Today we’re telling you whether home remedies can be beneficial during or before COVID-19 infection. Or is it just for the sake of the spirit? We are going to do one by one the DNA test of such home remedies that people blindly believe in and adopt them in their lives.

The first home remedy is that the nebulizer therapy gives the body enough oxygen.

This claim is completely wrong. Nebulizer therapy is believed to be the most effective way to deliver a drug directly into the lungs by inhalation. However, experts say this technique is not effective in delivering extra oxygen to the body. And its abuse can be fatal. So if you are on nebulizer therapy, see your doctor first.

The second home remedy is to put two drops of lemon juice in your nose to increase the oxygen levels in the body

According to the World Health Organization, there is no evidence of this. The vitamin C in lemon is essential for the body, but there is no scientific evidence that it increases oxygen levels. It can do you more harm than good.

The third home remedy is to use paracetamol medication around the clock during an infection, that is, taking paracetamol day and night.

Doctors say that taking more than 2 to 3 grams of acetaminophen a day can be dangerous. This can make the fever worse and prove fatal due to incorrect information. If you are under home treatment for minor symptoms, keep in mind that you do not need to take acetaminophen all the time. If your fever does not go down, you need to contact the doctor to stop taking any medication.

The fourth home remedy is that taking antibiotics while infected will heal the corona

This claim is also wrong. Many people are currently taking antibiotics for the infection without medical advice. While the reality is that antibiotics are given in bacteria caused disease. This disease is due to the virus. However, during the infection, many patients have been observed to have certain bacterial diseases as well, and then doctors recommend the patient to take antibiotics. Hence, you must also consult a doctor and not be your own doctor.

The fifth home remedy – a mixture of camphor, celery and eucalyptus oil is effective in increasing patient oxygen levels.

Many people are adopting this recipe, while this claim is completely false, according to the US Department of Health’s CDC. Some people suggest keeping camphor and celery in their pocket in a handkerchief so they can smell it when there is a lack of oxygen. And it claims it increases oxygen. The truth is, it opens the breathing tube, but oxygen has nothing to do with it. In fact, its effects do not last long.

That being said, a lot of people are currently searching for plasma on social media for their patients. The big question, however, is whether a rescued person’s plasma can save the life of a hospital patient.

The ICMR says it is not true. The ICMR study showed that plasma was not particularly effective at reducing mortality and treating patients with severe COVID-19. Even so, people are now ready to spend a huge amount of money to get the plasma from people who have recovered. There is a long line of people looking for help on social media.

A healthy body contains more than 55 percent plasma. In addition to water, the plasma also contains hormones, proteins, carbon dioxide and glucose minerals. When a patient recovers from the coronavirus, their plasma is transmitted to the infected person. This is called plasma therapy. But ICMR says this is not effective.