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Home Remedies For Fever

When the body temperature rises above the normal range (98.4 deg. Fah.) and there is heat all over the body, it is called fever. Fever owes its origin to a particular cause or multiple causes. Each type of fever has been made on the basis of the causes which trigger it. There can be no fever in the absence of any cause, and fever is simply an effect of a cause or set of causes. According to naturopathic philosophy “fever is the fire created by the nature to burn the diseases of toxin, it is not the disease but the symptom of the toxic existence in the body”

Categories According to Ayurvedic philosophy fever can be categorized into 8 main varieties such as -

  1. Vata Jwar - Fever due to Air predominance.

  2. Pitta Jwar - Fever due to Bile predominance.

  3. Kapha Jwar - Fever due to Cough or Phlegm predominance.

  4. Vata-Pitta Jwar - Fever due to wind & cough predominance.

  5. Vata-Kapha Jwar - Fever due to wind & cough predominance.

  6. Pitta-Kapha Jwar - Fever due to bile and cough predominance.

  7. Sannipat Jwar - Delirium where all the three humors get vitiated.

  8. Agantuk Jwar - Fever due to external factors such as accident, shock, extra labor etc.

Symptoms: Rise in temperature of body heat, Perspiration or Shivering, Restlessness and agitated temper, Pain and soreness all over the body but some limbs may be extra painful and sore, Thirst, Vitiation of humors and Loss of Appetite etc are the common symptoms of fever.

It is not necessary that all the said seven symptoms may be present in all types of fever, as some of the symptoms are predominant (called leading symptoms) whereas rest of which are either dormant or secondary, but heat in the body, whether low or high, is an almost a common symptom along with bile (Pitta) which is the basic causative. If there is no heat, there cannot be any fever. No doubt, there are certain types of fevers where body temperature is not high but, even then the patient always complains that he is having fever.

If a person's normal body temperature, for instance which generally is 96 deg.F or 97deg.F even 98.4 deg.F would be the state of fever for him. Similarly if a person's body temperature is generally 99.0 deg.F, 98deg. is low grade fever with him and 100 deg.F is (high) fever for him. Hence, no steadfast and delineating line cannot be drawn, since no hard and fast rules are not possible to work out, as every case needs to be dealt with separately.

  The symptoms that forewarn about impending fever can be spelled out as follows -

  • Feeling of fatigue.

  • Change in appearance or complexion.

  • Flat taste in the mouth.

  • Watering from eyes.

  • Cold, Heat, Heat of sun.

  • Yawning.

  • Soreness and pain in all the limbs, as if beaten.

  • Heaviness

  • A version and disinclination to food, work, conversation and interaction.

  • Darkness before the eyes.

  • Low vitality

  • Malaise

  • Run-down condition

  • General feeling of coldness

Classification

  • Typhoid Fever

  • Malarial Fever

  • Rheumatic Fever

  • Dengue Fever

  • Meningitis Fever

  • Sand fly Fever

  • Mumps Fever

  • Diphtheria

If you carefully examine the above (two) categories, you will observe that cause of each type of fever lies in the vitiation and imbalance of one humor or the other or else there are mixed symptoms. Whatever be the cause and type of fever, there always clear symptoms exist in each variety from which the type of fever can be ascertained. Categorization has been done to simplify the matter; otherwise such divisions are simply of academic interest. The readers are not expected to burden their memories by complicated names and types.

General awareness is so great that even a layman knows what are the symptoms of Malaria, Typhoid, Mumps, Diphtheria, Dengue fevers. He is well informed and cautious; his approach is also not casual, as he can cure most common types of fever even with the help of domestic remedies or commonly used Ayurvedic medicines. Some medicines form part of his daily life and in general situation, he can manage the problem himself, as he is still fully convinced of the efficacy of Ayurvedic preparations. He is fully conversant with commonly used ingredients which form an essential part of his kitchen. Use & storage of Ayurvedic medicine is a part of his culture and he has been grandma's prescriptions since his childhood. Such a vast knowledge gradually descended on his recollective memory and he imbibed all the relevant points to his advantage.

Most of the Ayurvedic medicines and prescriptions have been handed down from one generation to another and the process shall continue unabated. A device or method which becomes an integral part of tradition and practice does not disappear so easily and quickly - and this is truer in case of Ayurvedic which can be compared with very negligible number of systems of ancient and traditional medicine.

Severity and duration determine the classification of each type of fever. Sometimes, mainly due to ignorance, the disease gets prolonged and mixed symptoms emerge which create a confused situation or jumbled up symptoms.

Here are some of the Common Natural Home Remedies for Curing Fever fast:

Tips 1:
Boil 2 tablespoons fennel seeds (saun1) in 1 teacup water till it is reduced to half. Filter it. Take 1 tablespoon every morning and evening for a few days. (This filtrate, when used to wash the eyes frequently, is reported to strengthen the eye muscles. It is a good cleaning lotion for inflamed eyes.)

Tips 2:
Grind a few root of the mango tree into a fine paste and apply on the palm and sales of the patient.

Tips 3:
The Neem leaf decoction taken with pepper powder lowers temperature.

Tips 4:
1/2 teaspoon grind pepper mixed in warm water along with 1 teaspoon palm candy (sugar obtained from palm). This drink is taken at bedtime.

Tips 5:
Extract 1 teaspoon each juice of Tulsi leaves and Bel flowers. Add 1 teaspoon honey. Take twice a day.

Tips 6:
Tea made by boiling 1 teaspoon fenugreek seeds (Methi-daana). Taken two or three times a day has proven to be an excellent remedy. (You may also add a small amount of honey or lemon juice to improve its flavor).

Tips 7:
Boil 2 tablespoons fennel seeds (Saunf) in 1 teacup water till it is reduced to half. Filter it. Take 1 tablespoon every morning and evening for a few days. (This filtrate, when used to wash the eyes frequently, is reported to strengthen the eye muscles. It is a good cleaning lotion for inflamed eyes.)

Tips 8:
Grind a few root of the mango tree into a fine paste and apply on the palm and sales of the patient.

Tips 9:
The Neem leaf decoction taken with pepper powder lowers temperature.

Tips 10:
1/2 teaspoon grind pepper mixed in warm water along with 1 teaspoon palm candy (sugar obtained from palm). This drink is taken at bedtime.

Tips 11:
Extract 1 teaspoon each juice of Tulsi leaves and Bel flowers. Add 1 teaspoon honey. Take twice a day.

Tips 12:
Tea made by boiling 1 teaspoon fenugreek seeds (Methi daana). Taken twice or thrice a day provides excellent remedy. (A little honey or lemon juice can be added to improve the flavor).


 


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