Friday, January 18, 2008

The solution of OTC Cold Drugs that are Neither Safe Nor Effective in Kids Under 2

FDA warns against cold drugs for kids under 2, read the full story:
FDA: Cold meds too risky for little ones - Kids and parenting-

Would we leave our kids sniffing and coughing?. Certainly not, and it is ievitable that we search something alternative. Today we use a very old and successful remedy to treat cold and cough, i.e. honey and lemon, but the right way.

For hundreds of years, the best way to use Lemon to cure cough was to boil the INTACT Lemon in water before squeezing it, and no body knew why. In view of the recent findings, the cause may be that boiling the Lemon kills enzymes present in its rind ( enzyme denaturation), these enzymes may change some ingredients of the Lemon juice, consequently we should keep the juice to be boiled INSIDE the Lemon.

The procedure to prepare the best natural cure of cough is as follows:
1- Fill a can with water and put a middle or big sized Lemon
2- Leave the can to boil for about 10-15 minutes till it bocomes soft but intact
3- Take the Lemon and squeeze it to extract its juice
4- Clarify the juice or filter it
5- Add the juice to 1/2 cup of honey ( or about 60 ml)
6- Some people - including me- add 30 ml ( 2 tablespoonful ) glycerin to the Lemon juice before adding honey
7- Add 1 teaspoon Pantothenic acid powder ( 100% pure calcium pantothenate )*, to the mixture which is now about 100 ml. Pantothenic acid activates the suprarenal gland to secrete Adrenaline (Epinephrin) and Nor-Adrenaline which are crucial in relieving respiratory system complaints.

* Type in Pantothenic acid powder ( you may use the search box of eVitamins on the left). If you prefer to use standardized supplement, search for a liquid vitamin that contains at least 50 mg Pantothenic acid or Calcium Pantothrnate per serving, this dose is used in some European cough products.

Give the kid 1 teaspoonful 3 times a day.

It is guranteed that this mixture cures your kids cough, I have tried it.

What do you think?

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