12 Home Remedies For Asthma Cough

The main symptom of asthma is cough, which is persistent and frequent wheezing. Asthma cough surfaces when phlegm gets trapped in the lungs and airway passages, making it difficult to breathe. Most cases of asthma cough are treated with inhalers and antibiotics to remove the phlegm and open up the air passages.

Asthma Cough

However, there are some laudable home remedies as well which are excellent for treating asthma cough and prevent the symptoms from worsening. These remedies are long term and will help in controlling the symptoms of asthma in the long run.

Tips To Cure Asthma Cough

Lemon Juice

Lemon has phlegm removing properties that make it a wonderful natural expectorant for asthma cough. Take three tablespoons of  freshly squeezed lemon juice along with 1 ½ tablespoons of water first think in the morning.

This is also good for eliminating toxins from the body, which too can cause asthma symptoms to worsen. The juice can also be taken before bedtime very day to reduce the chances of asthma cough. With continuous treatment, the symptoms of asthma can be kept well under control.

Lemon Juice

Cinnamon Powder

Cinnamon powder has many medicinal properties and is used to treat respiratory ailments like asthma cough as well. Take one tablespoon of organic honey and add half a tablespoon of cinnamon powder. This has to be taken just before bedtime to prevent asthma cough in the night and also to relive the symptoms of asthma.

Cinnamon Powder

Figs

Figs have expectorant properties and help in draining the phlegm that is trapped in the respiratory tract that causes wheezing and asthma cough. Take 3-4 figs and soak them in drinking water. Leave it overnight and in the morning the figs can be consumed and the water too can be taken for preventing asthma cough and to dry the phlegm.

Figs

Fenugreek Seeds

Fenugreek seeds are widely used for treating respiratory problems. They are good for asthma cough as they are good for removing phlegm and also for reducing bacterial action that can cause infection as well. Soak a handful of fenugreek seeds in water.

Allow it to be soaked overnight. In the morning, crush the seeds along with the water and drink it every day. This is an excellent remedy for treating asthma cough and also the symptoms of asthma.

Fenugreek Seeds

Ginger

Ginger increases blood circulation and also makes your body hot. This is a good and natural way to melt and remove the phlegm that triggers the asthma cough and invariably leads to an asthma attack.

People with asthma cough can make it a habit to take a piece of ginger every day. This will prevent cough and infections of the respiratory tract and prevent asthma attacks as well. You can also prepare ginger tea by adding crushed ginger to your tea or black tea.

Ginger

Steam Inhalation

When you have asthma cough, steam inhalation becomes a mandatory process as it can prevent the phlegm that is trapped inside from thickening and causing asthma. Steam inhalers are readily available in shops for this purpose.

Otherwise, you can use a pot for boiling water and cover you head with a thick towel for inhaling the steam. It helps if you add a few drops of eucalyptus oil or peppermint oil for relieving the airways off the phlegm. The hot steam will soon make you cough up the phlegm and your nose will start running as well as, a result of steam inhalation.

Inhale

Raisins

Raisins have vitamin C, which is a powerful antioxidant and immune boosting vitamin. For asthma cough, intake of raisins are known to be a great cure. Soak a handful of raisins in water and leave it overnight. This cab taken every day morning for relief from the symptoms of asthma and also asthma cough.

Raisins

Pepper

Pepper berries can make you feel hot and this will release the phlegm from your respiratory tract and reduce asthma cough. Chew a few pepper berries every day to prevent asthma cough and also to reduce the severity of asthma attack. It will also stop the triggers altogether if taken every day.

Pepper

Turmeric

An anti-inflammatory agent that can effectively fight infections and bad bacteria in the body, turmeric can be taken along with milk or water to prevent asthma cough and reduce the asthma attacks as well. Take half a teaspoon of turmeric that is freshly ground and add to one glass of warm milk or warm water. Drink this every day before bedtime.

Turmeric

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Garlic

Garlic reduces inflammation and removes bacterial action from the respiratory tract. All kinds of cough, including asthma cough is caused by bacterial or viral action and hence eating 3-4 cloves of garlic a day is generally recommended for asthma patients and chronic cough like asthma cough.Crush the garlic and add to boiling water. Heat in a low flame for ten minutes and add some honey along with it if you want to make it more edible.

Garlic

Vegetables From Your Kitchen

The leaves of drumsticks are very nutritious and medicinal in nature. They are known to be an excellent remedy for asthma cough as well. Take two glasses of water and add a handful of drumstick leaves to it. This can be boiled for ten minutes in a low flame. Allow the infusion to cool and add half a teaspoon of salt, juice of one small sized lime and a few crushed peppercorns. Take this 3-4 times a day to remove asthma cough and prevent the symptoms form surfacing.

Bitter guard is known to be an outstanding remedy for treating asthma cough. Bitter gourd juice can be taken every day morning or take one teaspoon of bitter guard root paste and add equal amounts of honey and basil juice to this. This can be given every day night before bedtime. Continue every day for best results.

Vegitables

Flax Seed Oil

Rich in plant based omega 3 fatty acids, flax seed oil is best for treating inflammatory responses of the body. A teaspoon of flax seed oil can be given every day for controlling asthma symptoms and also treating the asthma cough by improving the immune system response of the body and removing inflammations of all kinds.

Flaxseed Oil

  • Tfoote

    I have used Lobelia and Mullein for several years. Both work great. Check out the cautions against Lobelia. I have never had any problems w/ it but some have.