The flu is caused by an RNA virus of the Orthomyxoviridae. The virus is a microorganism therefore it can’t be seen. The flu is a highly contagious viral disease which for most people last for one to two weeks.
There are a few groups that can get very ill from the flu and should be aware: Babies, older people (over 65 years of age) and people with health problems (e.g. DM, asthma).
Home remedies for flu tip 2 – Turmeric is valuable in curing influenza. A teaspoon of turmeric powder should be mixed in a cup of warm milk and taken three times a day. It will prevent complications arising from influenza, and also activate the liver which becomes sluggish during the attack.
Home remedies for flu tip 3 – Take “cold and flu” tablets this homeopathic preparation has help people avoid getting infected with the flu virus by taking 1 tablet a day throughout the flu season.
Home remedies for cold and flu tip 4 – When you have the flu you want to keep the lungs clear. Ginger tea is good for this. Take 2-3 slices of ginger and make a tea. Garlic (2-3 cloves) tea also helps. Ginger tea and garlic tea can be used in addition to the herbs above.
Home remedies for flu tip 5 – If you are allergic to eggs or think you are check with your doctor before getting a flu shot.
Home remedies for flu tip 6 – Drink as many fluids like water, juice, hot tea as you can. Try some frozen juice bars for variety.
Tip 7 – Have chicken soup and bouillon; the heat may relieve the stuffed up feeling.
The licorice or Yathtimadhu is widely been used by Ayurvedic practitioner in various diseases.
* Any burning problem as it is best soothing agent.
* To treat upper respiratory tract infection especially cough and cold
* Help in curing various skin diseases
* Best for any allergic and inflammatory conditions
Tulsi maintains the health of the throat chest and lungs. In fact, it helps protect the entire respiratory tract. It is an anti-inflammatory.
Tulsi helps protect the physiology from garavisha–environmental toxins and pollution. It helps purify the atmosphere.
Tulsi is also a skin rasayana. With vitamin C, carotene, calcium and phosphorus, Tulsi helps skin stay healthy and supple.