How to Use Ayurveda to Boost Immunity During Covid-19?
We, in no way, in this blog claim that ayurveda cures Covid-19, but only that it strengthens your immune system to fight it and get better faster. Make sure you also take all other necessary measures such as social distancing and hygiene, as advised by the government.
Ayurveda (called the science of life) has been around for decades, and is an ancient, traditional and therapeutic form of medicine that uses plants, herbs found in nature to treat a wide variety of ailments.
Due to the Pandemic, a large proportion of people are being infected with Covid 19 as well as it is seen that they are succumbing to this deadly virus (Death). Ayurveda in this case can act as a great preventive care measure to boost immunity.
Benefits of using Ayurveda to Boost immunity during such a time:
- A wide range of studies have shown that patients infected with Covid 19 that have a strong immune system get better drastically and survive the virus.
- It is a fact there is no availability of medicine for this virus, so it becomes absolutely crucial for individuals to work on boosting immunity.
- Ayurveda, is a natural, safe and effective way as it has no side effects and is known for its powerful action to maintain & uplift immunity.
Also Read: How to Boost Your Immune System Naturally
How to Boost Immunity with Ayurveda?
Immunity boosting herbs in Ayurveda can work wonders in providing the immune system the necessary potent nutrients and anti-viral properties to become strong enough to withstand new infections.
Here are some of the Ayurvedic herbs we recommend to start your immunity boosting journey!
Cinnamon (dalchini) as we know it, is a popular and widely used spice and for good reason! It acts as an immune stimulator, one that helps one fight off flu and colds. It also slows down any inflammatory substances which plays a vital role in the way your immune system responds to harmful outside invaders (virus, germs, bacteria etc)
Neem helps boost immunity by defending the body against infections and helps maintain the overall health of the body because of its antibacterial and antifungal properties. It is also a blood purifier. Regular consumption of an ayurvedic herb like neem can stave off high fever, malaria, dengue and other viral flus.
Clove is a flavorful spice that contains Eugenol, a compound that has anti-inflammatory and anti-viral properties to ward off infections.
Another major beneficial factor is its ability to treat colds as it is a high expectorant, and expel mucus and decreases inflammation. It also helps soothe the throat by reducing coughing fits. Something that is a prominent symptom of Covid 19.
There is nothing cooler than a spearmint (pun-intended) fighting off those bacterial diseases! Yes, with its potent antibacterial properties, it prevents cell damage against free radicals and is a powerhouse when it comes to maintaining optimal health.
5. Sweet Orange
We all know the immune boosting power of Vitamin C. Sweet Orange is highly abundant in this nutrient. It helps improve the body’s immune system against microbes such as bacteria and fungi.
Frankincense is the king of essential oils (highly concentrated and volatile plant extracts) and is known to possess anti-viral properties, and boost cellular immunity and function. It also is a key essential out used to ward off various ailments of respiratory as well as digestive tract, and as per our previous blog, we always talk about how gut health is absolutely crucial for a healthy immune system. It also contains Boswellia Serrata Oleo-Gum-Resin and β-Boswellic Acid that can prevent highly contagious pathogens causing lifelong oral to genital infections.
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