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Tracheitis is an inflammation of the tracheal mucosa. Often found in combination with inflammation of the larynx (laryngotracheitis) or simultaneously with inflammation of the bronchi (tracheobronchitis).

Symptoms: dry, superficial and painful cough. The temperature is usually normal or rises slightly. There may be wheezing when breathing.

Treatment: expectorants and antihistamines, libexin, mucaltin (bromhexin), gamavit. In severe cases, antibiotics should be used (albipen LA, ampioks, neopene, etc., kittens - ampioks) and complex antibacterial drugs (sulf-120), sulfonamides (norsulfazole) - in tablets. The best effect is achieved with complex treatment.

Homeopathic treatment: traumeel, at high temperature - echinacea compositum subcutaneously daily or orally 4-6 times a day or with drinking water.

With a propensity for colds (runny nose, cough) - mucosum compositum, which is prescribed course for 2-3 weeks (subcutaneously 3 times a week).

Various herbal teas are used.

1. Linden flowers heart-shaped - 1 part; oak bark - 2 parts.

2. Leaf of sage medicinal; Hypericum herb perforatum; black elderberry flowers; bark of oak ordinary - in equal shares.

3. Fruits of fennel ordinary - 1 part; peppermint leaf; chamomile flowers; Sage leaf - 3 parts.

4. Licorice roots - 1 part; wild rosemary grass, elecampane roots, pine buds, golden root - in 2 parts; Hypericum grass, Marin root - 3 parts; calamus rhizomes, hips - 4 parts.

5. Willow bark, chamomile flowers, lime blossom, rosehips - equally.

6. Licorice roots - 2 parts; Badana roots, Oregano grass, pine needles, coriander fruits - in 3 parts; raspberry leaf, Hypericum herb, calendula flowers - in 5 parts.

Fees to give as an infusion of 1 tablespoon 3 times a day 15 minutes before meals.
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