Dr Oz Chicken Soup Recipe, Throat Coat Tea Review & N-A-C Pills


Dr Oz: Health Remedies

After focusing on Internal Symptoms followed by Skin Condition Solutions, Dr Oz turned his A to Z Health guide to the topic of more home remedies for common ailments.

Dr Tasneem Bhatia is an expert on colds, and she joined Dr Oz to reveal some surprising facts and treatment solutions. As you probably already knew, Chicken Noodle Soup is still the best cold remedy out there.


Dr Oz: Chicken Soup

When it comes to cold cures, there's still no better remedy than Chicken Soup. Find out why.

But you might be surprised to learn that Colds are not just a winter problem. They are also prevalent in Spring and Summer. If you’ve had an out of season cold, at least now you have an explanation. The virus has evolved, but the Chicken Noodle Treatment is still the same.

Read on to check out the Chicken Soup Recipe.


Dr Oz: Joint Pain

Doctor Oz said his best joint pain solution is Yoga. It gives relief to inflamed joints without adding stress to them from wear and tear.

Dr Oz: Keratosis Pilaris Remedy

Keratosis Pilaris is a condition caused by an excess of dead skin cells. He recommends exfoliating dead skin using unscented body lotions or scrubs. Scented ingredients can sometimes irritate the skin.

Read more about Keratosis Pilaris.

Dr Oz: Throat Coat Tea for Laryngitis

Dr Oz shared a product called Throat Coat Tea as a laryngitis remedy for a scratchy throat. Drinking this about four times a day can loosen mucus and reduce pain and swelling.

Shop for Throat Coat Tea.

Dr Oz: Laryngitis Whiskey Gargle

You can actually try Whiskey to cure your Laryngitis, though maybe not in the way you’d think. Mix a teaspoon of Whiskey with a glass of warm water, then gargle and spit. This is an anti-inflammatory and astringent remedy.

Dr Oz: N-A-C Supplement

If you are looking for a new product to fight the common cold, try 250 mg N-A-C, to break up your mucus and improve breathing.

Shop for N-A-C.

Dr Oz: Juice Fights Nasal Congestion

You can make your own fresh juice to clear up nasal problems. Try mixing two apples (with the skin!), a pineapple, and two teaspoons of honey in your juicer. Whether you’re sick or not, this should be fresh and tasty.

Dr Oz: Steam Inhaler Fights Nasal Congestion

You could also try creating your own steam inhaler to fight your Nasal Congestion symptoms. Just boil three cups of hot water, then add two sprigs of Rosemary or Eucalyptus. Then carefully inhale the steam. Doing this a few times a day will help you break up mucus.

Dr Oz: Chicken Soup Recipe Fights Colds

This recipe uses a whole chicken to get the Iron benefits from bone marrow, and nutrients from broth to help your body heal and hydrate. The spicy ingredients help to clear up mucus.


  • 3 cloves Garlic
  • ½ Onion
  • 2 tbsp Sesame Oil
  • 2 Asian chilies
  • 1 whole Chicken, bone-in
  • 4 cups water
  • 1 cup Chicken Broth
  • Oregano
  • Salt
  • Paprika
  • Turmeric


  1. In a Stock Pot, stir fry your Garlic, Onion and Chilies using Sesame Oil.
  2. Add Chicken as veggies begin to brown.
  3. Stir fry your Chicken until pale pink.
  4. Add water, broth, and spices.
  5. Bring to a boil, then simmer for at least 30 minutes.



  1. Jan Snell says

    On the spicy chicken soup recipe, how do you stir fry a whole chicken? Don’t you cook the chicken ahead and pull pieces off to put in soup? I’m not getting it.
    Thanks for any help with this recipe..

    • says

      I think your idea would work well. I think the recipe is going for more of a sear in the stock pot, and it would finish cooking during the boiling process, becoming tender. But even then, you would still have to watch out for bones.

      If you try it your way, let me know how it works out so we can share that with others. Thanks for asking!

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