Some of your 'best' home remedy tricks to help Kyle find his lost voice

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Next will not be on Thursday night because of football on NBC. Kyle would tell you himself, but you wouldn't be able to hear him very well. 

Hundreds of you have given Kyle some free medical advice to help him find his voice.

We know about humidifiers, tea + honey, and even apple cider vinegar. He's tried all those. Here are some of the best/weirdest/grossest/"So crazy, it just might work!" home remedies from you at home. Have others to share? Use #HeyNext.

I have it on good advice from a friend who is/was a "singer in the band".  Onion juice.  He sipped it between songs and claims it will shrink the vocal cord inflammation and get him through any gig.  I have used onion composts for maladies from gout to sprains to vicious insect bites. - Dale

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My great grandma would heat up some bourbon in a sauce pan and then melt soft peppermints in it.... Take 2 tbsp! - Renee Handley

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Dump a package of your favorite Jell-O into a coffee mug, fill with hot water (tea hot ☕), stir until dissolved and drink while hot. I use this on the 3rd and 4th days of a four-day gig and can belt out Etta James, Linda Ronstadt and Heart for 4+ hours a night, even on night four!! The collagen helps heal the vocal cords quickly. It's the fastest thing I've found over my 32-year career. - Natalie Miller

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Try black licorice. Properties open up throat sp voice returns. My daughter-in-law with Loveland Choral Society and they all retain voices using it...good and plenty candy pieces works well. Much success stay strong. - Carole Viano

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Growing up on the Cheyenne-Arapahoe reservation, we gargled “red water.” Put a teaspoon of cayenne pepper into a glass of warm water. Dilute if it is too hot, add more pepper if it doesn’t burn a little. - Terry Boucher

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I recommend Oil of Oregano, it works best if you start it right when you feel the first symptoms of a cold or flu, but you still might be able to "lick" your problem - Mary A.

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Serious help: in a 15 ml glass spray bottle with water, add 8 drops each: On Guard Protective Blend, Lemon, 4 drops Peppermint, 2 drops Frankincense, 1 drop Oregano, shake and spray on back of throat. - Peggy Bloom

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Honey whiskey sour....go heavy on the whiskey - T.J. Davis

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My mom always gave us melted butter with a blob of Vick’s in the spoon - always brought it back! - Pat Burr Rosenthal

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Greasy potato chips. I heard Amy Grant say this a long time ago and it works! - Rachel Anne

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Don't talk for about a month. This is not a remedy, just a request. - Jimi Mack

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Sip Jagermeister. If it doesn't work you won't care! Or try a shot of "Prarie Fire" (Wild Turkey and Tabasco) 😜 - Karen Hill 

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Stand on your left foot with your right leg straight out in front you you. Now grab your left ear with your right hand and your right ear with your left hand. Stick your tongue out and try to touch you're nose with it. Feel Better?  I'm guessing not, but I hope your wife is amused ;) Seriously, rest. - Jacki Williams

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Warm whiskey, honey & lemon...sip like hot tea ☕️!! My Grandma always had a mason jar full & ready during the winter cold season. - Rose Wyatt Kelley

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Hot green chile and a sucker of your favorite pilsner. Burn it then numb it! - Bill Bryant

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Matza ball soup from a deli. - Diane Miki

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Shredding horseradish one Passover eve worked for me after several months of chest cold cleared up. - Glory Weisberg

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Gargle with 50% water and hydrogen peroxide. DON'T SWALLOW! (you'll only make that mistake once!) Then rinse your tooth brush in straight hydrogen peroxide. I taught science in Jeffco for over 30 years, and this trick helps!! - Steve Lee

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Whiskey and rest. You could even go the Broncos game this Sunday because you won't have anything to cheer! Haha - Ray Mercer