Natural Ayurvedic Home Remedies for Chicken Pox

Remedies for Chicken Pox
  • Chicken pox is a viral infection
  • The most prominent symptom is the appearance of red spots and rashes on skin
  • It is a highly contagious condition
  • Lack of vaccination for chickenpox
    • The condition may spread if one comes in contact with
    • Cough or sneeze of an infected person
  • Fluid from the chickenpox blister

  • Rashes or tiny red spots on the skin
  • These appear mostly on the upper back or chest
  • As infection grows overtime:
    • Rashes spread to face and lower extremities 
    • Rashes get filled with fluid
    • Thick crust develops
    • As some of these rashes dry, new ones come up
  • Itchy blisters
  • Mild fever
  • Headache
  • Weakness
Simple techniques
  1. Natural home remedy using green peas

    1. Take 200 g green peas
    2. Boil them in water
    3. Drain the water
    4. Crush the peas to make a paste
    5. Apply this paste on the affected area
    6. Leave it for 1 hr
  2. Natural home remedies using baking soda

    1. Baking soda helps control the itching
    2. Take 1 bowl of water
    3. Add 3 tbsp baking soda
    4. Mix well
    5. Use a sponge to apply on the skin
    6. Make sure that the soda dries on skin
  3. Natural home remedies using carrots and coriander leaves

    1. Take 100 g chopped carrots
    2. Add 60 g fresh coriander leaves
    3. Add them in 500 ml water and boil till water reduces to half
    4. Drink this soup once a day
    5. Add salt and pepper for taste
  • Vaccinate your child for chicken pox
  • Avoid itching or scratching the blisters as it can aggravate the condition. It can also leave permanent scars on the skin

These remedies are based on the principles of Ayurveda, the ancient Indian science of healing, and are completely natural, non-invasive, and can be prepared at home. Consult your doctor if the symptoms persist. Refer to the terms of use.

Dr. B.N. Sinha

Ayurveda Expert,

Dr. B.N. Sinha has been a practitioner and an avid patron of Ayurveda for 20 years now. He specializes in lifestyle disorders and chronic disease management. Due to his keen focus on spreading awareness about his discipline, Dr. Sinha has played a pivotal role in several educational institutions. He retired as Dean, University of Delhi, Principal A & U Tibbia College, New Delhi.

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