Bad Breath

Cold Cough

Dark Circles



Eye Cataracts






Nose Bleeding


Sore Throat

Home Remedies For Respiratory Problems

Breathing Problem

  • Mix 1 teaspoon camphor in 1/2 cup slightly warm coconut oil and apply on the chest.

  • Boil 2 tablespoon fennel seeds in 1 cup water till it is reduced to half. Filter it. Take 1 tablespoon every morning evening for a few days.

  • Boil 3 tablespoon powdered nutmeg in 1 cup sesame oil. Cool it and apply on affected parts.

  • Mix 1 teaspoon oil of garlic and 3 teaspoons honey and take a small amount three times a day.

Chest Congestion

  • Add to 1/2 litre of boiling water, 1 teaspoon carom seeds powder along with 1 teaspoon turmeric powder. Cool it and take 1 tablespoon of this mixture along with 1 teaspoon honey.

Chest Congestion Causing Breathing Problem

  • Grind 1/4 teaspoon mustard seeds to a smooth paste. Mix with honey and eat.

  • Mix equal quantities of mustard powder and rice flour. Add some water and boil until it reaches a paste like consistency. Spread on a handkerchief and foment the chest and neck when bearably hot.


  • Get the pure tulsi oil from a recognized Ayurvedic medicine shop. Put this oil on the chest of the afflicted person. Together with this treatment, extract the juice of five tulsi leaves, Mix it with a few grind grains of black pepper at 6 hourly interval. This combined treatment will produce enough heat in the body to make the person sweat. With sweat all the effect of cold inside the body shall vanish and the patient will be cured.

  • Take a thick cloth and make four folds of it. Between the third and fourth fold, spread a layer of turmeric. Now mix turmeric in lukewarm water and sprinkle over the cloth to make it partially wet. Now put this cloth on the chest of the patient, heat a brick and put it over the chest of the patient to foment his chest, when the heat from the brick reaches the chest, it would nullify the pneumonia effect. Also take 1 gm. of black pepper, five cloves and 1 gm. of edible soda. Boil it in 15 ml. of water. When it is drinkable, make the patient sip it for early relief.


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