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Fight the Infections the Natural Way with these Foods!

Shalini Mittal

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Chemicals and the allopathic medicines can cause harm to the body while healing temporarily. There can be natural ways to heal the infections and making the body cure naturally. This article is dedicated towards the herbs that are going to be explained in detail to make the readers understand the benefits of the herbs.

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The homely heroes are as follows:

Ginger:

This is a herb that is said to be consisting of all the good qualities of the food. It helps in fighting with Diarrhea, nausea, headaches, body aches and vomiting. It can help in fighting the stomach flu because it fights with the viruses.

Lemon:

Known to cure a sore throat, lemon fights the virus, bacterial and fungal infections. It contains coumarin and tetrazine that can help in relieving pathogens. Vitamin C richness makes it an antioxidant that fights the illness of the throat.

Yogurt:

Not only the concept of yogurt adoption over ice cream is a healthy choice but it can cure the problem of women leucorrhea. Many women face the problem of foul odor and different color of the vaginal discharge. Yogurt helps in maintaining the genital health of the body.

Garlic:

Garlic is something that is capable of curing the infections related to the yeast and fungal infections. The antibacterial and antibiotic properties help the body to recover faster from the damages caused to it by the external environment. It is good for the skin, brain and the eyes.

Cayenne Pepper:

This pepper can help the person to get rid of the sinus infection. It helps open up the brain and clear the sinuses that developed.

Cranberries:

Filled with bacteria-inhibiting properties, cranberries can be your best friend to beat the UTI. These diseases can be well stopped with the help of cranberries.

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Shalini has been working with IRN Post for 2 years now. As IRN’s team member Shalini is a well recognized journalist with experience attained from being a part of popular websites in the past.

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