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The Home Remedy Diary » Chicken Pox

Archive for the ‘Chicken Pox’ Category

 
Jan
18
Posted (Health4all) in Chicken Pox on January-18-2009

Home remedies for chicken pox

Home remedies for chicken pox are considered worthy ones by many persons in this world. Home remedies for chicken pox are to be applied over the pox lesions.

Since the pox lesions are many, it is better to select some medicinal plantation based simple product like neem.

You have to prepare the soup with coriander and carrot. For this purpose, you have to use one hundred grams of fresh carrots and sixty grams of fresh coriander leaves. Now boil it for ten to fifteen minutes.

Wait for some time and allow the contents to simmer for few minutes. Then discard the solid contents.

Have the soup for the drinking purpose. This is to be taken at least for two times in a day. This seems better to drink once in early morning on empty stomach and once in bed time.

Yeah. This is how you have to take it.

A paste with tender neem leaves may be prepared along with clean water that is earlier boiled and cooled.

Some times, you can add some juice of lemon that has been received in fresh conditions. But clean vessels have to be used for the preparation of this product.

Neem leaves can be placed in the boiling water and decoction is to be prepared in a hygienic manner and bathing may be carried out and hence, lesions in many body regions may be soaked well with this neem based application.

You have to remember that the neem has got a better and proven antibacterial effect and is also helping in control of further spread by its effect on pathogens.

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