Ayurvedic Home Remedies For A Sore Throat
At one time or another almost everyone has had a sore throat. A sore throat is caused by irritation and inflammation of the throat and is most commonly due to a virus and to a lesser extent by bacteria. That said, if your sore throat lasts more than a few days or if it’s accompanied by fever, nausea, or abdominal pain, see a doctor.

Bio-Immune
Supports natural immunity; helps detoxify blood and promotes cellular regeneration

Cold Weather Defense
Supports the body’s natural defenses; helps remove toxins; useful as an all-season defense.

Common Causes of Sore Throat

  • Viral infection
  • Bacterial infection
  • Fungal infection
  • Smoking
  • Shouting
  • Allergies

 

Catch It Early – Gargle! 
In order to catch your sore throat early, consider a gargle with turmeric and salt. According to Ayurveda, one of the simplest and most effective remedy for managing a sore throat is gargling. Therefore, gargle with 1 cup of hot water [not too hot that it burns] mixed with 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric and 1/2 teaspoon of salt.

Clear Throat
This fast-acting throat formula cools and soothes the throat, and aids in removing impurities from the respiratory system.

Throat Ease
These tasty, refreshing lozenges help remove impurities and soothe a dry, irritated throat.

“Throat Soothing Herbal Tea”
Steep 1 teaspoon of the following mixture in water for 5-10 mins.
Drink this throat soothing herbal tea up to 3 times a day.

  • ginger [2 parts]
  • cinnamon [2 parts]
  • licorice [3 parts]

* Source: The Complete Book Of Ayurvedic Home Remedies

Ayurvedic Home Remedies For A Dry Cough & Sore Throat

“Honey is a natural home remedy for a dry cough, as it soothes the irritated tissue lining at the back of the throat. Depending on the severity of the cough, you can take a tablespoon of honey one to three times a day.”

Sore Throat + Common Cold
First and foremost, rest is the best remedy for the common cold. That said, make sure to get enough Vitamin C and there is no better source of Vitamin C than Amalaki. Amalaki is the indian gooseberry, the word “amla” means ‘sour’ and has a very high content of vitamin C.

Also consider taking 1 tablet or ½ tsp of neem at least 3x day.
After neem, mix about:
– 1/2 tsp sitopaladi
– 1 pinch pippali (or regular black pepper, if pippali not available)
– 1 tsp honey

Lick this mixture and avoid eating or drinking for at least ½ hr. You will notice a little bit of burning in your throat after you take this sitopaladi/pippali/honey mixture.

Sniffle Free
To improve natural resistance against cold; helps drain excess mucus from the sinuses

What To Eat?
There may be nothing more frustrating than eating a meal while experiencing a sore throat. During these moments, kitchari is a good choice. Kichari is easily digested allowing your body the energy for healing itself.  Click Here – To Learn How To Easily Make Kitchari

Organic Digest Tone
Supports digestive system and elimination; assists body in absorbing nutrients; high-quality antioxidant; wide range of benefits.

Organic Ayurvedic Spice Selections
Ready-to-use spice mixtures satisfy the six ayurvedic tastes considered essential for balance.

Foods to Avoid:
When you have a sore throat it may be best to avoid dairy:

  • cheese
  • yogurt
  • ice cream

… Want More?
Lemon, Black Pepper & Salt:
1 tbsp lemon juice
Add ½ tsp black pepper powder
Add 1 pinch salt
Mix well then heat the mixture till it turns lukewarm
Consume once everyday

Black pepper, Salt and Cinnamon:
1 glass hot water
Add ½ tsp black pepper powder
Add 1 tsp salt
Add ½ tsp cinnamon powder
Allow it to rest till it turns lukewarm
Gargle with this mixture 2 times a day

Turmeric Immune Boosting Milk
“Drinking 1 cup of hot milk boiled with 1/2 teaspoon turmeric is also helpful for a sore throat.”
– Dr. Vasant Lad, Ayurvedic Physician
Click Here – To Learn More Benefits Of Turmeric

Nature’s Greatest Antioxidant!! 
Full-spectrum antioxidant: targets mind & nervous system

  1. 1000x more effective in eliminating free radicals (the root cause of aging) than vitamins C or E1
  2. powerful food for the brain
  3. significantly boosts immunity & vitality
  4. best taken with Amrit Nectar

DISCLAIMER:
This is strictly for educational purpose only and NOT considered medical advice. Always first seek the consultation of your primary care physician before considering any new health regimen.

1 Comment
  1. Harry Idate 2 months ago

    Hi there! That was one helpful content. Thank you. I have been a follower of Ayurveda from past one year and I am so glad that it has shown me positive results. My immunity used to be very low before due to which I was frequently affected by cold and cough. I started using Dabur Chyawanprash and believe me when I say that now I am less susceptible to such infections. Had I recognized the symptoms of weak immunity, I would have suffered less. To know more on how to identify the symptoms of low immunity, you can visit https://www.dabur.com/dabur-chyawanprash/immunity-blog/signs-of-low-immunity

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