5 Nani- Maa Ke Nuskhe Which Always Helped Me

 

Like all Mums, I always have a stock of medicines for kids well in advance, but there are some household remedies which I always have in my kitchen and can swear by it anyday.

So here goes my list:

 

Honey:

Specifically the pure one! Which I have stocked up when I saw a beehive been taken down near our place. Yes! The fresh one is a Life Savior.

 

Give one spoonful every day to kids to boost their immunity or when the kids have a cough, especially to kids suffering from Asthma. This honey can work wonders during this season.

 

Giloy:

This is one thing I am Thankful Baba Ramdev re-introduced in our lives, Boil the giloy stems and give it to kids during bad cough or when they have fever. You can also give them in general in the winters and chances of catching cold reduces.

My son was quite prone to runny nose in winters this season, I gave giloy water in his school bottle and TOUCHWOOD! We have been keeping well.

 

Kalaunji/ Nigella Seeds:

This is helpful mainly for infants and toddlers where we avoid using Vapour Rubs. Either fill the pillow with the seeds which will help give a round shape to infant heads- age old Nuskha and will also help them breath when they have blocked nose as they don’t know how to blow their nose.

 

For older kids put some Kalaunji in their handkerchief , rub it in your hand and ask them to sniff it will clear their blocked nose.

 

Garlic:

We know Garlic is helpful to combat heart disease, fight cancer, control blood pressure, treating cold & infections, reversing hair-loss , improves dementia and treats diabetes. So why not introduce such a useful & nutritious aromatic herb from an early age in their food.

 

Add Garlic to soups, sabji’s or if they can mix it with honey and ask them to take raw (this works as magic to increase immunity).

 

 

Hing and Fennel:

Almost all children suffer from stomach ache one time or the other that can be due to constipation, indigestion, gas, acid reflux, stomach flu and colic.

Either put hing mixed with a few drops of water on their belly button

 

Or

 

Add 1 teaspoon of crushed fennel seeds in 1 cup water boils it for 10 min’s, strain and add a little honey give your child twice daily and ask them to drink slowly.

 

This will definitely relieve them from stomach aches.

 

 

These few household remedies we can try on regular basis because these issues are quite common among kids. I am not saying they are better than medicines, but they do help in an hour of need, we moms often worry about increasing immunity of our kids what better than using Age old nani-maa’s tried and tested nuskhas that are natural and safe.

 

But yes, during emergencies do consult a doctor.

 

Disclaimer: The information in the article is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor.

 

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Comments (20)



Dhara Popat

I wish I knew this before

Neha Singhal

Very helpful, thanks for sharing

Shilpa Chaudhary

I wish I knew this before

bhavya talati

This is just in time

Anamika Loka

I wish I knew this before

jagruti domadiya

This is just in time

Akanksha Bajaj

Very helpful

lavanya

Nice tips

Amardeep Mann

Superb.... Thank u Nandita Sharma; fr reminding such gud nuskhas....

Arshiya

Helpful

richa

This is so well written.

Pratibha Azad

This is exactly what I was looking for.

Sonal Garg

My 10 mnt daughter is suffering from constipation nowadays...plz tell me the remedy that i can give her daily

Nandita Sharma

Sonal Garg raat ko sone se pehle dhud pilaye Ya harad ghis ke de subah nahlake ,stomach clean rahega n chote bachhe ek do din chodke potty karte hai jaruri Nahi Roj Kare kyunki proper solid food Nahi khate

Rahul Pandey

My 17 months daughter also have constipation problem. She try to do potty not able to do. Whats the home remedy to cure

Nandita Sharma

Rahul Pandey kids specially young ones not necessarily do potty every day... if she is constipated after her bath or early morning give harad

Ismail Shaikh

sounds good but I'll try it now for my daughter thank you

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