Chicken pox is a common and highly contagious disease. It is common during childhood and children between the ages of 5-9 years are most susceptible to getting it.
Chicken pox begins with a low grade fever, headache, loss of appetite and fatigue. This is followed by the appearance of rashes on the skin, first as tiny spots, mostly on the upper back or chest and then on the face, neck, ears, hands and lower extremities. These spots turn into blisters and become pustules that later form scabs and drop off.
Natural cure for chicken pox:
Patients suffering from chicken pox must be isolated and kept in a well-ventilated room until the scabs are off. The patient should not be allowed to scratch the rashes as it can cause infection and form further rashes.
Diet: Lots of fresh fruits and vegetable juices should be given to the patient in order to supply energy to the body and increase the appetite.
Lemon juice is highly beneficial for treating this condition. Extract the juice of 1 lemon, dilute it with water and give several times to the patient.
Therapeutic Baths: Lukewarm water baths helps relieve itching and combat the infection effectively. Adding the extract of neem leaves to water is recommended for treating irritation caused by chicken pox.
Cider vinegar is another helpful cure for combating skin irritation and itching caused by chicken pox. Add half cup cider vinegar to warm water and bathe in it. Oatmeal bath is another effective natural cure for chicken pox. Cook 2 cups of oatmeal in 2 liters of water for 15 minutes. Put it in a cloth bag and tie a knot so that the bag does not open. Allow the bag to float on the tub of warm water and take a bath with it.
Brews: Herbal teas made from chamomile, Holy basil, calendula and lemon balm should be given to the patient at regular intervals to treat this condition. You can add a pinch of powdered cinnamon and honey to the tea and sip it several times during the day.
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