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Ayurveda Home Remedies for Tuberculosis
 
Tuberculosis is an airborne bacterial disease that primarily affects the lungs in a human body. It can also affect bones, brain, heart, kidneys, stomach, intestines and other organs of the body. Tuberculosis or TB (abbreviated from Tubercle Bacillus) is considered as one of the most dangerous contagious diseases.

Tuberculosis is caused by the bacteria called Mycobacterium tuberculosis. This disease can be spread by the tuberculosis patient when they cough or sneeze.

A weak immune system can invite this disease very easily. The nutrition deficiency causes low immunity system. The signs of tuberculosis are awful pain in the chest, frequent coughing, fever, tiredness, sweating in the night, weight loss, and expectoration of blood.

The first way to prevent this disease is to make sure you live in a proper ventilated place with enough sunlight. Never be in over-crowded areas where you are likely to get infections. People living in unhygienic conditions are more prone to tuberculosis.

You should have proper well balanced diet that can improve your immunity to fight all diseases. People who are suffering from nutritional disorders can easily fall prey to tuberculosis.

According to Ayurvedic concept, tuberculosis is known as ‘Rajyakshma’, which means ‘the king of disease’. As mentioned earlier, prevention is the best treatment. There are several natural home remedies for tuberculosis.

 
Ashwagandha: Prepare a paste of its root and add a little clarified butter and milk. Have this to improve your nutrition level. Ashwagandha is a useful herb for the treatment of pulmonary problems.


Tulasi: This herb is considered as a sacred plant in Ayurveda. It heals almost all the ailments in a holistic method. Recent studies have proven that holy basil leaves have anti-tuberculosis properties that are similar to streptomycin and isoniazide contained in anti-TB drugs.


Amla: Prepare a tablespoon of fresh amla juice and mix honey, and have it daily in the morning. This is a proven and very effective remedy for tuberculosis.


Haritaki: This herb is useful for the treatment of respiratory disorders such as bronchitis, asthma and tuberculosis.


Guduchi: The extract of this herb along with haridra extract are effective in preventing toxicity caused by taking drugs that treat tuberculosis.


Haridra: The roots are very beneficial in treating colds, bronchitis, asthma and tuberculosis.


Ayurvedic concept also believes in certain home remedies that will take care of tuberculosis. Having unpasteurized milk every two hours starting from eight in the morning for twelve hours is a good remedy for tuberculosis. Intake of fruits like oranges, custard apples, pineapples, and amla on a regular basis is a good treatment for tuberculosis.
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