) unsupervised). Have your child(ren) breath through their nose the vapors that are coming up through the steam (have them do this for a least 10 to 15 minutes). Again this will help to dry or thin out the mucus, that is causing the post nasal drip.

You will want to repeat this about every four hours...



5 comments:

  1. Good post. I never thought of using something natural for nasal drip (always got my stuff from WalMart)...but this is actually better! :-)
    Thanks for sharing. Also, I am following you from Twittermoms (Web Success Coach). Good to find your blog.

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  2. Wow...perfect timing we are dealing with this issue right now thanks for sharing:)

    New follower from Twittermoms

    Forest Rose

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  3. I remember when I was a kid, this is how my mom took care of me when I had a cold. Now with all the corporate products on the market I think we're losing these great home- remedies. Thanks for bringing it back!

    Andi Andersen
    DogLoversDogBlog.Blogspot.com

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  4. hope this helps you. I had awful bad breath and tonsil stones. thank god my only friend told me to check Oraltech Labs advice as it got rid of her bad breath and her post nasal drip. I've been following Oraltech Labs advice for about 4 months now and I feel much better, also at work people are not avoiding me anymore so it seems to have cured my bad breath as well, so good luck. Jenny NY

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  5. Wow! Thanks for the remedy :)

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