Cat’s Claw: The anti-inflammatory property helps to cure infection effectively. It also has immune-boosting properties which will further strengthen your body against attack from infection-causing bacteria. 20mg 3x per day is the standard dosage. – Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021
Reishi Mushroom: An adaptogen, for inflammation and immunity. – Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021
Garlic: A powerful superfood with antiviral, antibacterial and antioxidant properties. Incorporate it into your daily meals. Take 3-4 cloves a day or add it to other vegetable juices. – Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021
Olive leaf: It has an amazing antiviral and anti-oxidant property and plays a major role in eliminating free radicals and preventing damage. It can come in capsule or liquid form. 250-500mg, 2-3 times per day is a standard dose. – Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021
Chlorella: Packed with Chlorophyll, which has a remarkably similar structure to haemoglobin and works to boost red blood cell production, which helps to increase oxygenation and purify the blood. This helps to accelerate recovery time and repair damage. – Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021
Astragalus: This herb helps boosts your immune system to manage the symptoms of meningitis. The root extract can be used or it can be infused into a tea for curing the infection. – Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021
Ginseng: Acts on the affected membrane and helps to eliminate the infection. It also helps speed the healing process up. It can either be eaten or boiled to make a tea. – Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021
Soybean milk: The active constituents can help improve your immune system and speed up the healing process of meningitis. – Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021
Goldenseal: The roots of the herb possess antibacterial and antifungal properties. A herbal blend with Echinacea added helps to boost your immune system too. – Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021
Cold packs: If a fever is present, applying ice packs to the forehead and the neck can help bring the fever down, as well as decrease inflammation in the head and neck area. Decreasing the inflammation gives your immune system some support to fight the bacteria.
Lots of rest: This is the only time the body can heal itself. Get some rest to accumulate your immune system. When you stay inside and rest your body is also not prone to being damaged by other bacteria and pathogens. Some cases of meningitis may also be contagious, so indoor and resting is optimal.
Drink lots of water: This helps to flush out excess bacteria, proteins and toxins from the body and keeps them from building up in your kidneys. Do not replace this with juice as it has a high sugar content and can worsen inflammation.
A healthy diet: Eat lots of fresh, organic vegetables, some healthy fats and moderate portions of grass-fed meats. This will help improve your immune system as well.
A neutral bath: You may have different body temperatures throughout your body. In a neutral bath, your blood will respond accordingly and get distributed throughout the body. This will help ease the inflammation in the brain and spinal cord, providing overall relief.
– Listed by Sharon Olivier, February 2021