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Home Remedies for the Treatment of Anaemia

Some of the Common Home Remedies for Curing Anaemia

Spinach: Spinach is a leafy vegetable, very rich in iron. After its absorption, it helps in the formation of haemoglobin and red blood cells. It is thus beneficial in building up the blood, and in the prevention and treatment of anaemia.

Sesame Seeds: Black sesame seeds, as a rich source of iron, are valuable in anaemia. After soaking one teaspoon of the seeds in warm water for a couple of hours, they should be ground and strained, and ' then mixed with a cup of milk and sweetened with jaggery or sugar. This emulsion should be given to patients suffering from anaemia.

Currant - It is a good remedy for curing anaemia. Soak 10 currants overnight. Remove seeds and take them for atleast 3-4 weeks as a first thing in the morning.

Banana - Consume a ripe banana with 1 tbsp of honey 2 times a day.

Vitamin B12 - Vitamin B12 is necessary for both preventing and curing anaemia. The rich sources of this vitamin are animal protein and organic meats like kidney and liver.

Cold Water Bath - A cold-water bath is the valuable method in curing anaemia. You should take atleast 2-3 baths daily.

Honey - Honey is remarkable for building haemoglobin in the body. This is largely due to the iron, copper, and manganese contained in it.

Beets: Beets are also one of the best remedy for curing anameia. Beet Juice is rich in potassium, phosphorus, calcium, sulphur , iodine, iron, copper, carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins B,, B2, niacin, and vitamin P. All of these ingridients are very helpful in curing anaemia fast.

Foods - There are several other foods which are rich sources of iron and can be used beneficially in the treatment of anaemia. The more important of these are bananas, black grapes, plums, strawberries, raisins, onions, squash, carrots, radish, celery, and tomatoes.

Soyabean - Soyabean again is very rich in iron (the ingriedient which aids the healing process for anaemia) and also has a high protein value. As most anaemic patients usually also suffer from a weak digestion, it should be given to them in a very light form, preferably in the form of milk, which can be easily digested.

Fenugreek - The leaves of fenugreek help in blood formation. The cooked leaves should be taken by adolescent girls to prevent anaemia, which may occur due to the onset of puberty and menstruation. The seeds of fenugreek are also a valuable cure for anaemia, being rich in iron.


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