How to Get Rid of Phlegm in Your Throat
How to Get Rid of Phlegm in Your Throat, Chest and Sinus Cavities for good. What is the difference between Phlegm and Mucus? Phlegm and mucus are very similar and you can use one term or another and be easily understood. Mucus is a thick gooey substance that comes from a mucous membranes in your body, particularly the sinuses. Thick mucus can drain from your sinus cavities and drip into the back of your throat and thicken into phlegm. Phlegm is said to be a thicker mucus and can be a real health hazard as it can block your wind tube and stop you from breathing.
Dripping excess phlegm irritates your throat and and upper chest areas, and causes you to constantly hack out the excessive mucus so you can breathe and swallow normally. This excessive phlegm discharge can not only cause you to get a bad sore throat, but can cause sinus, throat and chest infections and colds as well. In severe cases it causes thick mucus plugs which lodge in your throat and make it impossible to breathe in or out.
Once you learn how to get rid of phlegm in your throat from the cause you will get permanent relief. Excess mucus and phlegm in your throat usually begins in your sinuses, so it's a good idea to treat that first and it will probably take care of the cause of your excess phlegm in your throat. See: Homeopathic Sinus Infection Treatment.
It is very annoying (personally and socially) to have to deal constantly with Excessive Phlegm in Throat. You constantly feel the urge to clear the excess phlegm out of your throat. I know as I have had to do this many times in the past. You just want peace and yet you are forced to hack and try and keep your throat clear so you can breathe and swallow normally. It bothered me and other people would always turn around thinking I was trying to hack up a “Buick” or something.
I've had sinus problems since the late 1990's (when they started regular aerial spraying – Geoengineering or Chem-trailing). The medical doctors just gave me medicines that only helped temporarily but caused other problems with side effects. And after using them for a few days, they didn't work well anymore. I had to discover a real solution, not just a temporary fix. I got tried of constantly not being able to sleep well at night because of thick mucus that would wake me up chocking. And even getting mucus plugs a few times that was scary as hell.
I discovered my chronic sinusitis and excess mucus was coming mostly from excess mold and fungus in certain areas of my home. Like everything in life you need a natural balance to be in optimum health and prevent excesses that cause health problems like excess phlegm. You will discover the cause and how to get rid of phlegm in your throat naturally so you speak clearly without hacking.
What is a Mucus Plug?
What is a Mucus Plug? A mucus plug happens when thick mucus drains from your sinus cavities into your trachea (wind pipe) and completely “plugs it.” You suddenly can't inhale or exhale, and most people panic. It can be life threatening if you can't relax it in time or push any air out to free the mucus plug. It was literally one of the scariest things that has happened to me. I didn't want to go through this anymore so I discovered natural solutions that have been working very well for me. No more scary mucus plugs!
I started by using pure eucalyptus oil as it thins mucus naturally. Then I started avoiding excess mucus producing foods like wheat, soy and dairy. I changed to organic food whenever I can now, as the pesticides are petroleum based oil products that produce excess mucus and phlegm. I also added some phlegm dissolving foods like citrus fruits, ginger, pineapple, papaya (that are all high in enzymes that can break up phlegm and mucus.)
Warm teas can be beneficial as well. If you are dealing with any type of sinus infection or sinus allergies you should treat these as they can produce excess phlegm. Slippery Elm Bark is a natural organic herbal extract for relieving the cause of excess mucus production so you can avoid the dreaded and potentially life threatening mucus plugs.
Excess phlegm and mucus are a sign of infection and frequently from mycotoxins like yeast, fungus and mold spores. Mycotoxins are hidden your foods and even in moist areas of your home you probably don't even realize exist. These mycotoxins are harmful to your health because they produce toxins that cause a compromised immune system, sinusitis and severe allergies. It is called Mycotoxin Illness.
Mycotoxins are not always removed during cooking and food preparation so you need to rinse or wash your foods well and dry them off before cooking or eating. Kids and seniors are most at risk as are those that take prescription medicines, undergo chemotherapy treatment or use antibiotics. Get a home Mycotoxins Urine Test (pictured above) that will let you know for sure if you are affected by them from your foods or your home. I discovered my own chronic sinusitis infections and really bad sinus headaches where due to excess fungus and mold that I had in my body from eating moldy foods and having mold growing in specific areas of my home.
Like everything in this world maintaining a natural balance helps you prevent sickness and experience optimum health. Ginger and Turmeric are the best natural herbs for clearing your sinus cavities and liquefying excess phlegm and mucus. Ginger (you can juice it if you have a juicer but it is really, really strong) and Turmeric (which you can also juice) are great for clearing away mucus and phlegm. They also are potent natural anti inflammatory supplements that help inflammation in your whole body and help prevent arthritis and joint pain as well!
How to Reduce Phlegm
You can learn How to Reduce Phlegm naturally by drinking plenty of fluids, taking phlegm dissolving enzymes and using homeopathic remedies that restore the proper balance to your acid/alkaline balance in your body. Homeopathy is all about balance, and it helps your mast cells (those cells that produce mucus and phlegm) not over produce excess phlegm. I now juice raw ginger root and drink a shot every morning or when I need to clear my throat. Using a good Colloidal Silver Water can help if you spray it into your sinuses or throat area (or gargle with it.)
You can also take a ginger and add it to warm or hot water and get a phlegm thinning effect. If have sinusitis (or a sinus infection or allergy) you can also put your head over a cup of boiling water and inhale the hot steam to help thin mucus. I like adding essential oils to a diffuser clear up any sinus congestion. The Lung Health formula (pictured above) is great to do that (organic essential oils for mucus thinning and congestion relief.) It reduces your mucus producing cells natural flow and stops over activity. It will help you learn how to get rid of phlegm in your throat in a safe and effective way.
Herbal Lung Detox
using an Herbal Lung Detox can help get the toxins and environmental chemicals and allergens that cause breathing problems and constricted airways. Using a good Deep Lung Herbal Detox (pictured above) can help safely and effectively detox your lungs and get the healing response going. It will restore proper alveoli and airway tissue balance while removing the toxins that cause shortness of breath. These are simple herbs for breathing and lung health that really work well together. When using herbs, you usually want to take a blend over taking an individual herb as it works better in synchrony than by itself.
Deep Lung Detox is a precise blend of lung and respiratory health herbs that include the following herbs in a perfect balance for lung detoxing and protection: Elecampane root (Inula helenium), Yarrow aerials (Achillea millefolium), Yerba Santa leaf (Eriodictyon spp. (californicum, angustifolium, crassifolium, trichocalyx)), Mullein leaf (Verbascum spp. (V. thapsus, V. densiflorum, V. sinuatum)), Hawthorn berry (Crataegus spp.), Angelica root (Angelica archangelica), Yerba Mansa root (Anemopsis californica), Garlic bulb (Allium sativum), Osha root (Ligisticum Porteri), Vegetable glycerine, Rocky Mountain artesian spring water & organic gluten-free alcohol.
How To Get Rid of Phlegm In Your Throat Naturally
How to Get Rid of Phlegm in Your Throat Naturally. The easiest way to get rid of excess phlegm in your throat, chest and lungs is to use the essential oils of warming spices to keep the phlegm to a minimum and your sinuses and throat open and clear. Homeopathy and Herbal Medicine works really well to thin excess phlegm from your sinuses and throat. The Mucolytic Drainage Formula (pictured above) is a natural homeopathic medicine that stops your sinuses from creating excess phlegm and mucus. It relieves sinus pressure and restores proper balance to your inner ear, eyes, sinuses and throat.
I've had one before and I though I was gonna die because I couldn't breathe in or out. It was the scariest thing in my life. This did the trick for me and whenever I get out of balance or find myself having to clear my throat to often, I take it and I'm good to go. Homeopathy is all about balance, and when you have excess phlegm you have too much acidity and it needs to be balance to just the right amount. If you have chronic mucus it's because your sinus is probably infected with mycotoxins like fungus and yeast. Homeopathic Medicine like the drainage formula can really help get rid of sticky phlegm in your throat.
Natural medicine excels at restoring healthy balance in your body. It treats the cause of your symptoms instead of just chasing symptoms day after day. Going holistic helps you solve the problem for good rather than finding the elusive magic bullet that doesn't exist. Learn how to get rid of phlegm in your throat the natural way. For more severe excess phlegm and mucus, I'd recommend you get the sinusitis kit that stops the cause of your excess phlegm for good!