Mix Bananas, Honey, and Water: Cough and Bronchitis Will Disappear

During the winter season, colds and coughs are always there to remind us of our frailty.  Additionally, coughs can be a result of smoking, air pollution, second-hand smoking, and old age.

There is a way for the body to clean up the respiratory system and indicate an infection such as bronchitis, or some other issue in the body.

According to the Mayo Clinic:

“A cough is considered “acute” if it lasts less than three weeks. It is considered “chronic” if it lasts longer than eight weeks (four weeks in children).

Some causes of coughs include:

Common causes  of acute coughs :

  • Common cold
  • Influenza (flu)
  • Inhaling an irritant
  • Pneumonia
  • A whooping cough

Common causes of chronic coughs:

  • Allergies
  • Asthma (most common in children)
  • Bronchitis
  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
  • Postnasal drip”

Moreover, “although the causes are varied, the reason you cough is to help your body get rid of foreign material or mucus from your lungs and upper airway passages. It’s one of your body’s protective mechanisms designed to keep you breathing easy. Sometimes, it’s easy to determine why you’re coughing but it can also be a mystery.

By paying attention to the details – the sound of your cough, for instance, along with accompanying symptoms – you can often identify the cause, which is important for getting on the road to recovery. Following are seven common reasons for a cough, and what to do about them.”- says Dr.Mercola.

Out first reaction to a cough is a visit to the pharmacy, where we buy a cough syrup and believe that it is the best way to soothe it. However, it is not the case apparently, as researchers have found that they are rarely effective.

Fortunately, the versatile natural medicine is here to help again!

Homemade Banana Cough Cream


  • 2 ripe organic bananas
  • 2 tablespoons of raw organic honey
  • 400 milliliters of water


In a bowl, mash the bananas using a wooden spoon, boil the water, and add it to the bowl. Leave it aside to cool for half an hour, covered.

Then, add honey, stir, take 100 ml of it 4 times daily. Before consumption, you can heat it a bit.

Despite relieving the cough and the accompanying symptoms, bananas will boost your serotonin levels, and help you to easily fall asleep.

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  1. Susie Reply

    Does this work on 6 months old babie???

    • Alice Reply

      No! Babies under 1 year can not have honey!

      • Roxie Reply

        That is not true I’ve gave my son zarbees since he was a month old so no that is false

    • Mary Reply

      You should not feed a baby under 1 honey. It could cause botulism

      • Debra Reply

        How do your store and for how long?

      • Janemarie Chandler Reply

        It’s actually two years and no strawberries until two years also.

        • Amanda Reply

          No. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics it is 1 year for honey. There is also no evidence that waiting to introduce baby-safe (soft), allergy-causing foods, such as eggs, dairy, soy, peanuts, or fish, beyond 4 to 6 months of age prevents food allergy. They can have strawberries.

    • Taza Reply

      Will the bananas care if I don’t use a wooden spoon?

      • Roxie Reply

        We about to find out I highly doubt it
        But fingers cross it minimizes the effects of asthma or the chronic cough associated with asthma .

    • K Reply

      No babies less than 1 year old cannot have honey.

    • Roxie Reply

      Not sure about this but zarbees is all natural honey and it says u can give to babies I gave mine since he was a month or so old and now he is about to be 3

  2. Susan Reply

    Will this work on asthma?

  3. Lisa Norton Hall Reply

    I’ve had a bad cough for over 5 weeks I’m exhausted.

    • Moe Reply

      I feel your pain

  4. Dee Reply

    Doctors actually recommend honey, peanut butter and eggs starting at 6 months now to prevent babies from developing allergies. I’m curious if this works in general.

    • Linda Ilsley Reply

      They recommend trace amounts of honey until a year old and re peanut butter: “The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology recommends introducing peanut butter to your baby only after other solid foods have been fed to them safely, without any symptoms of allergies. This can happen between 6 and 8 months of age.”

      • Elizabeth Parkins Reply

        How much is trace amounts of honey? My 10 almost 11 month old son has a nasty cough and I think his throat is starting to get sore and honey helps mine so I was just curious

    • Roxie Reply

      Thank you zarbees age limit starts at 2 months

  5. Melanie Reply

    Dee i was just about to say the same thing.

  6. Anna Reply

    Will non-organic bananas and honey work? I have those at the house now and need some relief!

    • timmy Reply


  7. Michelle Reply

    Yes, babies younger than 1 year old should not be given honey. Clostridium bacteria that cause infant botulism usually thrive in soil and dust. … As kids get older, they can have honey because their mature digestive systems move the Clostridium bacteria spores through the body before they can cause harm. They are saying okay to give Peanut Butter earlier but don’t give them Honey until after 1 year of age. Give them Strawberries and Blueberries in that little fruit netting thing, freeze the fruit just a little bit so they can use it to teeth on. Not until they can hold it and know the hand to mouth feeding thing though

  8. Sara Reply

    How do you store this and how long can it store?

  9. Donna Reply

    It is good, I think it works

  10. Apeh Ifeanyi Malachy Reply

    I will try this at home.
    The testimonies that people that have used it are sharing is interesting.
    Many thanks to the author for this beautiful write up.

  11. Phyllis Foster Reply

    What type of honey

  12. Portia Reply

    How do we store this ?
    How long can this be stored ?

  13. Janice Pettey Reply

    So if all ingredients on organic then it doesn’t work, an why must it be a wooden spoon, i use pure honey my brother friend has a bee farm an he makes light an dark honey i normally buy the dark an he saids it organic which is the best to use, i really need this for my son he’s has cerbal palsy an suffer with asthma
    He’s 26 wheelchair bound

  14. Florence Reply

    Ok, so we’ve answered the babies’ comments, how about we answer the storage questions.
    How long and how do you store this recipe?

  15. Susie M Reply

    what did I do wrong, mine came out runny ?

    • Darlene Reply

      too much water

  16. Chris Reply

    When I have a really bad cough that I can’t get rid of, I cut out dairy for a week and it usually goes away.

  17. Darlene Reply

    Still awaiting answer: How to store and for how long?

  18. Angela Reply

    You can leave mashed bananas in fridge for up to three days , so I am assuming for at least that long. That is If it lasts that long, 400 ml, 100 ml four times a day I would think it should be gone by the end of the day.

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