Have you ever thought about why your body feels so low and lethargic in the early morning despite the great sleep and diet you intaking? The reason is the lack of accurate diet your body requires, a balanced diet your body needs to stay strong and active all the time.

One often ponders that we had a proper diet today, had a good sleep yesterday then what is the reason for feeling ill quite often. The clear result is a lack of immunity in your body to fight against infections which results in lowering the energy of your body.

As well all know that is the state of being immune from or insusceptible to a disease or the like. It is the protection against infectious diseases conferred by the immune response. It is inclusive of the body’s capacity to distinguish foreign material from self, and to neutralize, eliminate, or metabolize that which is foreign.

Immunity can also be briefed as to the balanced state of the body wherein the body has got in some adequate biological defenses to fight infection, disease, or unwanted biological invasion. It is the condition where the body has adequate tolerance and energy to avoid allergy and autoimmune diseases.

Let’s discuss some more ideas to boost immunity through basic ayurvedic plants.


Since the state today in timespan is immemorial, neem is one ayurvedIc herb widely used as an immunity booster. It is very effective in keeping the body safe from attacks by harmful pathogens, thanks to its anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties. Consuming one or two neem leaves daily with warm water  can help you boost your immunity in less than a month,

Neem is considered one great plant that can also keep your blood clean. It helps in purifying the blood by flushing away toxins and this can strengthen immunity.


Tulsi is one ayurvedic plant that is present in almost all houses in India. One of the best and most effective plants to treat lack of immunity and boost it in no time. You can eat it early morning empty stomach or can also consume it in form of tulsi tea.

Tulsi or called basil is a powerful germicide. Because of its phytochemicals and antioxidants, it can help locate germs, viruses, and bacteria the moment they enter your body and destroy them. 


Ginger has been an age-old remedy for flu and the common cold. It may help against many viruses, majorly like COVID-19.

It contains gingerol – an antioxidant that can power up our immune system and kill viruses. Ginger is good at preventing respiratory tract infections. Adding ginger to your meals or you can also have it raw to boost your immunity.


Every time your mother asked you to drink turmeric milk instead of hot chocolate, it was the reason to boost your immunity Turmeric contains a phytochemical that can help one in removing toxins from your body and strengthen your immune system to fight off germs and bacteria.

Adding an extra dash of turmeric to your meals or consuming it with milk is the best way to make yourself strong.

5 Best Yoga For Boosting Immunity

I’m sure if you have a good practice of these yoga poses you can exit the coronavirus in your life. Make sure to spend a decent amount of time like 30 minutes a  day on yoga exercises that will surely help you boost immunity and live a healthy & strong life instead of lethargic life.

1. Tadasana

Stand at the front of your mat with your big toes touching and the outer edges of your feet parallel. Your weight should be evenly distributed, feeling all four corners of your feet equally routing into the ground.

Relax arms and hands by your sides with your palms faced outward in a gesture of openness. Keep your neck long, the back of your skull lifting up–like a balloon is attached–and your chin level to the ground.

2. Virabhadrasana (Warrior)

Interlace your fingers behind your back, and extend your arms. Shift weight onto your left leg, lean forward and lift your right leg to hip height. Press your knuckles up to the sky. Repeat poses 4 to 6 on the second side.

3. Uttanasana

Stand with your feet hip-width apart. Fold forward from your hips, and place your hands on the floor. Evenly distribute weight in your feet. Extend up through your sitting bones and down through your crown.

4. Plank Pose

Step your feet back into Plank Pose. Align your hands directly under your shoulders, and spread your fingers wide. Firm your thighs, and gently draw your belly in toward your spine to engage your core.

5. Vasisthasana OR (The Side Plank Pose)

Shift weight to your right hand, and roll onto the outside of your right foot. Extend your left arm along with your left ear. Lift your left hip and arch your side. Breathe into the left side ribs. Repeat pose for the other side.