Intestinal worms are an infestation of worms in a child’s intestine. A child with worms may have a sore tummy, loss of appetite, weight loss, itching or pain around the anus, restlessness, sleeplessness, blood in the stool, pain and frequent urination, constant coughs and vomiting.
Agathi or Sesbania grandiflora leaves are helpful in cleaning worms. Take one cup fresh agathi leaves boil it in water for few minutes after adding palm sugar. Strain the drink and give it to children to clear intestinal worms. The high content of calcium and vitamin A is the main cause behind this proven health benefit.
Agathi leaves benefits
Agathi leaves contain water, fibre, protein, calcium, iron, phosphorous, vitamin C and minerals. Applying agathi leaves juice on the forehead reduces headache.
Constipation, burning sensation in palms, heart, foot and body are the common diseases that attack more people often in day to day life. Regular intake of agathi leaves in your diet reduces burning sensation of stomach, legs, feet, eyes and overall body.
Agathi leaves have the ability to take out poisonous properties present in the food. The antidote, vermifuge, laxative, refrigerant properties of this spinach improve digestion and decrease the unwanted bile in the body.
The calcium, vitamin and iron content in agathi leaves supplies more strength to bones. Daily intake of agathi leaves prevent weak bones in older ages.
Wounds and marks present on the skin for a long time can be healed with the help of agathi leaves extract.
The combination of agathi leaves, henna and turmeric cures cracked foot.
The anti-bacterial properties of agathi leaves heal sprains, bruises and itches very faster. Leaves used as laxative, tonic, antipyretic and chewed to treat mouth and stomach ulcers.
While cooking agathi leaves, add few garlic pods to avoid gastric trouble.
Follow the DIY and know how to get rid of worms in children.