The lungs are one of the most affected organs when a person becomes infected with the coronavirus due to the inflammatory reaction caused by the virus. A situation that can endanger the lives of patients. Fortunately, they are also using some naturopathic medicine treatment modalities with good results.
According to the doctor Ángel M. Santiago, who also has a doctorate in naturopathic medicine, in a interview with a Puerto Rican newspaper, he recommends using eucalyptus essential oil at a steam level. “Heat water in a saucepan, add five to ten drops of the oil, wait for it to boil and turn it off. And being careful not to burn yourself, you put the saucepan on a safe surface and sit down to inhale that steam, ”explains Dr. Santiago. He also stressed that eucalyptus essential oil is “tremendous antimicrobial and will help eliminate pathogens from the respiratory system, in addition to opening the pathways and allowing people to breathe better. “It is a remedy that anyone in the house can use, as long as they take the necessary measures to avoid burning themselves. It is beneficial for any cold and even with COVID-19 ”, adds the doctor.
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Research suggests that the eucalyptus oil fights respiratory infections by killing bacteria, viruses, and fungi. This is why you can find it in saline nasal wash. It also causes the tiny hair-like filaments in your lungs (called cilia) that sweep out mucus and debris from your airways to move faster. This can also fight infections. Eucalyptus ointments are also used on the nose and chest to relieve congestion. Eucalyptus oil helps loosen phlegm, so many people breathe in eucalyptus steam to help treat bronchitis, coughs, and the flu. Eucalyptus is a key ingredient in some topical analgesics. These are pain relievers you apply directly to your skin, such as sprays, creams, or salves. While it’s not the main painkiller, eucalyptus oil works by bringing a cold or warm sensation that takes your mind off the pain. In one clinical trial, people who breathed in eucalyptus oil after knee replacement surgery felt less pain and had lower blood pressure. Researchers think this may be due to something in the oil called 1,8-cineole. It may make your sense of smell work with your nervous system to lower your blood pressure.