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Figs are useful in various respiratory disorders including whooping cough & asthma. For maximum benefit, soak 3 dried figs in water overnight in a covered glass container. The figs will soften & break down. In the morning, drink the water & eat the soaked figs on an empty stomach. The nutrients will quickly enter the bloodstream to help support the respiratory system, increase immunity & prevent asthma attacks.

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Colds, the flu, and sinus infections have such similar symptoms that it can be tough to know what truly ails you. That said, a few subtle differences can tip you off. Diagnose yourself using this chart. | Health.com

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Mucus Buster Cold & Flu Home Remedy Drink

Mucus Buster Cold & Flu Home Remedy Recipe from www.anyonita-nibbles.com An easy cold remedy using fresh orange, lemon, honey, red onion and garlic.

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Rejuvenate your lungs with this lung rejuvenator juice! If you suffer from a stuffy nose, phlegm (mucus), persistent cough, sleep apnea, asthma, shortness of breath, cystic fibrosis, lung cancer, bronchitis or emphysema, your lungs could definitely use the wonderful benefits of this juice!

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I take it for granted, and then days like today come where I wake up and feel like I have wads of cotton jam-packed together into every square millimeter of my sinus cavity.

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From disease prevention to an abundance of vitamins minerals, the kiwi provides a wide array of benefits. Kiwis have phytonutrients, which repair DNA, act as the body’s protection against some cancers function as antioxidants. Oz. for Oz., Kiwis contains more vitamin C than oranges may confer a significant protective effect against respiratory symptoms associated with asthma such as wheezing, night coughs, shortness of breath, severe wheeze, chronic cough runny nose. #dherbs #healthtips

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