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Ayurvedic herbs to boost immunity

Ayurvedic herbs; At times when the world is facing a severe health crisis and is on a run to vaccinate the population to immunize against the Covid variants, there has been an extensive demand and need for the alternate ways to boost the immunity. One such simple and the easiest way other than the yogic practices is to consume the Ayurvedic herbs to support our immune system to fight against any possible viral infections.

Since ages these herbs are having there wide applications across the Indian subcontinent under the traditional ways to cure and prevent various health issues. In this article we will be discussing few key herbs which can be consumed on a regular basis under the necessary guidance to empower our immune system against the vulnerable health threats.

Representational ayurvedic herbs

Neem: According to Medical News Today, “Neem is a strong antioxidant, neutralizing free radicals that may affect the development of certain patient conditions.”

From the Ayurvedic point of view, neem is seen as a medicine rich in antibacterial and antifungal properties. Most herbs are “hot” in nature, but the cooling properties of neem helps to soothe the pittadosha produced in the body. It removes wind and phlegm blemishes as well as provides protection to the skin.

Ginger: Ginger has the ability to kill harmful bacteria and viruses for the body. All you have to do is to include ginger in your daily diet and you will notice the positive impact within few days of its consumption. It can also be consumed in raw form and in cooked form. Apart from this, ginger tea can also serve to keep you fresh all day long.

Giloy: In Ayurveda science, Giloy is considered one of the best medicines for the treatment of many types of fever and other physical weaknesses.  Giloy is one of the three nectar plants also known as Amrit , meaning immortal. The medicinal plant is also called Amritavalli or Amrita in Sanskrit.

Tulsi: Tulsi or Basil is also known as queen of herbs. Basil gives our body agility and protects us from various infections. It has also proved its worth to be highly effective in protecting the key organs like heart, liver, skin, kidneys etc. from various diseases.

A cup of basil and ginger tea is said to keeps the body energetic throughout the day. Along with this the decoction of basil and ginger proves to be very beneficial in cleansing the phlegm of the throat.

Amla: as we all know that having Vitamin C rich supplements in our diet is important to keep our immunity stronger. Amla is one of the richest sources of vitamin C. It acts as a strong immunity booster.

The empty stomach morning drink of fresh amla juice helps to boost immunity.

Ashvgandha: The name exhibits the “horse smell”, indicating its immense strength and ability to bear its unique scent.  It is a shrub-like plant whose extracts along with the powder of its roots and leaves are used to treat various diseases. It is highly effective in reducing body blood sugar level, cortisol levels, depression and the inflammation symptoms. Along with this it also helps to increase the muscle strength of the body.

Garlic: Garlic is one of the most important cures for cold and flu infections. Its consumption helps prevent us from the seasonal cold and flu’s. If you fall ill, eating garlic can reduce the severity of symptoms of your illness as garlic helps you recover faster.

Turmeric: Turmeric is a spice present in every Indian household – whether it is in the integral spice box, or your grandmother’s home remedy. Turmeric is used in the form of root and in the dried powdered state. It is one of the most widely used spices for cooking as it provides protection against several infections and viruses.

Black pepper: Black pepper is considered one of the best Ayurvedic herbs for immunity and an excellent source of the natural antibiotic. It is full of Vitamin C which naturally enhances working of the immune system. It is widely used to cure the sore throat caused by the viral infections.

Triphala: If you want to increase your immunity, Triphala cannot be forgotten. Triphala is a mixture of three dried fruits – Indian beet (EmblicaOfficinalis), Kali Mirobalan (Terminalia chebula) and Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) each fruit is helpful in reducing stresses within the body.  Taking Triphala powder daily will not only increase your immunity, but will also lead to a disease-free long life along with the protection against the numerous chronic diseases.

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