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Natural Cough Syrup

Natural Cough Syrup

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  • 1 medium-sized onion
  • Honey (preferably organic)


  • Prepare the Onion: Peel the onion and slice it into thin rounds. Onions are known for their expectorant properties, which can help with coughs.
  • Layer with Honey: In a small jar or bowl, alternate layers of onion slices with honey. Honey is a natural cough suppressant and has antibacterial properties.
  • Let It Sit: Cover the jar or bowl and let it sit at room temperature for about 12 hours. During this time, the honey will draw out the liquid from the onion, creating a syrup.
  • Strain and Store: After 12 hours, strain the syrup to remove the onion pieces. Transfer the syrup to a clean jar with a lid for storage.
  • Dosage: Take one tablespoon of the syrup every few hours, as needed, to relieve coughing.



  • Cool and Dark Place: Store the syrup in a cool, dark place. A pantry or a cupboard away from direct sunlight and heat sources is ideal. This helps to preserve the active ingredients in the honey and onion.
  • Refrigeration: Optionally, you can refrigerate the syrup. Cold storage can further extend its shelf life and keep it fresh. If you choose to refrigerate it, ensure the jar is tightly sealed to prevent contamination and  absorption of other food odors
  • Before each use, give the jar a good shake or stir to mix any separated layers.

Remember, while this syrup is a natural remedy, it's not a substitute for professional medical advice, especially in the case of severe or persistent symptoms. Always consult a healthcare provider if you have concerns about your health or the health of a child.