How to Reduce Fever at Children with Herbal Remedies
If your child has a fever, it’s important to keep them hydrated by giving them plenty of cool water to drink.
Babies should be given plenty of liquids, such as breast milk or formula. Even if your child isn’t thirsty, try to get them to drink little and often to keep their fluid levels up.
There is plenty of Traditional Herbal Remedies that reduce fever, these are some of them.
Apple cider vinegar
At fever of 38°C it is recommended to rub the body, especially the face, armpits and the groin with vinegar solution for 10-15 minutes.
- Mix 1 tablespoon of tilia flower and 1 tablespoon of raspberry germ with 2 cups of boiling water and let it stay for 15-20 minutes. Strain it and then drink it warm, before bedtime.
- Mix 1 teaspoon of tilia flower and 1 tablespoon of chamomile with 2 cups of boiling water, let it stay for 10 minutes and strain it. Drink it warm, 1/2 cup, 3 times a day.
- Mix two parts of raspberry leaf, 2 parts of wild strawberry leafs and 1 part of mountain tea. Put two teaspoons of the mixture in 2 cups of boiling water, let it steep over 20 minutes with a lid and strain it after that. Drink it before bedtime.
- Mix 1 teaspoon elder, 1 teaspoon tilia flower and 1 cup boiling water. Let it stay for 10 minutes and strain it. Drink it a little warm.
Against colds at children
When the child has a cold, it is the best for the child to get sweated, and this is achieved by bathing with linden tea, putting the legs in hot water and drinking hot tea.
Rosa canina (Rose Hip, herb-rich with vitamin C) as tea with lemon is excellent as a prevention against colds because it strengthens the body’s resistance.
If a child has inflammation and a strong cold it will help if you give the child 10 drops of propolis put on a loaf sugar, several times a day.
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