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Herbs to Boost your Immunity

Herbs that Can Boost Your Immunity During COVID-19 Lockdown

To fight against COVID-19 viruses, immunity boosting is must. It is most important to increase the normal immunity of our body. It does not require medication, our body can automatically prevent many bacterial and viral infections. And to increase that immunity, we need to eat a few wild herbs on a regular basis. Because, various studies have shown that those herbs increase the normal immunity of our body. So now we need to know what are the herbs that increase our immunity. This is because, as the body’s immune system weakens, our risk of contracting any bacteria or virus increases.

1. Giloy (Tinospora Cordifolia)

Giloy is also known as Gulancha. It is very useful to enhance immunity. Giloy has been used in various Ayurvedic medicines in India for a long time. These help our body get rid of toxins. Purifies the blood. It can fight hard against bacteria and viruses. Giloy increases our digestion and immunity. Health remains good. You should wake up every morning with 15 to 30 millilitres of Giloy juice in a glass and eat it on an empty stomach.

2. Ajwain (Carom seeds)

Carom seeds are also packed with antibacterial properties that help shield you against the seasonal infections.… Read more..

Fight Against Coronavirus COVID-19: Five Key Ayurveda Techniques

Fight Against Coronavirus COVID-19: Five Key Ayurveda Techniques

In this article we reviewed five key Ayurveda techniques to fight against Coronaviruses. The global COVID-19 pandemic is killing hundreds of people across the world. Modern medicine is in search of proper COVID-19 vaccine for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, but it will take at least a year to develop the vaccine. Hence, social distancing, hand washing, wearing face-masks and improving immunity are the key tools to fight against Coronaviruses. Here, we discusses the top five Ayurveda techniques to improve immunity, repairing and strengthening the throat tissues and fight against COIVD-19.