Coriander is a very popular herb that is widely available around the world, and is very useful in the treatment of chickenpox. As a viral infection, chicken pox doesn’t respond to many medications, with the exception of steroids for the immune system. However, coriander has dozens of powerful organic acids, such as carvone, limonene, quercetin and epigenin. These not only help to speed the healing process when topically applied, but also slow the spread of the virus and help the immune system fight back. Coriander can be added to stews or other dishes, or mixed with water and applied topically.
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