This contagious disease takes a long time to cure and can affect your patient. The treatment of tuberculosis can be accelerated with some easy or rather natural home remedies.
Tuberculosis is an infection caused by a bacterium that infects the lungs. This disease is contagious and can spread through the air. It can be spread when someone coughs or sneezes or any exchange of body fluids or when sharing food or in all other ways in which a communicable disease can be spread. Tuberculosis can be treated, but due to its nature, it requires that the patient be isolated and treated with antibiotics. The treatment of tuberculosis is a very long and difficult process. This disease is also dangerous and if left untreated it can spread and damage your internal organs. That is why you need to maintain a healthy lifestyle and continue your treatment and treatment with antibiotics. Although it cannot be treated exclusively with natural home remedies, home remedies can help speed up the healing process and also help you recover at a faster rate. These are some home remedies that you can try if you have tuberculosis.
Although it can stink your mouth and your whole house, garlic contains sulfuric acid that helps fight tuberculosis bacteria. It has antimicrobial properties and can also boost your immune system.
Peppermint contains menthol that has anti-inflammatory properties. It is also rich in antioxidants and improves the immune system. Peppermint can help cleanse your lungs and your tract. It also helps fight tuberculosis bacteria.
This Indian gooseberry is very good for our health. A glass of fresh amla juice can work wonders for your body and skin. This juice also helps relieve inflammation in the stomach and respiratory tract. Amla also has antibacterial properties and can support the immune system and fight bacteria.
It is rich in antioxidants and has polyphenols that exist in tea leaves. Polyphenol helps improve the immune system and helps fight bacteria and eliminates it.
Black pepper can help relieve inflammation and can cleanse the lungs. It also helps reduce sneezing and cough, as well as pain.
PS Before resorting to any home remedy to help with tuberculosis, consult your doctor. Some of the remedies may not combine well with your medication and cause more harm than good and, to avoid this, you should discuss the remedies with your doctor.