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Prevention of allergic airway hyperresponsiveness and remodeling in mice by Astragaliradix Antiasthmatic decoction

Posted December 26, 2013

Astragali radix Antiasthmatic Decoction (AAD), a traditional Chinese medication, is found effective in treating allergic diseases and chronic cough. The purpose of this study is to determine whether this medication could suppress allergen-induced airway hyperresponsiveness (AHR) and remodeling in mice, and its possible mechanisms.

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Antimicrobial activity and cytotoxicity of the ethanol extract, fractions and eight compounds isolated from Eriosema robustum (Fabaceae)

Posted October 29, 2013

The aim of this study was to evaluate the antimicrobial activity and the cytotoxicity of the ethanol crude extract, fractions and isolated compounds from the twigs of Eriosema robustum, a plant used for the treatment of coughs and skin diseases.

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Another reason to eat chocolate: it may cure your cough

Posted January 17, 2013

Not everyone needs a reason to eat chocolate. But it’s always nice to know there are valid health reasons that support this pleasure. Even then, it’s no excuse to understand which type of chocolate has the most health benefits value.

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Homeopathy dramatically more effective at preventing and treating whooping cough than allopathic medicine

Posted November 26, 2012

Living in a toxic world isn’t easy, but we can protect ourselves with a bit of knowledge and awareness. Vaccination is a prime example. Concoctions of poison, vaccines are linked with autism, seizures and death. Astoundingly, the CDC is the biggest cheerleader of these harmful jabs even when they have been shown to be ineffective. And now, more are being pushed onto the public due to the recent outbreak of whooping cough (pertussis) that is raging across the U.S. A solution for this insanity can be found with homeopathy — an exceptionally safe and successful remedy for infectious disease.

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Wild Cherry Bark: A Natural Cough Suppressant?

Posted November 20, 2012

Some natural cough syrups contain wild cherry bark, a natural remedy long used in herbal medicine. Extracted from the Prunus serotina tree, wild cherry bark is thought to suppress coughs and aid in the treatment of the common cold.

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Honey: A Sweet Alternative for Treating Cough in Children

Posted August 6, 2012

Honey is more effective than a placebo in controlling nighttime cough in children with upper respiratory infections (URI), according to the results from a new randomized placebo-controlled, double-blind trial. The results were published online August 6 in Pediatrics.

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The influence of a series of five dry cupping treatments on pain and mechanical thresholds in patients with chronic non-specific neck pain – a randomised controlled pilot study

Posted April 30, 2012

In this preliminary trial we investigated the effects of dry cupping, an ancient method for treating pain syndromes, on patients with chronic non-specific neck pain. Sensory mechanical thresholds and the participants’ self-reported outcome measures of pain and quality of life were evaluated.

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