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Help! I need natural remedies on getting better? My lungs/chest burns!?

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June 26, 2019 / By Masterman
Question: My throat doesn't exactly hurt, it's like my lungs/chest burns. My voice is really raspy and low.. also I have a stuffy nose and occasional sneezing. What can I do to help it? I've been taking Dayquil/Niquil, I've been using a vapor inhaler with a hint of baking soda, I've been drinking tea with honey, what else? Help! I need to get better fast!!
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Jim Jim | 9 days ago
It sounds a bit like pleurisy, where the lining of the lungs becomes inflamed. It typically hurts more toward the bottom of the lung, a stabbing pain and worse when you breathe in and expand the lungs. Usually only on one side but can affect both at once. Usually follows a viral or bacterial infection, like a cold or flu. Usually goes away on its own in 2 weeks. See the link below. You might try pleurisy root in a tea or extract. If nothing else, it is a great expectorant and antispasmodic, which will help with a cough & with pain. I would not suggest taking it with the Vicks products simultaneously. Yarrow tea is also good to help you get over this. Put some camphor or peppermint or thyme oil in your vaporizer. Your health care practitioner can diagnose pleurisy by listening to your chest with a stethoscope.
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Jim Originally Answered: Help! I need natural remedies on getting better? My lungs/chest burns!?
It sounds a bit like pleurisy, where the lining of the lungs becomes inflamed. It typically hurts more toward the bottom of the lung, a stabbing pain and worse when you breathe in and expand the lungs. Usually only on one side but can affect both at once. Usually follows a viral or bacterial infection, like a cold or flu. Usually goes away on its own in 2 weeks. See the link below. You might try pleurisy root in a tea or extract. If nothing else, it is a great expectorant and antispasmodic, which will help with a cough & with pain. I would not suggest taking it with the Vicks products simultaneously. Yarrow tea is also good to help you get over this. Put some camphor or peppermint or thyme oil in your vaporizer. Your health care practitioner can diagnose pleurisy by listening to your chest with a stethoscope.

Golda Golda
I'm not so sure about lungs but here are the suggestions: 1) Head to a doctor if possible. 2) Drink hot water with pieces of ginger in it. 3) Buy Tylenol. 4) Buy the usual medicine for common sickness. 5) Take a shower, eat some sort of grain product, and rest. :S Hope that helps.
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Drew Drew
Not really into mass slaughter of anything that shares our home and garden. Try and track back the ants to the nest and regularly place sugar or something sweet under a saucer along the trail outside. They are purely searching for food and once they have found an easier option they should take your sisters home off their shopping plan..
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Briar Briar
It sounds very much like you have GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease). You will need to see a doctor, who should refer you to see an ENT (ear, nose and throat) specialist. You will be prescribed medications called PPI's and they may possibly want to perform an endoscopy. Don't leave it to natural rememdies. This is something that needs treatment.
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Ahian Ahian
Your best bet is to just go to the doctor. They can prescribe you something or give you the name of a medicine which you can simply pick up at a local grocery store instead of having to go to the pharmacy. It sounds like you have a bad cold, almost near the flu. I would suggest going to the doctors.
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Ahian Originally Answered: Natural remedies for rosacea?
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