Home Remedies For Fever And Cold

fVarious bacteria and viruses increase the occurrences of influenza and cold. The monsoon rains would spread more of bacteria and viruses, hence its common for everyone to get cold and flu. Normally in this time people would try to increase their immunity and prevent themselves from cold and flu by taking loads of pills. Here are the best home remedies for fever and cold.



Garlic is one of the best home remedies for fever and cold. The compound ajoene present in garlic would help you in building up the antibacterial, antiviral and antioxidant in your body that will in return rises up your immunity. Take 2-3 cloves of raw garlic every morning in empty stomach if you find it hard to eat raw garlic then mince them finely and add it to a glass of warm water and drink it completely. Garlic would help you in controlling the flu and cold. It brings down the body temperatureand will reduce the mucus secretion thereby.



This flavoured spice is used to spice up the food and has been widely used in Asian and Mediterranean cooking. Its anti-bacterial in nature and will be used to treat the sore throat, cold and flu. It is a natural warmth giving spice which could be added to your smoothies, desserts, cakes, milk and coffee. It is also one among the best home remedies for fever and cold.



Honey is one of the greatest gift of mother nature. Consume a tablespoon of honey every day to raise your immunity. You can also add a ½ teaspoon of grounded pepper and consume it twice daily for best results.



Basil is one of the best home remedies for fever and cold, not only that but also for many other ailments too. Consume 8-10 basil leaves every day when you suffer by fever and cold. It not necessary to treat the leaves just wash them and chew it or you could sip few cups of basil tea. If you not feel better by taking these remedies, you may go for medicines like as Dayquil, which is used to cure the cold and Flu.To know more about how often can you take dayquil  Visit the above link.

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