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Some Common Home Remedies

Some of the most popular home remedies for acne involve the use of natural herbal extracts, many of which traditional medicine practitioners have used for hundreds of years. Below, we discuss the best home remedies for acne, what the research says, and lifestyle changes that can help.

COCONUT OIL

Like other natural remedies, coconut oil contains anti-inflammatory and antibacterial compounds. These properties mean that coconut oil may destroy acne-causing bacteria and reduce redness and swelling of pimples. Coconut oil may also speed up healing in open acne sores.

HOW TO USE COCONUT OIL

Try rubbing pure, virgin coconut oil directly to the area with acne. Look for coconut oil in the natural foods section of grocery stores or online.


GARLIC OIL

Many traditional medicine practitioners use garlic to treat infections and boost the body's ability to fight germs and infections. Garlic contains organosulfur compounds, which have natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects. Organosulfur compounds can also help to boost the immune system, which helps the body fight infections.

HOW TO USE GARLIC OIL

To fight inflammation and infections caused by acne, people can add more garlic to their diet. Some people chew whole garlic cloves, rub it on toast, or make it into a hot drink. People can also buy garlic powders or capsules from most grocery stores and natural health stores.


HONEY

Honey has been used to treat skin conditions, such as acne, for thousands of years. It contains many antioxidants that can help to clear waste and debris from clogged pores. Doctors use honey in wound dressings because of its antibacterial and wound-healing properties.

HOW TO USE HONEY

Using a clean finger or cotton pad, rub a little honey into pimples. Otherwise, add honey to a face or body mask


ALOVERA

Aloe vera is a natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, meaning it may reduce the appearance of acne and prevent acne breakouts. Aloe vera contains lots of water and is an excellent moisturizer, so it is especially suitable for people who get dry skin from other anti-acne products. In a 2014 study, researchers gave people with mild to moderate acne aloe vera gel and tretinoin cream, which is a common OTC acne remedy, to use for 8 weeks.

HOW TO USE ALOVERA

Try cleaning the acne sores and then applying a thin layer of cream or gel with at least 10 percent aloe vera content.Otherwise, people can moisturize with gels or creams that contain aloe vera. These are available to buy from health stores or online

Turmeric Milk

Ayurvedic Expertise suggests that you should drink a glass of milk with 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric twice daily to clear your throat.

Licorice Root Tea (Mulethi)

Licorice root is both an expectorant and demulcent, simultaneously soothing your airways while loosening and thinning mucous, easing congestion. It can also ease any inflammation that may be irritating your throat. Bring water to a boil and place the licorice root in a mug. Cover with water and steep for 10-15 minutes. Drink the entire cup up to 2 times daily.


Ginger

Another home remedy for a stubborn cough is adding garlic to Turmeric milk. Simply, boil a clove of garlic with milk and then add a pinch of turmeric to it. This drink is an ideal cough treatment because it helps in healing and soothing your throat.

Ginger Peppermint Syrup

Chop the ginger and add it along with the peppermint to 4 cups of water. Bring to a boil and then lower the heat so that the liquid simmer. Simmer until the liquid has been reduced by half, than strain. Let it cool slightly, and then stir in 1 cup of honey until it has been dissolved completely. Bottle and take 1 tablespoon every few hours as needed to ease your cough. Keep refrigerated for up to 3 weeks.


Giloy Juice

In case of chronic cough, you must have 2 tablespoons of Giloy juice with water in the morning everyday till it becomes better.

Lemon

Lemons are useful in a variety of ways for treating coughs. With properties that reduce inflammation and offer infection-fighting vitamin C, lemons offer just the prescription to fight cough. Combine two tablespoons of lemon juice and one tablespoon of honey and you have a homemade cough syrup. This can be taken several times a day. You can also add a pinch of cayenne pepper to the above mixture.


Honey + Mulethi + Cinnamon

A mix of 1/4 teaspoon honey, 1/4 teaspoon mulethi powder and 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon with water had twice daily in the morning and evening works wonders.

Pomegranate Juice for Kids

You could give them a mix of 1/2 cup pomegranate juice, a pinch of ginger powder along with pippali powder.

Gargle with salt water

Gargling with salt water loosens excess mucus and removes bacteria and fungi from the throat. The Mayo Clinic confirms that it can provide temporary relief for sore, itchy throats. Dissolve 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon salt in 1 cup of warm water.

Inhale turmeric smoke

Inhaling the smoke of burning turmeric called the dhoomapaanan effective solution to a cough and cold. Take a dried turmeric root; dip half of it in castor oil for 10-15 minutes. Then hold the dry end and ignite the soaked end. Put off the fire right away. The emission of smoke will start that can be used as a natural inhaler. This turmeric smoke directly helps in reducing nasal congestion and can also be used to cure headaches due to sinus.


Burn off toxins with ginger tea

Ginger tea is good for more than your digestion—it is also a powerful expectorant and helps get rid of phlegm. “Try a cup of this pungent, warming tea to expel congestion, reduce gas and bloating and support good circulation,” Carlson says. Its robust kick makes it a great caffeine-free choice for burning off mental fog, enhancing alertness, and sharpening focus while bogged down with the flu.” To make your own ginger tea, Carlson recommends steeping three to five slices of fresh ginger in hot water.

Garlic

Use it as a cure – Garlic is one of the best natural ways to get rid of a cough and cold because of its antiviral properties: The method is fairly simple. Crush 4-5 cloves of it, sauté with a spoon of warmed pure ghee and have the mixture with your meals.


Take Ashwagandha

This adaptogenic herb has been shown to reduce stress and boost the immune system. “An adaptogen, it helps restore the endurance, energy, and stamina we need to fight the flu. It is, however, not a stimulant. It is an herb with overall nervine tonic benefits—energizing the body when it needs it during the day and calming overactive nerves for easy and restful sleep at night.” To help fight the flu, take 500 milligrams of the whole root after meals.

The onion remedy

Do you know that the onions you eat as a salad can be the perfect cure for a cold? All you have to do is combine 1 teaspoonful of raw onion juice with 1 teaspoonful of honey. Let it stand for 3-4 hours. Take this syrup thrice a day. Drinking warm onion broth is also a magic potion for a dry cough. The reason behind this magic is that onions contain healing sulfur which makes them a staple of chronic cough remedies.


Make a turmeric paste

Turmeric is an immune-boosting spice. “There may not be a better herb to ramp up the immunity needed fight off a flu, as it boasts natural anti-viral properties as well as energy-, mood-, and digestion-boosting properties. At the first sign of the flu, simply mix together equally parts raw honey and turmeric powder. Take 1 teaspoon of the paste every few hours. “To make the formula more potent, mix 16 parts turmeric to 1 part black pepper and make a paste with raw honey, and you’ve got a pretty amazing remedy.

Evergreen tulsi every time

Tulsi, natural refreshment, has various properties to help to cure the flu. The simple procedure is to mix about 8-10 leaves of Tulsi with a ginger extract and a honey.

Basil

Basil is an effective herb for bringing down fever. This herb is just as effective as many types of antibiotics in the market. Its healing properties will help reduce fever very quickly. Take about 20 basil leaves and boil them, now add 1 teaspoon of crushed ginger in the strained tulsi water, and boil until the solution gets reduced to half. Add a little honey and drink this tea two or three times a day for three days to get relief.

Turmeric and dried ginger powder

Anti-oxidant properties in ginger help to fix the viral fever. Heat one spoon of pepper powder, one small spoon of turmeric powder and one teaspoon of ginger powder with one cup of water and light sugar. When this water is half after boiling, cool it and drink it. This gives relief from viral fever.


Garlic

Garlic is packed with many antibacterial properties. "The main beneficial ingredients of this member of allium family are allicin and diallylsulfides-sulfurous compounds that are antibacterial and antifungal". The warm nature of garlic can also lower high fever by promoting sweating. Crush 1 garlic clove and add it to 1 cup of hot water. Let it rest for 10 minutes, and then strain. Drink this twice a day for best results.

Coriander tea

Coriander is rich in health nutrients, and it also eliminates many diseases like viral fever. Coriander tea works very effectively to eliminate viral fever.


Ginger

The perennial herb native to China and India known as Zingiber officinale can prove to be an aid to a plenty of your health woes like cold, flu, inflammation, sore throat and fever. Its natural antiviral and antibacterial elements help fight the infection in your body and bolster your immunity from within. You can have it in a form of tea, by adding 1 1/2 teaspoon of grated ginger to 1 cup of boiling water. Add some honey to flavor it, and drink this tea at least three or four times a day. Or you can also mix together 1 1/2 teaspoon of ginger juice, 1 teaspoon of lemon juice and 1 tablespoon of honey. Have this concoction two to three times a day for best results.

Fenugreek water

Fenugreek is also present in your kitchen. Soak some Fenugreek seeds in a cup of water for a whole night and filter it in the morning and drink it every one hour. This will get you relief from viral fever.


Cilantro leaves

Putting a handful of cilantro leaves in a blender with about 1/3rd cup of water, blended thoroughly and strained, can help alleviate symptoms of fever. Take 2 teaspoons of remaining liquid three times a day to help lower fever.

Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia)

Known as Giloy, Guduchi, and Amrita, the herb is primarily used to support the circulatory and digestive systems. Like many herbs and foods, it has a variety of therapeutic applications however, and is helpful in the management of fever. Its bitter, sweet, and hot qualities make it excellent for balancing all three doshas, helping deal with most of the common varieties of fever. In classical texts, giloy is classified as “amrit”, which is best interpreted as nectar of the gods.

Salt water

While salt water may not provide you with immediate relief, it is still an effective remedy for killing bacteria while loosening mucus and easing pain. Simply mix half a teaspoon of salt into 8 ounces of warm water and gargle away.

Warm liquids

Teas such as cinnamon tea, ginger tulsi tea, lemon honey tea or simply a cup of desi masala chai can do wonders for your throat. As the throat is choked due to infection, warm liquids can help relax this area.


Honey

Honey is one of the best remedies for a sore throat due to its natural antibacterial properties that allows it to act as a wound healer, immediately offering relief for pain while working to reduce inflammation. Honey can also kill bacteria and help fight off viral infections. If you’re suffering from a bad cough in addition to your sore throat, honey may also act as an effective cough suppressant. Mix two tablespoons of honey in with a warm glass of water or tea and stir it well. Drink several times a day as needed.

Hot Sauce

It may sound strange to use hot sauce to relieve a fiery throat, but this condiment has actually been proven to provide relief for sore throats. Hot sauce is made from peppers that are high in capsicum which can be used to fight inflammation and provide pain relief.


Lemon

Similar to salt water and honey, lemons are great for sore throats because they can help break up mucus and provide pain relief. What’s more, lemons are packed with Vitamin C which can help to boost the immune system and give it more power to fight off your infection. Mix one teaspoon of lemon juice into a glass of warm water and drink for quick relief.

Humidifier

If you’ve noticed an increase in the number of sore throats you’ve had this season, then it may be time to invest in a humidifier. Dry air, especially during the harsh, cold days of winter, may be the cause of your sore throat. A humidifier will keep the air moist and open your sinuses. Add in a tablespoon or two of vapour rub or hydrogen peroxide solution to provide additional relief.


Cinnamon

Cinnamon is called tvak in Ayurveda. This spice is popular for its unique flavor. It reduces cold and cough symptoms and keeps your child's respiratory tract free of germs. You can take half a teaspoon of cinnamon powder, a pinch of clove powder and a pinch of black pepper and mix them with honey to make an instant cough syrup for your child.

Tea

There are many different kinds of herbal teas you can try for quick sore throat relief. Clove tea and green tea both contain antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties to fight against infections while providing relief. Raspberry, chamomile, and peppermint tea are great choices for relieving pain and reducing inflammation

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