Congestive catarrh is that thick clear, green or yellow mucous that comes out of our noses, down our throats and often clogs up our lungs. You might call it mucous, phlegm or kids would call it snot!

Where does it come from? Have a look at this great diagram to see which parts of your skull are blocked by congestive catarrh.

But wherever it comes from and whatever the name - it can really be a nuisance. This page will be devoted to this gluey substance. It can drip down the throat and cause coughing episodes in children and adults.

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  • Category:
    Everyday Ailments (See More)
  • Author:
    jude cresswell
  • Last Updated:
    06:41 17-10-2021