How to Get Rid of Phlegm and Mucus in Chest & Throat (Instant Result)

Coughs and breathing issues occur due to accumulated phlegm in the lungs which cause serious obstructions in the nasal passage.

Phlegm is a thick substance secreted by the mucous layer of the respiratory tract when infections like severe colds, flu, bacterial infections, and viral colds occur. The body tries to protect itself and therefore excretes this fluid.  Yet, as a result of its appearance, which is easily accumulated in the chest, numerous medical issues can be triggered.

The body eagerly tries to remove it from the chest and throat, but if it is in excessive amount it is more difficult thus causing breathing issues, weakness, persistent hacks, fever, and runny nose. In addition to all this, it can lead to more detectable issues by debilitating the bronchial tubes.

There are many pharmaceutical drugs for the treatment of this issue, but most of them are filled with chemicals and show adverse effects.

Fortunately, there are natural remedies that are as efficient as the pharmaceutical ones, follow reading and find out more about them.

  1. Steaming Treatment

This method can clear your lungs from phlegm and thus treat chest blockage. The vapors of the steaming process can be inhaled or you can use herb-splashed water. For the preparation of this treatment you will need the following ingredients:


  • Half a teaspoon of dry rosemary
  • Half a teaspoon of thyme
  • 4 cups of boiling water


Start with boiling the water and then place all of the ingredients. Remove the pot from heat, and if you like you can transfer the solution in a bowl, and then lean over, put a towel over your head, and take in the steam. You need to repeat this couple of times every day.

  1. Apple Cider Vinegar Treatment

This vinegar is an incredible antibacterial agent and it is extremely efficient in regulating the pH change and prevents the formation of the specific fluid. For that purpose, you need to mix 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water and consume it daily, or simply wash the mix to calm the throat.

  1. Ginger Treatment

This fantastic root can decrease throat and chest blockage thanks to the potent antibacterial and expectorant properties. Likewise, it can act as an antihistamine and natural decongestant. Therefore, consume 3 to 4 ginger cuts daily, or prepare the following ginger tea:


  • 6 to7 cuts of ginger
  • 2 cups of water
  • 1 teaspoon of honey
  • 1 teaspoon of black peppercorn


First boil the water in a small pan and when it reaches its boiling point include the ginger and peppercorns. After that cover it with a lid and lower the heat. Cook it for 5 to7 minutes, and then remove it from heat. Once it is cooled add the honey.

Use: Drink 2 cups of the ginger tea every day.

  1. Turmeric Treatment

Turmeric is a remarkable spice commonly found in the Indian dish curry. It shows antibacterial features thus making it extremely efficient in the treatment of respiratory ailments. All its powerful features come from the presence of the active compound known as curcumin:

Needed ingredients:

  • 1 teaspoon of turmeric
  • 1 glass of warm water
  • Half a teaspoon of salt


In the glass of warm water include the turmeric, the salt and mix everything nicely.

Use: Flush with this solution for a couple of minutes 3 to 4 times a day. In this way you will manage to lower the amount of phlegm in the chest, remove the bacteria, reduce the sore throat, and treat respiratory issues.

  1. Honey and Lemon Treatment

Honey contains potent antifungal and antibacterial properties, and lemons, on the other hand are high in vitamin C which makes the immune system stronger and treats congestion. Once combined together they create a powerful mixture that enhances the disturbed respiratory tract.


  • 1 tablespoon of organic honey
  • 2 tablespoons of lemon juice


It is very easy, in a bowl, mix both of the ingredients, and the mixture is ready.

Use: Consume it three times every day.

Additional Tips

  • If you are a smoker quit smoking, as it wears downs the respiratory tract thereby causing chest blockage.
  • Try not to drink cold drinks.
  • Avoid swallowing the natural fluid, but wash it off with some warm water and salt and then spit out.
  • Use a humidifier in your home in order to regulate the creation of mucus in the body.
  • Take in spicy food like garlic and peppers so that you thin the fluid and in that way easily remove it.
  • Make certain not to be near paint vapor, chemicals, or cleaners, which can irritate the throat, lungs, or nose.