Home Remedies for Chicken Pox

Chicken pox is a highly contagious disease, occurring usually in children. It usually affects children of three to four years of
age. In most cases, the older the child, the more severe the attack.

Chicken pox usually begins with a low grade fever, a mild headache and a feeling of weakness. A rash appears on the skin on
the first day of the disease. This is in the form of tiny red spots on the skin, mostly on the upper back or chest In more severe
cases, a rash may appear on the face and lower extremities.

The papules turn into blisters and finally become pustules and form scabs, which fall off. They come in successive crops, so
that while some are drying, others are beginning to form. The skin clears after a few days and the child feels well again. The
duration of this disease ranges from ten to twenty-one days but is usually between fourteen and seventeen days.
Chicken pox is caused by a virus. Many researchers believe that the disease is closely related to a much more serious
condition known as shingles or herpes zoster that affects adults. The basic cause of the disease, as in most cases of childhood
fevers, is however, persistent wrong feeding of children, which results in diminished defence mechanisms of the body.

Home Remedies for Chicken Pox using Carrot and Coriander
A soup prepared from carrots and coriander has been found beneficial in the treatment of chicken pox. About 100 gm of
carrots and 60 gm of fresh coriander should be cut into small pieces and boiled for a while. The residue should be discarded.
This soup should be taken once a day-

Home Remedies for Chicken Pox using Baking Soda
Baking soda is a popular remedy to control the itching in chicken pox. Some baking soda should be put in a glass of water.
The child should be sponged with this water, so that the soda dries on the skin. This will keep the child away from scratching
the eruptions.

Home Remedies for Chicken Pox using Vitamin E Oil
The use of vitamin E oil is valuable in chicken pox . This oil should be rubbed on the skin. It will have a healing effect The
marks left by chicken pox will fade away by this application.

Home Remedies for Chicken Pox using Honey
The use of honey as an external application has also proved valuable in chicken pox. The skin should be smeared with honey.
It will help in the healing of the disease within three days.

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