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Home Remedies In Ayurveda To Stay Fit In Winter

By NS Desk | Nirog Health Tips | Posted on :   09-Dec-2020

The winter season has started. In such a situation, everyone wants to take some measures so that they do not fall ill for the whole season and enjoy the winter. It is often seen that during winter, people are surrounded by many diseases. Children and the elderly are more prone to cold, cold, fever, and phlegm. In such a situation, you can keep yourself and the whole family fit within Ayurveda way. There are many home remedies in Ayurveda that you can keep fit by adopting: -

1.Use Ashwagandha
Ashwagandha works as a miraculous medicine to remove many problems in your body. Apart from protecting the body from diseases, it also keeps the mind and minds healthy. Ashwagandha is a Kapha-Vata sedative, balancer, rasayana, bajikaran, pulse-balancer, dipan, conformant, and metal enhancer from the Ayurvedic point of view. Of all the herbs, Ashwagandha is considered to be the most famous herb. Ashwagandha is traditionally used for Ayurvedic cure in India. According to the researchers' Ashwagandha shows to be the most advantageous for reducing the symptoms of stress and anxiety. Ashwagandha medicines, powders, and capsules, etc. are easily available in the markets.

2.Use of Garlic
Garlic has antiseptic, anti-fungal, and nutritional properties. Garlic has been used as an immune booster for thousands of years by Ayurveda. It is a powerful natural antioxidant, which protects the body from bacterial and viral infections without any side effects. It is a good medicine against cough, colds, and chest infections occurring during winter.

3.Use Ginger
A component full of immune-boosting benefits, ginger also helps prevent nausea and relieves a stomach problem. Ginger is also very effective in preserving your body warm. Drinking a cup of ginger tea with lemon reduces the cold in the body.

4.Useful of Amba Turmeric
Also known as raw turmeric, it is an important ayurvedic herb found mostly in the monsoon season. It also helps in keeping the health of the stomach and digestive system. Aside from all these herbs, amla, holy basil and triphala used as tea and tonic also help in boosting immunity.

NS Desk

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