Natural Treatment of Chickenpox At Home

Natural Treatment of Chickenpox At Home

1. Baking SodaBaking soda can help control the itchiness and irritation from chickenpox.

Stir one-half tablespoon of baking soda in a glass of water. Use a soft washcloth to put the solution on the affected parts of the body and allow it to dry.

Another option is to mix one-half or one cup of baking soda in your bath water and soak in it.

2. Indian LilacIndian lilac, also known as margosa or neem is useful in the treatment of chicken pox as it has antiviral properties. Furthermore, it helps dry out the blisters and relieves itching to a great extent.

Take a handful of neem leaves, crush them and apply the paste on the affected areas. Adding neem leaves in bath water is also beneficial.

3. Carrots and CorianderA soup made of carrots and coriander is highly beneficial in the treatment of chickenpox. It is rich in antioxidants that help in the healing process.

Cut up 100 grams of carrots to get about a cup of chopped carrots and chop 60 grams or one and one- half cup of fresh coriander leaves and boil them in about two and one-quarter cup of water until half the amount of water evaporates.

Drink the soup once a day for about a month. You can also eat the boiled carrots and coriander leaves for added strength.

4. OatmealAn oatmeal bath is a popular home remedy for itchiness caused by chickenpox.

Grind two cups of oatmeal into a fine powder.

Put the powdered oatmeal in two liters (one-half gallon) of lukewarm water.

Soak in the bathwater for 15 to 20 minutes.

5. Brown VinegarOne of the most effective remedies for treating chicken pox is brown vinegar. It will relieve skin irritation and help heal the lesions and prevent scarring.

Simply add one-half cup of brown vinegar to lukewarm bathwater, and soak in the bath for about 10 to 15 minutes.
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