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List of Ayurvedic Home Remedies For Cough and Cold
Turmeric is known for its healing properties. A strong antioxidant, turmeric helps in fighting against diseases. A spoon of Turmeric mixed with a glass of warm milk soothes sore throat and relieves cough. It also helps in building immunity.
Honey possesses antiseptic and antibacterial properties. It’s long renown for treating cold and cough. One teaspoon of honey mixed with warm water and lemon helps in soothing cough. Lemon helps in treating congestion while warm water soothes the throat.
3. Cinnamon Powder
Cinnamon is one of the most prized spices in Indian kitchen. Cinnamon has a lot of health benefits from treating cough to losing weight. Cinnamon powder mixed with honey and lime raw or with warm water can treat cold and cough.
Ginger contains Gingerol which has a lot of medicinal properties. Ginger helps in improving health from digestion to congestion. Ginger tea, Ginger oil or Ginger juice all help in soothing the throat and treating cold and cough. Ginger eve helps in drying the runny nose.
5. Herbal or Green Teas
Traditional herbal teas or Green tea with a personalised touch also helps in soothing cough and sore throat. Green tea prepared with Ginger and cinnamon with a bit of honey and lime for taste proves to be quite effective home remedy of cold and cough.
6. Warm water
Warm water keeps soothing the raw/sore throat. Drinking 2-3 glasses of warm water can help in soothing the cough. Gargling with warm water and a pinch of salt can treat cold and cough. Even turmeric can be added to the mixture.
Tulsi is known for its antifungal, antibacterial, antiseptic and antibiotic properties. Tulsi is one of the most prominent plants used in ayurveda. Tulsi powder or tulsi leaves crushed with water and ginger are used to treat cold and cough at home. Even tulsi tea proves to be an effective remedy.
Pepper has antioxidant and antibacterial properties. It also provides with respiratory relief. Pepper with ginger, honey and lime paste helps in fighting cold and cough.