This season is of rampant viral fevers, cold and sore throat.Here’s a list of 7 superfoods that Baba Ramdev suggests, and these are sure-shot cures for all kinds of fevers out there.
t’s a powerhouse of antioxidants, and treats everything from recurring fever, diabetes, and arthritis, to indigestion, anxiety, and asthma! You can get some giloy powder or juice from an ayurvedic store, or grow some in your garden, or even in a pot in your balcony.Giloy ( गुर्जो )Giloy is as easy to consume as it is easy to grow. The creeper has been celebrated in ayurvedic circles as one of the amritas, or roots of immortality.
Aloe is a natural antibiotic, anti fungal and antibacterial ingredient.juice or make an aloe vera salad today.
High in dietary fibers, vitamins, and minerals, wheat grass is another one of those ingredients you can grow easily at home. It’s exceptionally good for digestion, and assists in the production of red blood cells, potassium and electrolyte–all of these, in turn, keep your body fit and functioning. You can easily get wheat grass in powder, juice and raw grass forms in the market.
Now there’s a reason why every aangan or courtyard in India used to have at least one tulsi plant, and why we worshipped it. It fights acne for your beauty and protects against everything from diabetes, cancer, respiratory disorders, and chronic fever.We don’t need to tell you where to get it because you know it’s very easily available. If you don’t like it with milk and turmeric, try crushing some and add it to a lemonade.
If you haven’t checked out some anjeer or figs while in the market, you should now. Not only are these fruits just amazing to taste when they’re ripe and sweet, but they also have some very high nutritional benefits.They help treat blood pressure, cancer, diabetes, and heart diseases. And you know what? They can even help you lose weight! So add some to your yogurt, or have some fresh–but have them you must.
There’s a good reason why most of our traditional dishes, from pulao to kheer, call for dried grapes or kishmish. They are rich sources of vitamins, electrolytes, and minerals, all of which are sure to boost your immune system.And they’re famous for treating cancer, coronary diseases, allergies, and blood pressure. Have a handful of raisins every day, and you’ll be fit enough to fight any viral or autoimmune disease.
We’ve kept this one for last because it’s quite bitter, and not meant for the fain hearted. But this has always been the traditional cure for dengue fever, and there’s a good reason.The juice of papaya leaves naturally boost our platelet counts.
Reference: Patanjali Health Magazines