This DIY explains how to use adhatoda leaves to cure pain in lungs. Adhatoda leaves, also called as Malabar nut, is one of the important herbs, which is used since ancient times in preparation of many natural medicines. This herb is available in plenty in India and other Asian countries. Adhatoda leaves are rich in alkaloids, flavonoids, hydrocarbons, fatty acids, essential oil, triterpenes and phytosterols.
This herb can treat and cure cough, cold, fever, asthma, jaundice, scabies, pneumonia, tuberculosis, throat infection and phlegm in children. The rich anti-bacterial property keeps harmful bacteria away from your body. Adhatoda leaves are anti-inflammatory too. This property of Adhatoda, helps to heal and reduce pain internally.
Pain in lungs are usually caused by congestion of phlegm in lungs. Too much of cough and cold can also cause irritable feeling in the lungs. Adhatoda leaves comes in very handy when you need to reduce pain in lungs caused by phlegm, cough or cold.
Since adhatoda leaves are anti-bacterial by nature, it removes harmful bacteria and helps to boost immunity. It flushes out toxins and clears phlegm in the chest. The adhatoda extract melts the chest phlegm congestion and relieves pain in lungs. It also soothes the irritated and strained throat due to excessive coughing.
Honey is another ingredient in this recipe which is mixed with adhatoda leaf extract. Honey has many nutrients in that are used by us to treat and improve our general health. Honey is anti-fungal and anti-bacterial by nature. It is used in many home remedies since many decades. Since usage of honey does not cause any side-effects, it can be used by adults and children. Honey soothes sore throat, cures cough, reduces ulcers, treats intestinal disorders and boosts immunity naturally. Honey also helps to regulate blood sugar levels and improve blood circulation.
Let us look into the step by step instruction of the recipe.