Jasmine

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Jasmine may be one of the oldest remedies for chicken pox, as the leaves were long ago discovered to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. If you draw a bath with jasmine leaves and allow the water to “steep” like a large cup of tea, you can bathe in the water and benefit from the many unique compounds in the plant. Jasmine-infused water can help to speed healing and lower irritation, which will subsequently prevent scratching and allow your immune system to naturally eliminate the virus from your body.

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