More than 300 million people are affected by asthma across the world as per World Health Organisation Survey 2005. Asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases among children. It was predicted in 2005 that the asthma death rate might increase by 20% every decade. The different factors which cause asthma are indoor allergens like dust from the bed, carpet, stuffed furniture and outdoor allergens like pollens, moulds etc. The world is being polluted at an alarming rate and high cost of medication. It’s become a necessity for us to know some natural remedies which can help us in preventing asthma. We will now look at the solutions mentioned in the ancient manuscript “Bhramamuni Sutram”.
- Chitharathai – Alpinia galangal -Thai ginger or Finger root.
- Athimadhuram – Glycyrrhiza Glabra – Liquorice in English.
- Parangipattai – China Root
- Jadipatri – Mace
- Sirutheku -Clerodendrum infortunatum
- Talisapatri – Abies Webbiana
- Akarkaram – Anacyclus pyrethrum
- Kostam – Zingiberaceae
- Thipili – Piper longum
- Perarathai – Alpinia Galangal
- Vaal melagu – Cubeb
- Sauf – Fennel seeds
- Black Pepper
- Cumin seeds
- Agasha Tamarai – Water cabbage/Water lettuce juice – 100 ml
- Musumukai – Cucumis Maderaspatanus juice -100 ml
- Ginger juice – 100 ml
- Honey -100 ml
- Brown Sugar – 700 grams
- Cow Ghee– 140 grams
Take 35 grams of each dry 1-15 ingredient and grind it to a fine powder.
Mix all the juices with honey and brown sugar and heat the mixture till it becomes the consistency of honey. Add the powder prepared earlier and cows butter/ghee to this mixture and mix well. Store this mixture in an airtight glass jar.
Take a teaspoon of this mixture twice a day for 48 days to completely cure asthma.
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