Natural Cough Remedies: How to make Romerillo Tea
Hey Guys! Welcome back. Today we have another remedy for you from Dr. Ferrer’s new book, Cough Cures. The main ingredient in today’s remedy is Romerillo, or Romerillo, depending on where you’re from. The Latin name for it is Bidens Alba. You might recognize it as that weed that kind of looks like the ugly stepsister of a daisy that tries to take over your yard, but before you get rid of it completely, I want to tell you a little bit about the amazing benefits of this powerful plant.
It has anti-inflammatory properties, it treats bacterial infections as well as UTI’s, it lowers hypertension, and it’s a muscle relaxant as well as a pain reliever.
Today we’ll be making a remedy to treat the symptoms of coughs and colds. Here’s what you need:
- Saucepan with a lid
- 5-7 Stems of Romerillo
Fill your saucepan with water and set it on high heat.
Make sure to rinse off the plants before you use them.
Here’s a QUICK TIP: Cut close to the base of the plant to get as many leaves as possible.
Remove any roots and all of the flowers from the stems.
Once the water has come to a boil, remove it from the heat, and add about 5-7 stems to the pot.
Cover and let it steep for 15 minutes.
After that, you’re ready to strain.
Add a little bit of honey, some lemon to taste and your remedy is ready to go.
You can drink it like a tea once every 8 hours or you can gargle it once every 4 hours.
This remedy and more like it can be found in Dr. Ferrer’s new book, Cough Cures. More information about Cough Cures and Dr. Ferrer will be linked in the description below. Make sure to let us know what kind of tips, tricks, and remedies you’d like to see in the future. Don’t forget to like and subscribe.
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