Easy and Natural Remedies That Will Ease Your Sore Throat

A sore throat is a huge inconvenience, especially during the work week. Your throat burns when you swallow anything and it hurts to yawn or cough. Basically, everything becomes more painful. Sore throat lozenges work well to ease the pain. However, the sugar can make your teeth hurt. Over the counter medicines also work to make your throat feel better. However, they can also make you feel drowsy and “off”. There are plenty of easy and natural remedies that will ease your sore throat.

Water, Water, and More Water!

I know that it hurts to swallow anything when you have a sore throat. However, drinking a lot of fluids is critical to ease a sore throat. Sipping on water is a great way to ease your sore throat. Unfortunately, it’s not reasonable to have a water bottle glued to your hand all day. If you’re a busy bee that needs to have their hands free, then there are other things you can add to a water that will ease your sore throat.

A Salt Water Gargle

Salt water is great for killing bacteria. It’s also useful to break down mucus that’s in your throat. Also, salt water is a great way to clear your throat and stop your throat from swelling.  You should mix half a teaspoon of salt into a full glass of warm water. Gargle the salt water every three hours. Also, you can gargle salt water and baking soda together to clean your throat.

Lemon and Water

You can add lemon to your water to help ease the pain of a sore throat. Lemons have vitamin C and antioxidants that help fight off the bacteria. Also, it increases the amount of saliva you make which helps to keep your throat moist.

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It's Tea Time!

Teas are a great way to ease a sore throat and many other things. There are a variety of different teas you can drink to ease your sore throat. As a side note, if you add honey to your teas, then it can help your throat feel better. It has healing properties that speed up the healing process of a sore throat.  

Marshmallow Root

Marshmallow root is great for soothing a sore throat. It has a mucus-like substance that coats the throat and relieves pain. You just need to add some of the root to boiling water to make the tea.

Cinnamon Tea

Cinnamon tea is high in antioxidants and helps fight bacteria. Adding it to warm water helps to sooth the throat. You can make your own cinnamon tea or buy some at the store.

Ginger Root Tea

Ginger root helps to reduce inflammation. One of the reasons your throat hurts is because it’s swollen. Ginger root helps to ease that pain. To make ginger root tea you should peel and grate ginger root into a bowl. Next, boil water and add some of the ginger root. Then, let the root seep into the water for 10 minutes. Lastly, add some lemon or sweetener to the tea.

Peppermint Tea

Peppermint naturally eases your sore throat. It has menthol within it. Therefore, it’s great to thin mucus and reduce swelling. Also, it fights bacteria and viruses.

Other Ways to Ease Your Sore Throat

There are a million ways to ease your sore throat. We’ve talked about a few. However, there’s way more than you could imagine. A few other ways to ease your sore throat are to eat or drink coconut oil. You can drink chicken broth or apple cider vinegar. You can consume an herb called fenugreek. Also, you can use essential oils to help ease your sore throat.


In conclusion, there are many ways you can naturally ease a sore throat. From water to various teas, the possibilities are endless! A sore throat is obnoxious and a pain in the behind. However, you can’t avoid it forever. If you get a sore throat, then you can easily make remedies at home to ease it!

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