These effective home remedies will help you get rid of cold in no time
If you have been looking for remedies to help you jump back to your feet, we have just the perfect list for you.
Catching a cold is almost as easy as strolling down the road. It seems to resurface time and again no matter how many antibiotics we bring home to keep the infection at bay. Our grandmothers have constantly highlighted the effectiveness of age-old home remedies while we have canvassed the effectiveness of allopathy.
But the fact is, you need to try these home remedies to see for yourself how effective they can be.
If you have been looking for remedies to help you jump back to your feet, we have just the perfect list for you. If you have been looking for remedies to help you jump back to your feet, we have just the perfect list for you.
Black Pepper Tea: Black pepper tea provides relief from common cold and helps to alleviate chest congestion. It is antibacterial in nature and given that this spice is rich in Vitamin C, it also works as a good antibiotic.
Turmeric and Garlic Milk: Boil a clove of garlic with milk, and then add ½ teaspoon of turmeric. Drink twice daily to get rid of a stubborn cold. In case you have a sore throat, you can also gargle with turmeric water a few times a day for quick relief.
Honey, Ginger Paste, Tulsi Leaves: a decoction of 1 teaspoon honey, 1/4 teaspoon ginger paste and 1/2 teaspoon tulsi leaves works wonders. Drink twice daily, in the morning and evening.
Eucalyptus Oil: Apply Eucalyptus essential oil on nose and forehead for relief. You can also add black pepper to eucalyptus oil while boiling hot water in a vessel. Carefully place your face over the vessel and inhale the vapours. Note: It is essential that you inhale the vapours through your nose, and then exhale through your mouth.
Besan: Besan ka sheera may be a sure shot remedy for a cold and running nose, but just the aroma of besan or eating besan ka halwa can help in clearing your nasal tract.