Parents who go to the store looking for medicine to relieve their infant's stuffy nose are not likely to find any. According to a January 2008 recommendation of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, over-the-counter cold and cough medicines that contain decongestants, expectorants, antihistamines or cough suppressants should not be given to...
Home Remedy for Cough by Daphne2002, food.com: This recipe has been around the net. I found it here: http://www.pitt.edu/~cjm6/sp99cough.html The ingredients are a combination of spices and nutrients with no unpleasant medicinal side effects -- no drowsiness, no dry mucous membranes, no cautions about using machinery or driving. It seems to work for all kinds of coughs but especially for that dry hacky cough that keeps you awake and hangs on long after the cold is over. #Cough_Remedy
Complications Progressive contractures. Deafferentation pain; this occurs when the nerve roots are avulsed in preganglionic lesions. The cells in the dorsal column are robbed of their nerve supply. After the injury (days to weeks), spontaneous signals are generated by these cells, which result in intractable pain for the patient. Bony deformities. Scoliosis. Posterior shoulder dislocation. Agnosia of the affected limb.
Mix Bananas, Honey and Water: Cough and Bronchitis Disappear as If By Magic! (Recipe) http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/infant-and-toddler-health/in-depth/breastfeeding-nutrition/art-20046912?pg=2