Skin Care – Chicken Pox – Natural Ayurvedic Home Remedies

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Chicken Pox:

• Chicken pox is a viral infection
• The most prominent symptom is the appearance of red spots and rashes on skin
• It is a highly contagious condition

Symptoms to look for:

• Rashes or tiny red spots on the skin
o These appear mostly on the upper back or chest
o As infection grows rashes spread to face and lower extremities
• Overtime,
o Rashes get filled with fluid
o Thick crust develops
• As some of these rashes dry, new ones come up
• Itchy blisters
• Mild fever
• Headache
• Weakness

Causes:

• The condition may spread if one comes in contact with,
o Cough or sneeze of an infected person
o Fluid from the chickenpox blister
• Lack of vaccination for chickenpox

Natural home remedy using green peas:

1. Take 200 g green peas
2. Boil them in water
3. Drain the water
4. Crush the peas to make a paste
5. Apply this paste on the affected area
6. Leave it for 1 hr

Natural home remedies using baking soda:

1. Baking soda helps control the itching
2. Take 1 bowl of water
3. Add 3 tbsp baking soda
4. Mix well
5. Use a sponge to apply on the skin
6. Make sure that the soda dries on skin

Natural home remedies using carrots and coriander leaves:

1. Take 100 g chopped carrots
2. Add 60 g fresh coriander leaves
3. Add them in 500 ml water and boil till water reduces to half
4. Drink this soup once a day
5. Add salt and pepper for taste

Tips:

• Vaccinate your child for chicken pox
• Avoid itching or scratching the blisters as it can aggravate the condition. It can also leave permanent scars on the skin
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These remedies are based on the principles of Ayurveda, the ancient Indian science of healing, and are completely natural, non-invasive, and can be prepared at home. Consult your doctor if the symptoms persist. Refer to the terms of use on our website http://www.homeveda.com

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