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Cold drink cough

Cough when you get cold is because there is water in the spleen and lung area. The presence of this water will stimulate the lungs to cough when you get cold In some people, drinking water blocks the spleen from delivering body fluid to the lungs But the presence of water on one side causes cold cough, while the lung here is hot cough No or little phlegm This cough is mixed When the lung is hot and dry, it can also absorb the water of the large intestine, resulting in the drying of the stool.


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