Follow These Home Remedies For Malaria

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Jun 30, 2020

Malaria is a mosquito-borne infectious disease. It is a fatal disease that shows symptoms after 10-15 days of an infected mosquito bite. Symptoms include fever, tiredness, vomiting, and headaches. But with the assistance of some common home remedies, one can safeguard themselves for this disease. Cinnamon – For treating Malaria Cinnamon is a valuable remedy. Take 1 spoon of ground Cinnamon, one pinch of black pepper and one spoon honey. Boil it with one glass one water and drink it daily. Ginger – Cut ginger into small pieces and mix with two or three raisins then boil with one glass of water till it is reduced to half. Drink when it cools down Tulsi – Consuming leaves of Tulsi is very beneficial for malaria. It can be consumed raw or You can prepare a concentrated drink. Turmeric – Turmeric is enriched with antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. It aids in removing harmful particles from our body which occurs due to the attack of plasma. It helps to kill the malaria parasite. Drinking turmeric milk every night can protect you from malaria. Orange Juice – If you are affected by malaria then consuming orange juice in between your meals is extremely beneficial. It contains vitamin C which helps you to boost immunity and lower the fever.

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