#HealthBytes: Have these herbs to boost your immunity

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#HealthBytes: Have these herbs to boost your immunity
#HealthBytes: Have these herbs to boost your immunity

23 May 2021: #HealthBytes: Have these herbs to boost your immunity

With the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the country, it is extremely important to up our immunity game. Herbs come in handy in this case, as they have anti-inflammatory properties and help boost the body's natural immunity. It's interesting to note that they are a vital part of traditional medicines simply because of their benefits. So, make a note of herbs that prevent diseases and infections.

Moringa: Moringa leaves are a powerhouse of vitamin C

Vitamin C is one of the most important components when it comes to boosting our immunity. Moringa leaves are a powerhouse of health goodness and research proves that it has up to four times more vitamin C than citrus fruits. The leaves also have antioxidants and protect the cells from damage. So, make sure to add fresh moringa leaves to your daily diet.

Tulsi: Tulsi leaves relieve sore throat and mild fever

Tulsi has anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal properties and protects us from an array of infections. Also known as the holy basil, it is also a herbal remedy for sore throat and mild fever. A decoction of tulsi and black pepper is a traditional remedy for mild fever. Chewing tulsi leaves in the morning is a healthy habit that can be added to your routine.

Neem: A staple in traditional ayurvedic medicines, neem flushes away toxins

Neem is one of the most commonly found plants and is a staple in traditional ayurvedic medicines. The anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties of neem protect the body against a host of diseases. Its capsules are used to avert symptoms of fever, malaria, and viral flu. The herb is a blood purifier and strengthens the immune system by flushing away toxins from the body.

Fenugreek: Fenugreek is a natural anti-oxidant and strengthens immune system

Fenugreek is an excellent herb and has diverse uses. It is consumed both in fresh and dried form, as a spice and as well as a flavoring agent. Its antiviral properties make it a good resort against cold and sore throats. A herbal tea made from fenugreek, honey, and lemon is a traditional remedy that treats fever.

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