Some Simple Ayurvedic Home Remedies

Malarial fever once confirmed can be treated by mixing honey (10 ml), ginger juice (10 ml) and juice of basil leaves (10 ml) and taken internally. This is an excellent remedy for malarial fever and should be taken three times a day of three days.

The root of Indian beech (pongamia glabra) Pungan in Tamil is ground to a fine paste using water. This should be taken internally only once on the second day of menstruation. This should be continued for six cycles. This is an excellent home remedy for female infertility.

Bark of fig tree or banyan tree should be soaked in water for a night. This is then crushed and ground to a fine paste. This is then applied on breasts. This is an excellent remedy for swollen and painful breasts.

The kernel of mango seed is burnt on fire. A piece of dry ginger (chukku in Tamil) is also similarly burnt. Both of these are ground together as a fine paste using breast milk and smeared on small children’s tongues. This is an excellent remedy for upset stomach in children.

Ginger juice, Butterfly pea leaf juice (kakkanam in Tamil) and honey mixed in equal quantities and taken internally first thing in the morning is an excellent remedy for excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis).

Vallarai leaf a handful and five pepper corns are crushed together and ground to paste. A marble sized thick paste is taken internally 3 times a day. This is an excellent remedy for mouth ulcers.

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