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DIY lemon and onion kids cough syrup

My daughter's cough hit again and so I made her a quick DIY lemon and onion children's cough syrup. Many of you may know my DIY cough syrup, for which you need dried herbs (sage, ribwort, thyme), which you don't just have in stock.

I've been asked many times now whether there isn't a cough syrup, the ingredients of which you usually have at home. Yes there is and I want to introduce you to this DIY lemon and onion children's cough syrup today. This just consists of onion, lemon, a little honey and water. You always have these ingredients in the house and you can start mixing them right away when the cough creeps up again.

DIY lemon and onion kids cough syrup

Cough syrups are supposed to relieve and calm the cough, to loosen the phlegm. However, the industrially produced cough syrups can contain alcohol, additives or preservatives. Why should I buy something like this for my children when I can make cough syrup very quickly? I know exactly which ingredients have been processed and there are no additives that actually do not belong in the cough syrup. Only the shelf life is limited, but due to the simple production, this cough syrup can be made more often.

Due to its sulfur-containing ingredients, the onion is ideal for coughing. It supports the anti-inflammatory and irritation of the mucous membranes. The honey has an antibacterial effect.

Please note that children under 1 year of age are not allowed to receive cough syrup with honey - just take sugar / rock sugar instead.

Please make sure that the lemons are organic, i.e. unsprayed and unwaxed. Because the lemons are used in this cough syrup with a peel.

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DIY lemon and onion kids cough syrup

I give my children 1 spoonful of the cough syrup 3 times a day. It can be kept in the refrigerator for about 1 week.

  • Author:Sandy
  • Preparation time:5 mins
  • Cooking time:20 mins
  • Total time:25 mins
  • Category:DIY cosmetics

ingredients

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  • 1 large vegetable onion (or 2 small ones)
  • 2 unwaxed organic lemons
  • 3 teaspoons of honey
  • 300 grams of water (so that the ingredients are well covered)

Preparation in a magic kettle

(You can find conventional preparation below)

  1. Peel and quarter the vegetable onions, add to the mixing bowl and chop for 4 seconds / speed 5. Slide down with the spatula.
  2. Eight the lemon and add to the mixing bowl with water.
  3. Then 80 degrees / 4 minutes / gentle stirring level
  4. When the time is up, let the mixture steep in the mixing bowl for 15 minutes.
  5. then add the honey (without temperature, max. 37 degrees if it does not dissolve) another 2.5 minutes / level 1
  6. strain the mass and fill the juice and store in the refrigerator.
  7. Due to the very low added sugar, the juice can be kept in the refrigerator for about 5-7 days.
  8. If you take a larger amount of sugar or honey and thus conserve it, the juice will also last longer.

 

3 x 1 spoon daily

Cough syrup with honey is not suitable for children under 1 year of age. Instead, please use sugar / rock sugar.

Conventional preparation

 

  • Peel and quarter the vegetable onions. Chop small.
  • Eight the lemon and put it in a saucepan with the onion and water and bring to the boil briefly.
  • Then let it steep for 15 minutes.
  • When the temperature has cooled down a bit, add the honey.
  • Strain off the mass and fill in the juice and store in the refrigerator.
  • Due to the very low added sugar, the juice can be kept in the refrigerator for about 5-7 days.
  • If you take a larger amount of sugar or honey and thus conserve it, the juice will also last longer.

Keywords: Children - cough syrup

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This home remedy prescription is not a substitute for going to the doctor or pharmacy.

 

 

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