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Effective remedies and herbal treatment for cold due to rain and winter

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Herbal treatment and easy home remedies can be effective ways to avoid or cure common cold naturally. Here are a few Ayurveda tips.

Home Remedies, herbal tips during rain and winter –

  • Include ginger, turmeric and pepper in minute quantities in your diet.
  • Soon after you are home, make sure you dry of your hairs,
  • Try replacing cold water with warm water. As per Ayurveda, warm water helps to relieve Kapha Dosha. Imbalance of Kapha Dosha is the main reason for cold and cough.
  • Ginger tea is better than normal tea.
  • Take raw guggulu from market, add a bit of turmeric and neem powder to it and burn it and inhale the fumes from a distance of one meter for a couple of minutes, soon after you return home.
  • Or, Put turmeric powder on hot pan and inhale the fumes. It helps to relieve cold and allergy.

Herbal treatment for cold with Ayurveda medicines –

Please remember that taking Ayurvedic medicine needs consultation with Ayurvedic doctor. Here are a few common medicines used to relieve cold and cough.

  1. Vyoshadi vataka – contains ginger pepper, long pepper etc. It is good for cold and viral fever.
  2. Panchanimbadi Gulika – Contains Neem as the main ingredient. It is excellent antiviral and antibacterial, keeps repeated allergies and infections at bay on long term usage.
  3. Vilwadi Gulika – One of the most common antiviral and anti bacterial medicine used in Ayurvedic treatment.
  4. Amrutottaram kashayam tablet – It contains Indian Tinospora (Giloy, Guduchi) as the main ingredient. It is an excellent ayurvedic remedy for fever. Tinospora’s immune-modulator and anti-fever activity has been scientifically established.
Ayurveda health-tips, home remedies & expert advice

Ayurveda health-tips, home remedies & expert advice

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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