Ginger

Ginger is another Ayurvedic herbs many turn to after getting sick. Ginger may help decrease inflammation,which can help reduce a sore throat and inflammation illnesses.

Ginger may also possess cholesterol-lowering properties.Due to its strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, ginger may boost immune health.

how to use

you may be taken as a decoction with other Ayurvedic herbs or it’s slices may be used in tea.

Garlic

Garlic’s high Sulphur content explains the bulbs’s benefit as a cold and flu fighter. The Sulphur in garlic helps your body absorbs the trace elements zink,which is an immunity booster.Since ages, Garlic has been used for its medicinal properties, this spice has been one of the active ingredients used in many ancient medicines. Even in the books of Ayurveda, there’s a mention of this magical spice and its immunity boosting properties. In fact, amidst the corona virus scare and the need to build a strong immunity, adding garlic to your daily diet can be a good idea.

how to use

it may be used in your daily diet and foods.

Turmeric

Turmeric is a roots of plant and it is ingredient in many curry.  Turmeric can help fight inflammation ,potentially helping reduce your risk for various chronic diseases.  It’s generic name is Curcuma longa. Curcamin is an anti-inflammatory.It may protect against heart disease.It may help to prevent diabetes. Turmeric may help delay Alzheimer’s disease.

how to use

It may be used with milk and honey.

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