Health and Nutrition

Home Remedies For Prevention And Treatment Of Malaria

The most common disease in rainy season is “Malaria”. It is spread by mosquitoes since there is a problem of water clogging during rainy season which is a breeding ground for mosquitoes to breed.

Symptoms: ॰High fever
॰Body ache
॰Body Chills
॰Sweating ॰Severe anemia

Home Remedies for Malaria:

If a person is not into western medicine, a minor Malaria can be cured through home remedies which have proved to be effective for everything.

1)Apple Vinegar- Apple Cider Vinegar mixed with water, soaked in a towel and kept on calves for 10-12 minutes.

2)Ginger Water– Boil ginger in water and drink 1-2 cups on a daily basis.

3) Cinnamon and Honey Water– Boil cinnamon and pepper powder in water. Add honey to the strained water and drink it 1-2 times a day.

4) Fresh Juice– Consume 2-3 glasses of orange juice, sweet lime juice or grapefruit juice on a daily basis.

5) Herbal Tea and Milk– Have 2 cups of herbal tea or turmeric milk every day.

How can Malaria be prevented: There are multiple ways in which an individual can secure himself in a rainy season from getting bitten by a Malaria insect.

Bed Nets – Cover the entire room with a net which is treated with insecticide.

Cover yourself up – In such seasons, it is advised to wear full clothes so that your body isn’t exposed to mosquitoes and you stay safe. Or else apply a thin layer of natural mosquito repellent cream .

Mosquito Repellent Spray – Sprays specially sold in the market to prevent from the mosquito bites is quiet a common option for people.

Mosquito Repellent Lotion– Lotion to be applied on the whole body is a very good way of preventing oneself from getting infected. This mosquito cream is very effective in taking care of people. This is a good mosquito repellent for babies and adults both.

Odomos is the brand which has been manufacturing the most efficient mosquito repellents like lotions and sprays for keeping those mosquitoes away and the best thing about it is that it comes in various formats like cream, lotion, spray, gel, wrist bands and roll-ons.

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