Published 07-01-2023

5 Ayurvedic Tips to Boost Immunity


5 Ayurvedic Tips to Boost Immunity

Sonal Rani

Sonal is a health influencer and enthusiast. She is really keen on exploring health and lifestyle tips that are easy to implement and can help improve our lives for the best.

The entire human race is suffering because of, the Covid 19 outbreak. Enhancing the immune system, the body's natural defence mechanism, is essential for maintaining good health. Prevention is always preferable to cure, as we all know. Although there is currently no treatment for COVID-19, it would be wise to take precautions that would strengthen our immunity at this time. Ayurveda, as the science of life, promotes by using nature's blessing to maintain a healthy and happy lifestyle. Colds, coughs, and flu are frequently brought on by the winter season. This winter, strengthen your immunity with these simple and powerful Ayurvedic treatments. Ayurveda Suggest to have a balanced Dincharya (routine) 

Follow these basic routine to boost your overall health or immunity:


1. Stay hydrated all day long with warm water.

According to Ayurveda you should always drink a glass of water as soon as you wake up before starting your morning routine. This improves digestion and aids in the removal of toxins from the body, it is quicker to absorb in our tissues and easier to digest than other morning beverages. Regularly consuming warm water will aid the body in reducing fat deposits, relaxing the muscles, and boosting blood flow. Skin cells can be kept nourished and rejuvenated by an increase in blood circulation.


2. Spend at least 30 minutes each day engaging in Yoga poses, Pranayama, and Meditation

Yoga strengthens the lungs and respiratory system, stimulates the lymphatic system to eliminate toxins from the body, and brings oxygenated blood to the various organs to ensure their optimal function. It also lowers stress hormones that weaken the immune system. (#YOGAatHome #StayHome #StaySafe).


- Few Yoga Asanas to boost immune system


  • Uttanasana (Standing Forward Bend)   -Place your feet hip-width apart as you stand. Your hands should be on the ground as you bend forward from the hips. Put equal amounts of weight on each foot. Reach through your crown and up through your sitting bones.


  • Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward-Facing Dog Pose)   - As you perform the Down Dog, elevate your hips and tuck your heels. Between your upper arms, hang your head. Stiff out your belly after each exhalation, then wait a moment before taking a breath.


  • Halasana (Plow Pose)   - Lay back, shoulders resting on the edge of two to three folded blankets. Lift your hips and legs upward and over until the balls of your feet touch the floor by engaging your core and utilising momentum. Put your fingers together behind you.


3. When cooking, it's best to use spices like Haldi (turmeric), Jeera (cumin), Dhaniya (coriander), and Lahsun (garlic).

According to Ayurveda, healthy liver function, good digestion, a strong the metabolic fire or Agni, and a balanced endocrine system all contribute to strong immunity.

4. Food, Spices and Diet

This is the time of year to favour balancing foods for the Kapha dosha. Have lunch as your main meal. Have a lot of good fats, such as fish oil, ghee, and coconut oil. Drink some apple, lemon, or beet juice everyday. Khitchari, Oranges, Lemons, fresh Beens, fresh Ginger, Turmeric, Tulsi tea, Cinnamon, Pepper, and Fenugreek are a few of the dietary immune-boosting foods. Prefer hot tea and warm food. Two times per day, consume ginger, pepper, honey, and turmeric tea & foods high in vitamin C.

5. Sleep

In addition to concentrating on your diet, getting enough sleep is crucial for the health of your immune system. The human immune system releases cytokines, which are proteins that also affect sleep, with the aid of sound sleep. It's also critical to realise that a healthy sleep cycle aids in the efficient regeneration of immune cells. 


BONOUS: Ayurvedic Techniques

a) Nasal application - In the morning and evening, apply Ghee, sesame oil, or coconut oil to both nostrils (Pratimarsh Nasya).

b) Oil pulling - Take one tablespoon of sesame or coconut oil into your mouth, Avoid drinking, Swish it around in your mouth for two to three minutes, then spit it out and rinse with warm water. You can perform this every morning.

#Chyawanprash - Consume Chyawanprash regularly because it helps you develop immunity and has may other advantages. If you make a mixture of Amla and thirty other herbs with jaggery at home, it works even better. Everyday, at least twice, the Chyawanprash can be consumed. Chyawanprash, an Ayurvedic rasayana, protects us from infections and reduces cellular inflammation. It benefits our respiratory system and helps to purify blood. It is quite difficult for everyone to make their own Chyawanprash with more than 30 herbs but you can easily order the high quality Chyawanprash at your door step, You can even see Sugar free Chyawanprash and other products for Diabetics patients as well. Visit to to buy high quality herbs or BOOK CONSULTATION to get personalized recommendation from the experienced Ayurvedic Doctors from around India.

Disclaimer: The above advisory does not claim to be treatment for COVID 19.

Last Updated: Jan 12, 2023

Related Articles

Cough and Cold , Skin

5 Ayurvedic self-care tips to stay Healthy in Winters

Cough and Cold , Common Fever

Herbal Cough Syrups And Their Benefits

Related Products

Swadeshi Ayurved

Herbal Tea

0 star

Swadeshi Herbal Tea is rich in antioxidants, which prevent free radical damage and reduces cell damage.

₹ 22


Dabur Chyawanprash 2X Immunity

0 star

Dabur Chyawanprash boosts immunity to protect us against various diseases.

₹ 755



0 star

Multani Kuka Immunity Booster Tablet helps to boost immunity.

₹ 446



0 star

Multani Kuka Cough Fighter is beneficial for all types of cough, cold, sole throat, and allergies.

₹ 80