Wellness - Preventive Care | 0-12 yrs

Monsoon Herbal Remedies For Your Child


During monsoon, there is an increase in infections and illnesses. Visits to the doctor and taking over-the-counter medicines become a regular affair.

However, herbal remedies might prove to be equally effective with no danger of side effects. For instance, fungal infections which are common during monsoon can be treated with a mixture of neem leaves and turmeric.

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Common Ailments In Children During Monsoons

Monsoon brings happy showers and a cool climate. However, it also invites a lot of health issues. It is important that parents take necessary precautions to ensure their children practice good hygiene to minimise the chances of falling sick.

Safe Herbal Remedies For Monsoon Illnesses

Monsoons and infections go hand in hand. How can you treat these illnesses naturally?

Natural Immunity Boosters For The Season

The cold and flu season is here. Do you want to fight off that illness that’s spreading around your child’s school? Boosting your immune system is a great way to start.

Natural Home Remedies For Cough And Cold For Kids

Looking for home remedies for cold and cough in children? With the change in weather, viral cough and cold are a common occurrence. Try some of these remedies to treat the ailments and boost your child's immunity.

Natural Remedies To Keep Monsoon Woes At Bay

The sudden climatic change that the body gets exposed to after a shower can lead to various health issues like cold, cough and flu. Try these time-tested traditional remedies to keep monsoon-related ailments at bay.

Traditional Home Remedies For Monsoon

Let's have a look at some of the illnesses kids catch during the monsoon and what you should do to keep your little ones safe during this season. Read on to know about the most effective home remedies to get rid of five most common monsoon illness...

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