Home Health Natural remedies to manage Covid-19 symptoms

Natural remedies to manage Covid-19 symptoms

With the Covid-19 here to stay, we all need to learn how to manage the virus at home. This is where the natural remedies come in.

The Ministry of Health recommended that Covid-19 patients who have mild symptoms should manage the virus at home.  Luckily, there are several herbal remedies that can help you ease the pain that comes with Covid-19.

Research indicates that most of the natural remedies we will discuss below have anti-viral properties. These properties build the body’s immunity and also manage symptoms like sore throat, cough, and fever.

Here are some of the natural remedies that help manage Covid-19 symptoms.

Lemons,limes and oranges

Research noted that Vitamin C plays a major role in preventing and managing Covid-19 symptoms. Most citrus fruits contain lots of Vitamin C. Vitamin C is essential in managing flu-like symptoms associated with Covid-19.

Additionally, Vitamin C strengthens the immune system. The body does not make or store Vitamin C. For this reason, you need to consume as much Vitamin C as possible on a daily basis.

Ginger

Just like citrus fruits, ginger has anti-viral properties. Additionally, it has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Ginger is arguably one of healthiest spices in the world. Most people associate it with its ability to help the body fight off diseases.

Consuming fresh ginger can help manage Covid-19 symptoms associated with infections in the respiratory organs. Additionally, ginger contains gingerol which lowers the risk of infection.

Apple cider vinegar

A lot of people use apple cider vinegar as a home remedy. It helps stop bacteria from spreading and a result quickens the recovery process.

You can also use apple cider vinegar to treat sore throats. Simply add two tablespoons of the apple cider to one cup of water and gargle it.

Honey

For the longest time, people have used honey to soothe sore throats and coughs. Raw honey is more effective compared to pasteurized honey.

Related news

KEMRI to start coronavirus vaccine trials ‘in a few weeks’

The Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) is expected to kick off Covid-19 vaccine trials in a few weeks, Nation has reported. According to Nation, KEMRI’s...

WHO warns Europe of dire situation as new infections pass March peak

The World Health Organization has warned of a dire situation in Europe as COVID cases continued to spike. WHO Europe Regional Director, Hans Kluge, said...

Kenya loses 16 healthcare workers to COVID

Kenya has lost 16 healthcare workers to COVID-19, the Ministry of Health has revealed. In the presser today, Health CAS, Dr Mercy Mwangangi, revealed that...

FOLLOW US

15,775FansLike
3,537FollowersFollow

Popular Stories

China: COVID vaccine could be ready by November

China has stated that they could have a COVID-19 vaccine developed by November. An official with the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)...

KEMRI to start coronavirus vaccine trials ‘in a few weeks’

The Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) is expected to kick off Covid-19 vaccine trials in a few weeks, Nation has reported. According to Nation, KEMRI’s...

WHO records second highest COVID cases worldwide since pandemic began

The World Health Organization on Sunday recorded the second highest-increase in COVID cases. In the latest report, WHO confirmed that there were 307,930 confirmed infections....

Kenya loses 16 healthcare workers to COVID

Kenya has lost 16 healthcare workers to COVID-19, the Ministry of Health has revealed. In the presser today, Health CAS, Dr Mercy Mwangangi, revealed that...

WHO warns Europe of dire situation as new infections pass March...

The World Health Organization has warned of a dire situation in Europe as COVID cases continued to spike. WHO Europe Regional Director, Hans Kluge, said...

Rayvany, Maghufuli release song on coronavirus

The world is at the moment confined to one topic, one discussion, the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, which has affected almost every sector across the...
Loading...