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Question: My 1mnth baby having common cold since 15days he was born doctor gave medicines bt it doesnt work he is having stuffy nose his body tempera

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Answer: Hello dear... To reduce cold and cough in baby,follow these remedies it might be helpful for you... Breast milk is a natural source of antioxidants,it alone can do wonders in reducing cough of babies , so breast feed as you can. Heat coconut oil with garlic,pepper,and little turmeric powder,use ts oil and massage in throat,chest for five minutes,it will helps in reducing cough effectively Apply Vick's in a betel leaf and keep it under lamp for two min,then massage baby's chest with that leaf,it will cure cough a lot Massage with warm mustard oil,will also reduce cough You can dry roast a tbsp of ajwan ,till it's aroma comes,make a potli,use this as a compress , effective in reducing cold and cough
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