Best Ayurvedic Herbs and Medicines For Whooping Cough

List of best Ayurvedic medicines and herbs to treat whooping cough. These medicines are safe from any side effects. Learn how you can them and what are all the precautions one should take?

Whopping cough can be treated with Ayurvedic medicines, and herbs very effectively without any side effects. It can cause serious illness in babies, children, teens, and adults. There are different type of cough, and According to CDC Symptoms of Whooping Cough usually develop within 5 to 10 days after being exposed, but sometimes not for as long as 3 weeks.

Here are some of best herbs, and medicines which are very effective in the treatment of Whooping Cough also known as Kaali Khansi.

1) Tulsi leaves has expectorant properties, and very effective in the treatment of all type of respiratory infections. It is know as holy basil. In cold cough, with 3 ml of ginger juice, and 3 ml of tulsi leaves juice helps to give relief in cold, and cough. Tulsi leaves juice with honey is also an effective remedy.

Dosage, and administration 5-20 ml leaves juice orally with honey, and water, 3 times a day for 1-2 weeks.

2) Vasaka(Adulsa or Malabar nut) is a medicinal plant native to India. It scientific name is Adhatoda Vasica. It is a useful plant to cure various diseases, and especially respiratory infections. You can read here to know how to use Adulsa for respiratory infections.

Dosage, and administration 5-20 ml leaves juice, 3 times a day for 1-2 weeks.

3) Brahmi (Bacopa) is bitter in taste, and has laxative, astringent, brain Tonic, memory enhancing, and longevity promoting properties. It is indicated in the treatment of various diseases such as mental retardation, poor memory, epilepsy, insanity, and neuroses, anemia, leprosy, renal disease, blood disease, poisoning, and cough.

Dosage, and administration 5-20 ml leaves juice, 3 times a day for 1-2 weeks.

4) Talisadi churna is ayurvedic herbal medicine in powder form which is used in the treatment of digestive, and respiratory problems. It is very good medicine for allergic chronic bronchitis as it reduces frequency of asthmatic attacks.

Dosage, and administration 200mg – 500mg, 2-3 times a day for 5-7 days.

5) Vasakasava is a herbal Ayurvedic medicine which is used for treating respiratory tract infections. Its main ingredient is adusa or Malabar Nut which is used in Ayurveda as expectorant, and cure for chronic bronchitis. It has bronchodilatory activity which loosens, and thins congestion, and coughing in respiratory tract. This medicines also known as Vasarishtam.

Dosage, and administration 5-10 ml, 2-3 times a day for 1-2 weeks.

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