Ease your coughing with Cough-Ease this Christmas Eve

Have a Holly, Jolly Christmas… without the coughing


Just a few more days and it is Christmas. This is a wonderful time of the year. Still, we have to contend with coughs, colds, and other respiratory illnesses. These could be the result of CoVid-1 or not.


Rest assured, the vaccine is making its rounds. This puts an ease to some of our troubles. It is only a matter of time before it reaches you and your family. At least there is some good news before the year ends.


However, the cold weather will probably result in people having the common cough and sniffles. Again, to ease your mind, these are common during the Winter season. You probably just need a few days of rest and some chicken soup to make it all better.

 

keep warm during Christmas to prevent coughing

If you are coughing more than usual, this could be something more. Please do not be alarmed and ease those fears. The only way you can know if this is CoVid-19 is if you get tested. It is possible that you have something else - bronchitis.


Bronchitis is also known as a chest - cold. If you cannot sleep because of the constant coughing at night, you might have bronchitis. You could also feel some soreness in your chest. This includes the feeling of tiredness.


What happens in bronchitis is that the airways of the lungs swell. They then produce a lot of mucus. This is what makes you cough heavily. The coughing can last as long as 3 weeks without any way of easing up.


A virus (not necessarily CoVid-19) causes bronchitis. It is common after an upper respiratory tract infection. There are instances where bronchitis is caused by bacteria. Even then, antibiotics will not ease your coughing and so are not recommended.


The good thing about bronchitis is that it usually gets better on its own. The way you treat bronchitis is also the way you treat a cold. Like we said, the treatment can last longer though. These treatments are not there to ‘cure’ you from bronchitis but to manage and ease it’s symptoms.


Some of these treatments include:
-getting a lot of rest
-drinking a lot of liquids
-using a nasal spray
-breathing in steam

 

The same thing goes for over-the-counter medicines. These can temporarily ease your symptoms such as the constant coughing. In the end, it is your body which will bounce back. That is why we always emphasize that you have to keep your body healthy and your immune system strong.

 

over-the-counter medicines for cough

To help your body combat bronchitis, Traditional Chinese Medicine has another medicine you can try. It is a medicine with natural ingredients to help you ease your lungs and  constant coughing. Introducing to you all, cough-ease.


What is cough-ease?

 

Cough-Ease is an herbal remedy that relieves bronchial discomforts and supports a healthy respiratory system.  Cough-Ease is naturally formulated to relieve cough, soothe the throat and clear congestion. Cough-ease is used for the following: Sore throat, Persistent coughing, Cold and flu, & Chest congestion.

cough-ease to ease cough, colds and flu

 

What are the herbal ingredients found in cough-ease?


Just like other herbal remedies, cough-ease is made up of several ingredients. These ingredients are great for fighting cough and removing phlegm from your lungs. You don’t have to worry about a heavy chest this Christmas. This all thanks to the following ingredients: (Note: This is not an exhaustive list)


1. Apricot Seed
Pinyin: Xìng Rén
Scientific name: Prunus armeniaca, Prunus sibirica or Prunus mandshurica

 

apricot seed in cough-ease herbal supplement

 

Main purported TCM actions: 
-Stops cough and wheezing caused by either Heat or Cold
-Lubricates the Intestines and relieves constipation.

 

Apricots are more known as a source of food. It is used as an ingredient in some dishes. Studies show that methanol and water extracts of apricot have antimicrobial and antioxidant activity. These show that they are a healthy ingredient.


In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Apricots are both bitter and sweet. Bitter ingredients are said to cleanse the body, removing impurities through urination and bowel movements. Sweet ingredients, on the other hand, are known to detoxify the body. This makes apricot an excellent ingredient in Cough-Ease.

 


2. Dried Ginger
Pinyin: Gān Jiāng
Scientific name: Zingiber officinale

 

dried ginger in cough-ease herbal supplement

 

Main purported TCM actions: 
-Warms the Spleen and expels Cold. 
-Warms the Lungs and assists expectoration of Cold Phlegm. 
-Stops chronic bleeding caused by Cold.

 

Ginger has been traditionally known to have antioxidant properties. It is a  recommended remedy from dysmenorrhea to morning sickness. Some even say it eases pain in osteoarthritis. The more common use of ginger as a remedy is during a cough or cold. That is why it is included as an ingredient in Cough-Ease herbal supplement.

 

3. Liquorice
Pinyin: Gān Cǎo 
Scientific name: Glycyrrhiza uralensis

 

liquorice in cough-ease herbal supplement

 

Main purported TCM actions:
-Moistens the Lungs, expel phlegm and stops coughing.
-Relieves spasms and alleviates pain. 
-Harmonizes and moderates the effects of other herbs.

 

Clinical studies show that there are beneficial effects of liquorice. These include anti-ulcer, anti-viral, and hepatoprotective responses. There are also some studies which suggest that flavonoids extracted from it have some anti-depressant effects. This is great for those who are suffering from depression.


In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), it targets the lungs. It is also known as a sweet ingredient. Sweet ingredients are said to detoxify the body. Aside from that, it is known as a ‘Neutral’ ingredient, and is used to balance other ingredients in Cough-Ease herbal supplement.


4. White peony root
Pinyin: Bai Shao
Scientific name: Paeonia lactiflora

 

White Peony Root in cough-ease herbal supplement

 

Main purported TCM actions:
-Nourishes Liver blood
-regulates menstruation
-alleviates pain

 

In Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), what is used in the White Peony is the root, with the root bark removed. To remove the root bark, the roots are boiled in water until the interior cross section is no longer white. Then it is placed in cold water. After, the bark becomes easy to scrape off with a bamboo knife or piece of broken porcelain. That is what is then added in Cough-Ease herbal supplement.


5.Schisandra fruit
Pinyin: Wu Wei Zi
Scientific name: Schisandra chinensis

 

Schisandra fruit in cough-ease herbal supplement

 

Main purported TCM actions:
-Contains leakage of Lungs
-tonifies Kidneys
-inhibits sweating
-generates fluids

 

The fruit of this Schisandra plant is used as a tea where it is boiled, then bottled for future use. It is usually taken with honey for taste. The concoction is also used to make a refreshing drink. It is a sought-after fruit, as well as an ingredient in Cough-Ease herbal supplement.


With all these ingredients, it is no wonder cough-ease is just what you need for this Christmas. Do not be complacent when it comes to your health. You can enjoy the last few days of the year without the discomfort of heavy coughing. Ease you cough with cough-ease herbal supplement today!

Note: This has no approved therapeutic claims from the FDA. For cough and other symptoms of respiratory illnesses, always consult your doctor.

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