The pain of an earache can be sharp and piercing, or dull and aching. You may know the cause immediately, or you may struggle to determine what’s wrong when your child is tugging on their ear lobe and crying in pain. Earaches can be debilitating, but they don’t always warrant a round of antibiotics.
- Lemons For Earache
Lemon balm has antiseptic and anti-viral properties that help cure infection.Process:Apply lemon balm to the inside of the infected ear.Repeat twice daily.
- Dried Apricots For Indigestion
For those looking to incorporate more high fiber snacks and foods into their diets, one excellent choice is dried fruits. Apricots in particular are nutrient packed snacks with a whole lot to offer. And, the benefits of dried apricots include of course a healthy dose of fiber, amongst other valuables. Apricots are a beneficial addition to any fiber lacking diet not only for their nutritional impact, but also for their portability.
- Olives For Motion Sickness
Motion sickness is accompanied by increased salivation, which is the body’s way of protecting teeth from stomach acid in the event of vomiting. Olives contain tannins, which dry the mouth out, so eating a few can eliminate the excess saliva.
- Raisins For Arthritis
Put the raisins in a shallow glass container and pour enough gin into it to just cover the raisins. Cover the container with cheesecloth and allow to stand until the raisinsabsorb the gin and the remaining liquid evaporates, about one week. Each day, eat NINE of these “drunken” raisins.
- Celery For Bad Breath
Celery may help to prevent bad breath because it is a fiber-rich food that causes increased saliva production. Saliva helps wash away food particles (even small ones you can’t see), which helps prevent the build up the bacteria-laden film on teeth known as plaque. Both food particles and plaque can cause bad breath.
- Nettles Cure Hair Loss
Take 320 milligrams of saw palmetto or 60 milligrams of pygeum capsules along with the stinging nettles, as these herbs are believed to work in concert with stinging nettles to stop testosterone from being converted to DHT (dihydrotestosterone). According to Christian Nordqvist, editor of Medical News Today, DHT blocks your hair follicles from absorbing protein, causing them to die.
- Yams For Menopause
Menopausal symptoms. Applying wild yam cream to the skin for 3 months does not seem to relieve menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats. It also does not seem to affect levels of hormones such as follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), estradiol, or progesterone, which play a role in menopause.
- Baking Soda For Urinary Tract Infection
To treat and cure urinary tract infections quickly either mix up one rounded teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of filtered water and drink once daily on an empty stomach or mix up half a teaspoon instead and drink twice daily on an empty stomach.
- Potatoes For Spider Bites
Another easy and effective method is to use a starchy potato. It can bring down the itching and inflammation, largely due to its anti-irritating and soothing properties. In addition, it keeps the affected area moisturized to encourage quick healing.
- Duct Tape For Warts
Tape occlusion is an inexpensive method of wart removal that involves covering the wart with tape. It is often called the “duct tape” method.
- Jelly For Calluses
And once a week, massage a few drops of olive oil or some petroleum jelly into your feet for deep moisture. Make sure you’re wearing comfortable shoes that aren’t too tight, or too loose. If they’re new, apply a bandage over places where you know you tend to get blisters or calluses, and don’t wear them for too long at first.
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