21 Blogs with Recipes for Home Remedies to Help Fight Your Child’s Cold

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According to the FDA, over-the-counter cold and cough medicines should not be given to children under the age of 4.  The reason for this is that the FDA studies show that these medicines don’t really work on kids and could cause side effects in some children.  So what do you do for your child when they are suffering from a cold?  Take a look at these home remedies and homeopathic treatments that can soothe your child’s cough and cold symptoms naturally.  These 21 blog posts will share home remedies for coughs, stuffy noses and earaches.

Cough and Sore Throat

It can be frustrating for a parent to listen to their child cough and cough and not be able to do anything to help.  The cough leads to a sore throat and a lack of sleep, which just makes the child feel even worse.  These home remedies work on adults as well as children, so remember them the next time you are sick too.  Take a look at these homeopathic treatments for cough and sore throat on these seven blog entries.

Stuffy Nose

Your poor baby is having trouble breathing and isn’t sleeping well because of it.  You can’t give her a decongestant or nasal spray, so what are your options?  You can help your child use a saline spray to clear her sinuses and maybe put a humidifier in her room that contains some menthol to open up her air passages.  Find these and other remedies when you read through the following seven blog articles.


Earaches can really bring your little one down for the count.  Parents often feel helpless when caring for a young child when they are sick.  Don’t worry, you do have options.  These home remedies should help your child feel better and reduce the symptoms, at least for a little while, so that she can get some rest.  These remedies are boasted as safe for children, so check out these seven blog entries to find treatments that you can try right away.

Keep these home remedies on hand so the next time your child gets sick you won’t feel so helpless to help your little one. Before trying any remedy, however, it’s important to seek council from your child’s healthcare provider.

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