Date: 07 Sep 2022
Quinces have an anti-inflammatory effect on the inflamed mucous membranes of the respiratory tract and digestive tract, also for inflammation of the eyes, for gargling in angina, for ointments for burns and skin inflammations
Quince is a vitamin bomb in autumn and its healing properties have long been known and used in folk medicine, mainly as a cough reliever.
We know how debilitating and distressing a cough can be, especially in children. To get rid of it in the fastest way, react at the first symptoms. Then the chance to heal quickly is double. Do not delay and start a quince home remedy for cough right now.
The proven scientific composition and properties confirm the folk experience in the use of quince in the treatment of problems with the respiratory tract.
Quince for cough are used if you want to recover from flu conditions in the fastest and most efficient way possible. Without a doubt, a cough is one of the most unpleasant and persistent problems during a cold or flu.
Instead of running to the pharmacy every time you have a cold and flu, we suggest you trust the power of home remedies. They will be able to get you out of the malaise at this time of the year (and not only) in no time.
The quince fruit has a high content of vitamins C, B1, B2, B3 (niacin), carotenoids (provitamin A), and the minerals calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper, sodium, zinc, iron, manganese, chlorine and sulfur.
It is rich in tannins, sugars, essential oil, organic acids (citric, quinic, malic, etc.), pectin, some antioxidants, etc.
In addition, quince contains protein, dietary fiber and carbohydrates, but is low in calories and fat.
To prepare the magic quince tea you need 1-2 pieces of dried Serena quinces and water. Pour the water over the quinces and let it boil for about 5 minutes. Cool and add a spoonful of honey.
Enjoy the amazing aroma of quince tea!