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Coughs and foods to take and avoid

Reference #: 773
Submit Date: 12 Jul 2006
Browse Category: cold and cough remedies
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Treatment used: foods
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Country of Remedy: china
Remedy Source: Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New York, p 106
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Remedy Description

Coughs are caused mainly by the body's attempt to rid itself of excess

toxic mucus through the lungs and bronchial tubes; the toxins irritate

tender lining of throat, causing the throat to 'cough it up'.



Pineapple: fresh ripe pineapple is rich in bromelin, a proteolytic

(protein-digesting) enzyme; bromelin literally 'digests' dead and diseased

cells and foreign microbes in the throat; cut pineapple into cubes, chew

well,and let juice dribble down throat, but spit out the pulp; or gargle

with the freshly extracted juice of ripe pineapple, and spit it out.



Persimmons: raw, very ripe persimmons soothe sore throats and contain

enzymes that break down damaged cells and foreign microbes.



Horseradish and lemon juice: for coughs and accompanied by heavy mucus

congestion in lungs and sinuses; same usage as for asthma.



Whole lemon puree: same as for colds.



Other beneficial foods: grapefruit and orange juice; raw tomatoes; raw

garlic; carrot and radish juice (as for asthma).



Foods to avoid: pasteurized milk and all dairy products; refined starch,

especially white flour; cooked meats; cooked eggs.

This remedy can also be used for:



colds