Best Ayurvedic Herbs to Keep Cold and Cough at Bay this Winter

Best Ayurvedic Herbs to Keep Cold and Cough at Bay this Winter

With the start of winter, you know that winter germs are not too far away. 

The best shield against a cold thrash is to guarantee you are taking the right foods that improve your immunity. 

Cold and influenza is a viral infection, means there is not much a doctor or medication can do to aid. 

It takes its own sweet time to make its way out. 

By enhancing certain spices and herbs into your daily diet you are less probably to fall ill and even if you do, the possibilities of your recuperating are better and faster. 

Here is a list of warming spices as per the Ayurveda that is best to combat cough and colds. 

This list of spices, aid to provide relief and reduce symptoms connected with the start of cold such as the runny and stuffy nose, sore throat, irritation. 

Black Pepper  

The spice is a boon when it comes to curing cough or cold. Iaids to relax chest congestion, often caused due to pollution, flu, or a viral infection. And given that black pepper is high in Vitamin C, it also performs as a good antibiotic. 


Possibly one of the most famous and generally used spices in any cuisine. Cinnamon aids to boost blood making our body warm. It is the best cold reliever and expectorant. It aids to lessen congestion, remove phlegm and dry runny nose. 


Cloves have the greatest number of antioxidants per gram. Ayurvedic medicines depend on cloves for treating or as a solution for most health ailments. So, you know you are having your antioxidant fix if you add just 4-5 buds of cloves. Cloves also serve as an expectorant and aid clear stuffy nose.  


Oil from elaichi is a helpful stimulant; it is an antiseptic that aids soothe the digestive system that further cures the throat, colds and cough. Cardamom or elaichi holds many plants obtained alkaloids that known for their powerful antioxidants and health encouraging properties. Its anti-inflammatory properties control pain and swelling, mainly in the mucus membranes, the mouth and the throat.  

Dry ginger 

Technically not a spice but ginger powder can also be exerted in place of fresh ginger. It has anti-inflammatory capabilities and aids in battling throat and chest infection. Ginger also hampers the expansion of toxins and aids the body to absorb essential nutrients reinforcing our immunity system. 


Lemongrass holds antibacterial and anti-fungal properties that aid you to manage with cold, cough and flu. In addition, it is packed with Vitamin C that reinforces your immunity. It ipowerful for breaking down mucus and phlegm build-up caused by congestion.  


Mulethi is restoratively useful in sore throat, throat irritation, cough and bronchitis. 

Yashtimadhu holds expectorant properties. It also facilitates in coughing up the thick yellow sputum gathered in the lungs. Due to antibacterial properties, it also lessens infection of upper respiratory tract. It lessens throat irritation and aids in chronic cough. 

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Posted on 27/01/2020 0 327

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