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At first glance, it may seem like pepper could increase the condition of bronchitis, as that spicy herb is known to cause sneezing. However, black pepper is actually very effective in reducing congestion and breaking down mucus and phlegm. This can make it much easier to expel these fluids from the respiratory tracts, often taking the bacteria with it! Pepper is also a stimulant substance, which can speed the healing process, while various antioxidants in black pepper can improve the strength of the immune system and prevent chronic bronchitis. Protection Status
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