The fenugreek plant (Trigonella foenum graecum) is a great natural remedy for fever, sore throat followed by fever, as well as for sores with pus and leg ulcers, as naturopathic doctor Sebastian Kneipp has stated in his works.
Natural Remedy for Fever with Fenugreek
Here you’ll see some simple yet amazing natural remedies using fenugreek is several ways. If you wish to fight severe fever you may use fenugreek tea, prepared as follows.
- One teaspoon of fenugreek powder is enough to prepare a tea.
- Drink 1 tablespoon of this tea every two hours or make gargles with.
- If you experience sore throat then it’s best to make gargles using this plant.
There’s no better remedy for sores with pus than using fenugreek externally. It takes action slowly, without pains but it fights against the very last puss drop.
- Grind the fenugreek seeds in the coffee grinder, pour hot water over them to obtain this mucilage.
- Make small poultice, applying the paste on wounds.
Sebastian Kneipp also advised us to place fenugreek poultices on the location where you’ll have surgery few days before. The surgery will be less painful and will run smoothly, he says.
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In open leg ulcers you may also use these simple poultices because what they do is to extract the infections around the wounds and prevent the flash from rotting or blood from poisoning. Use these poultices with great care is this situation, because open wounds cause a lot of pain for those who have them.
Hopefully, you’ve discovered quite a lot of stuff about fenugreek, this natural remedy for fever and many other more conditions. This is another naturopathic remedy that we recommend to you, not before consulting with your physician.
Old Remedies for Fever
- Herbal Tea. Thyme, linden or chamomile tea is amazing with fever. Drink the tea as hot as possible, so you start sweating and the body temperature lowers.
- Apple Cider Massage. Do a complete apple cider massage, then wrap the entire body in a sheet soaked in apple cider. Stay completely covered in the bed for at least 1 hour, and then repeat the procedure, even if the fever doesn’t drop. If it is more convenient, you can use apple cider feet compresses with cold water and cider. Soak a thick fabric in the solution and warp it around your feet. Keep the compress on until it gets warm. Then, wrap a warm blanket around your feet. If the temperature is alarmingly high, then use apple cider only, without water.
- Cold Natural Compresses. Cover the body in cold fresh cabbage, horseradish or greater burdock leaves. Change the leaves when they’ve gotten hot. You can also use sheets soaked in cold milk for body compress.