Ayurvedic Remedies to Ward Off Cough and Cold

The onset of winter accelerates the rate at which people fall prey to cough and cold. Running nose, sneezing, coughing, all these are typical symptoms of common cold. It is not always possible to lay curled under the blanket to avoid contact with the infectious viruses that drift in the chilly air. The people who become victims of infectious diseases like the common cold have to resort to Ayurvedic medicines for cough.

Branolia Chemical Works manufactures two Ayurvedic medicines for cough, namely, Branolia’s HoneyGuard and Bitocough that are effective in treating an infected throat.

There are certain natural elements that strengthen our immune system so as to ward off cough and cold. Some of these natural elements form the primary ingredients of the two Ayurvedic medicines for cough, Bitocough and Branolia’s HoneyGuard. Some of these natural elements are as follows:

Pipul: This herb which is characterized by woody, perennial roots is a very effective Ayurvedic medicine for cough. Pipul is one of the key constituents of Bitocough, an Ayurvedic cough syrup which is one of the recognized products of Branolia Chemical Works. It contains medicinal properties and has nutrients that include tannic acid and vitamins that help in driving away pain in the throat. Hence, Pipul subdues the prevalence of cough and cold in our body.

Tulsi:  The Holy basil plant is generally grown in most Indian households and recognized for its religious importance as well. Indeed, a lengthy list will be drawn up if we start enumerating the benefits of this authentic herb. Tulsi is ideal for easing sore throat owing to its anti-inflammatory property. Tulsi lessens cough as well by virtue of its anti-viral properties.

The two Ayurvedic medicines for cough which include the extracts of Tulsi are Branolia’s HoneyGuard and Bitocough. These two cough syrups are effective against any virus that aggravates throat infections.

Vasak: Vasak is a medicinal herb native to India. It is used as an ingredient in Bitocough, an Ayurvedic cough syrup under the flagship of Branolia Chemical Works. Vasak, in Bitocough, helps in soothing any irritation in the upper respiratory tract and it also helps in loosening phlegm deposition in the airway.

Aswagandha:   Aswagandha is used as an adaptogen to help the body cope up with the daily stress and is also used in Ayurvedic medicines for cough. It stimulates the white blood cells of our body. These white blood cells help in building up immunity, thus making our body resistant to infections. Aswagandha is one of the constituents of the Ayurvedic cough syrup, Branolia’s HoneyGuard.

Honey:  This rich, sweet fluid is a natural agent for enhancing body temperature. It is a much better choice to suppress cough and it helps in soothing a sore throat.

The richness of honey is contained along with Tulsi, Sunth, Jashtimadhu, and Aswagandha in Branolia’s HoneyGuard, which is an Ayurvedic cough syrup. This concoction works wonders for common cold.

Bitocough and Branolia’s HoneyGuard are two Ayurvedic cough syrups that have extracted the best from Ayurveda to heal problems related to the upper respiratory tract. Branolia Chemical Works have always put in enormous efforts to fetch greater benefits for the people through its wide range of products.

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