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Natural remedies for winter coughs

The weather is changing and winter coughs won’t be far behind!

Homeopathic remedies can be very helpful in dealing with coughs. The key is to match the symptoms of the cough to the symptom picture of the remedy.

The following are some of the most commonly prescribed cough remedies:

Aconite – Croupy, dry, barking, irritating, short, tickling cough. The cough often starts in the evening having been out in a cold, dry wind during the day. This remedy works best if taken within 24hrs of the onset of the cough.

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