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Best Natural Remedies Ever to Help Fight Pneumonia
If you have ever had pneumonia, you know how painful a simple cough can become. You wheeze and feel as if you can’t catch your breath. This inflammation of the lungs can be viral, fungal, bacterial, or occasionally even a parasitic infection. It is a serious health issue, because the heart and other organs in the body might not get the oxygen they need. In fact, if not properly treated, it can even prove to be fatal, especially to the young, elderly, and those with chronic diseases or compromised immune systems. Although there are plenty of natural remedies that will help ease the symptoms and shorten the duration of the infection, most people will need to see a doctor.
We want to emphasize that if you think you or your family member has pneumonia, it is important that you see a doctor right away. The following natural remedies will help to fight pneumonia by strengthening the immune system, and will make the subject more comfortable, and can hasten the recovery time, but a doctor’s intervention is very important.
Now, keep reading for the best natural remedies that can assist you in recovering from pneumonia and help to make you feel more comfortable as well as improve your own natural immunity to fight off the infection.
1. Eucalyptus Oil/Tea Tree Oil Steam
Tea tree oil and eucalyptus oil both have antibacterial and antimicrobial compounds. These kill the bacteria in the lungs which cause pneumonia.
The best way to utilize these oils is through steam. Breathing in steam will help to relieve the congestion, help you cough up mucus, and drive the antibacterial oils deep into the lungs. You can also add these oils to a base oil, such as jojoba or coconut oil, and rub it on the chest to help loosen congestion as well. Add three or four drops of each oil in a pan of very hot water and breathe in the steam deeply. You can drape a towel over your head to keep the steam concentrated on your face. Keep breathing in the steam until you stop smelling the eucalyptus oil. Repeat this at least once or twice a day.
If you wish to use it as a chest rub, add about 10 drops of both eucalyptus oil and tea tree oil into each tablespoon of carrier oil (such as almond, olive, coconut, or jojoba oil) and rub this mixture into the chest.