Natural, Herbal Home Remedies for the Treatment of Epilepsy
Here are Some of the Common Herbal Home Remedies used for Curing Epilepsy:
Tulsi Juice - Rub tulsi juice over your body everyday after taking bath.
Vegetable Juices - Certain vegetable juices, especially carrot juice, in combination with juices of beets and cucumber, have also been found valuable in curing diseases like epilepsy. You may also take following combination of juices - 300 ml of carrot juice, 100 ml each of beet and cucumber juices to prepare 500 ml or half a liter of mixed juice to be taken daily.
Tulsi Flowers - Keep the blossoms of tulsi inside the fold of your hanky every time. At the time of attack smell the blossom deeply.
Grape Juice - Fruits like apples, figs, and grapes are also good in curing epilepsy fast and effectively. The juice of grapes has, however, been found to be comparatively more effective for this disease. The patient should take about 500 ml of the juice of fresh grapes thrice a day for three months. It will provide immense relief and help in the cure of the disease.
Tulsi Leaves - If the attack makes one unconscious, grind 11 leaves of tulsi, add a little salt to it and put a few drops of this juice in the patient's nostrils. He would immediately regain his consciousness. Keep a tulsi plant in your verandah or somewhere near your bedroom.
Vitamin B6 - Vitamin B6 or pyridoxine is another valuable treatment for curing epilepsy fast and effectively. This vitamin is involved in critical functions of the nervous system. Some of the food sources rich in vitamin B6 are - rice, milk, brewer's yeast, cereals, legumes, green leafy vegetables, carrots, and peanuts. If taken in supplement form, vitamin B6 should be taken in therapeutic dose of 100-150 mg daily, along with other B complex vitamins.
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