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Medic for Post-Nasal Drip

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7. Lemon


Lemon helps loosen mucus for easy elimination. In addition, the high vitamin C content improves the body’s resistance to infections.

  • Squeeze the juice of ½ lemon into a cup of warm water. Add raw honey for taste. Drink this first thing in the morning on an empty stomach and a few times throughout the day to control the overproduction of mucus.
  • You can also add lemon juice to your cup of black or green tea.

8. Apple Cider Vinegar

apple cider vinegar


An alkalizing remedy like apple cider vinegar is another effective option. It will help thin the mucus, making its elimination easier. In addition, it boosts your immunity to fight infections.

  • Mix 1 to 2 tablespoons of raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar and a little raw honey in a cup of warm water. Drink this tonic 2 times a day for a few days.
  • You can also dilute raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar with equal amounts of water, heat the solution until it steams and then inhale the steam. Do this a few times a day for a few days.

Medic for Post-Nasal Drip was last modified: September 18th, 2015 by Top10HomeRemedies
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38 thoughts on “Medic for Post-Nasal Drip”

  1. The pollen this year caused misery for my sinuses! It’seems been two months of torture & expensive meds haven’t worked. Go ahead try all of your suggestions tomorrow. Thank you.

  2. You might also try, as an interim measure, putting your head upside down. I usually shake it about as well. You can feel the mucus draining. Works!

  3. To the person who says cows milk doesn’t cause mucus it sure does help in the production of it. It causes lots of problems and it’s not a natural thing for humans to drink but definitely for baby calves!

  4. I used to suffer from migraines. I stopped drinking milk for other reasons & realized that over time, my migraines had gone away. I drank organic milk & they never came back. I believe our allergies to milk are really allergies to all the pesticides & hormones that they put into it. I too, used to suffer from over-production of mucus from milk, but it doesn’t happen when I drink organic milk.

  5. Try chewing fresh ginger it really helps i had post nasal drip for a few days and started chewing fresh ginger and after 2-4 days it was gone

  6. I was a bit sceptical, but I tried ginger tea yesterday, gobsmacked….it actually works. Bought ginger and lemon tea bags (needed a bit of sugar though) and after just one day I can feel the difference. Thanks very much.

  7. Huh, just reading all the comments on eliminating cows milk from diet and how it helped so many with PND, even someone with migraines! I have both…PND and migraine, have suffered for years with both. I changed to Soy milk a few years ago for other reasons and I can tell you it made no difference in relieving either ailment…not even a bit. I will say that a nasal steroid spray gives me relief from the dry scratchy cough but I’m told I can’t use that every single day which is what I’d need. So I’ll try some of these great natural remedies. Thank you!

  8. i have post nasal drip for 1 year.I’ve been experiencing hoarseness for 1 year also and i am ver depressed.I Love to sing and now i can’t sing anymore.I tried medications such as antibiotic,antihistamine,decongestant and i even avoid cold drinks for a year now but it keeps on coming back.I feel like crying everytime i saw a videoke machine,cause singing is my passion and now my voice isn’t good anymore

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