Some home remedies to treat a dry cough include staying hydrated, drinking tea with honey and taking a hot shower, according to WebMD. Other home remedies include removing irritants from the air, such as air freshener an... More »

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Honey is a good home remedy for a cough, according to Healthline. Honey, which has a soothing effect, added to herbal tea or to a mixture of hot water and lemon juice — known for its decongestant properties — is a simple... More »

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Natural methods for treating and managing a dry cough depend on the underlying cause of the cough. Some of these methods include staying hydrated, consuming hot beverages and using a humidifier, according to WebMD. More »

Good remedies for nighttime coughing include drinking noncaffeinated herbal tea with honey before sleeping, elevating the body with pillows, maintaining 40 to 50 percent humidity levels in the bedroom, and keeping cough ... More »

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Quick remedies for a cough include increasing fluid intake to thin out mucus in postnasal drip, taking lozenges because they help suppress the cough reflex somewhat, and drinking tea with honey to soothe the throat, stat... More »

Effective home remedies for excess mucus include breathing humidified air and remaining hydrated, according to Healthline. Using a neti pot to drain the sinuses is helpful as well. More »

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Many of the natural home remedies used by the Amish include honey, vinegar or tea, according to Welcome to Lancaster County. A recipe for home treatment of flu in the stomach and bowels combines 1 quart water, 2 tablespo... More »