Natural Home Remedies for Sore Throat

Sore throat generally refers to the discomfort, pain, itchiness, or irritation of the throat when trying to swallow a liquid or food. Sore Throat affects both the young and the old people. Here are some home some natural Home Remedies for Sore Throat.

Salt water

When you realize you have sore throat

gargle warm salt water. It will help to soothe the sore throat and break down secretion.

Making salt warm water is very simple and easy to do. Use half half-teaspoon of salt in a full glass of warm water. Do this 2 to 3 times a day and you will feel relieved.


Honey is another natural product you can use to cure sore throat.

Honey is sweet substance made from Honey bees. Honey is secreted by bees from the sugary part of plant.

That is, you can either just take the honey empty or you mix it in a cup of tea and drink. Repeat this three times a day for 4 days. this is a home remedy for sore throat.

 Baking Soda 

You can use to it to treat sore throat at home

This is one other natural way to cure sore throat that many people do not know about. Mix the baking soda with salt water and then gargle. It will help relieve the sore throat and kill bacteria’s found in your throat.

Take 1/4 teaspoon baking soda, and 1/8 teaspoon of salt and put in a cup of warm water. Mix it and then gargle. Do this after every 3 hours.

Garlic is natural product you can use to cure sore throat.

Garlic contains natural antibacterial properties, and allicin, an organosulfur compound known for its ability to fight against infections related to sore throat.

Add fresh garlic in your diet and also you can suck garlic cloves that will help reduce the pain and infections of sore throat. But after doing this, do not forget to brush your teeth so that your mouth does not smell.

Sore throat can get you at any time and it makes you very uncomfortable. So how can you prevent your self from suffering from such:

a.  Stay away from people who are sick with an infectious illness like the flus.

b. Wash your hands frequently.

c. Avoid spicy or acidic foods,

d. Stay away from smoke that could cause inflammation.

e. Avoid sharing cutlery’s  and cups with infected people