Black radish juice recipe to soothe a cough

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The juice obtained from the black radish is a great home remedy for coughs (especially after a severe cold or flu). It's been used for generations and is a great natural option. Some people believe that it has a better natural treatment for coughs and sore throats than penicillin, but that's up to you to decide! The good thing is that even though it's not the most appealing of tastes, this recipe contains honey which also helps soothe a sore throat and any cold sores you may have developed from a flu, so it's kind of a double-whammy.

What You'll Need

  • One medium size black radish
  • Honey

What You'll Do

  • Wash the black radish, hollow it out and add 1-2 teaspoons of honey, but make sure you leave some space on the top for the juice to develop. Let it sit at romm temperature until you see a thick syrup. Pour it into a hermetic jar and keep it in the fridge.
  • Drink 1-3 teaspoons every morning on an empty stomach for about a week.

Tips & Warnings

  • This remedy contains honey, so it is not recommended for babies less than 18 months old. Also, don't try it if you have stomach, liver or kidney conditions.
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