Dwelling cures for viral cough and chilly on this monsoon

With the relaxing raindrops, the monsoon brings mosquitoes and humid temperatures that cause viral fever, cough and cold, but don’t worry, here are some effective remedies to help you fight these viruses and stay healthy.

Honey and Brand: Brandy is known to keep your chest warm as it raises body temperature, and lack of honey in brandy helps fight coughs. Just a teaspoon of brandy mixed with a few drops of honey relieves cough and cold.

Honey, Lime Juice, and Warm Water: This is a perfect dose to improve digestion and circulation. Adding honey to lukewarm lime water is the best solution to fight cold and cough.

Milk and Turmeric An essential ingredient in almost all Indian cuisines, turmeric is a powerful antioxidant that helps treat many health conditions. Turmeric mixed in warm milk is a popular and effective remedy for cold and cough.

Chew on a piece of ginger: One of the most effective home remedies for cough and cold is chewing on a piece of ginger. You could even make and drink a hot cup of ginger chai. Ginger has properties that help clear airway contraction and eliminate mucus secretion.

Neem Tea: To use this home remedy, you need to boil neem leaves in water and drink a cup of this brew to treat and prevent monsoon disease symptoms. Neem tea boosts your immunity, thus protecting your body from multiple infections.

Mulethi: Mulethi or licorice is also a natural herb used to treat and prevent monsoon infections. It is a highly recommended Ayurvedic remedy for curing symptoms of common cold, constipation and sore throat. You can grind licorice root into powder form for consumption or simply cook it in the form of a kadha to protect your body from diseases and boost immunity.

Lukewarm water: Drink lukewarm water frequently as it helps fight cold, cough and sore throat. Warm water reduces inflammation in the throat and helps replenish the body’s fluids and infections.

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