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Syrups are, undoubtedly, one of the best medicines to alleviate respiratory issues, especially the natural ones that can be made at home. Right?
We already taught on our channel some recipes that you can see by clicking on the suggested video.
Syrups have expectorating properties that help eliminate the secretions in the airways, besides offering nutrients that the body needs to strengthen the immune system.
So, in today’s video, you will learn how to make a watercress syrup full of properties that will help treat coughs, colds, and the flu. Have you ever tried watercress?
Do you use watercress in your dishes?
A source of vitamins A, C, B3, and E, copper, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and iodine, watercress is rich in nutrients that work as natural medicines that prevent many health issues. Did you know that?
Watercress syrup helps detox the lungs thanks to its decongestant, expectorating, and fluidifying actions.
It also helps to lubricate the lungs, which alleviates coughs, sore throats, and inflammation in the upper airways. Amazing, isn’t it?
Watch the video and learn how to make this powerful syrup!
Although it is natural, you must consult with a health professional.
The symptoms prevented by this syrup may have different causes, such as allergies, infections, or viruses.
If you have a fever, malaise, green phlegm, or shortness of breath, it may be a serious issue that requires medical orientation.
Try this recipe and share your opinion with us.
0:00 Watercress Syrup To Treat Cough, Sore Throats, Colds and the Flu
0:48 Watercress Nutrition and Benefits
1:07 Watercress Syrup Benefits
1:23 Watercress Syrup Recipe
2:04 How to Consume Watercress Syrup
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