Monday, February 27, 2012

Home Remedies That Work

While our first - aid cabinet may be handy with all the packs and tabs of over - the - counter medicines for some common illnesses, they may come short or none when we need one.

So, rummage through your kitchen and you may find one or two alternatives to address your discomfort or issue. However, these remedies only alleviate your pain and the need to see your doctor for chronic problems should not be ignored. Further, make sure to confirm with your doctor before any use of these home remedies.


Doctors claim that ginger has natural components to remedy pain and inflammation. And this is typically used for tendinitis, bursitis, and arthritis. When I was younger, my mom had to crush some ginger and apply it on my knee whenever I had my knee pains from my bone problems, and they quite work.


While garlic seems to be an ordinary kitchen spice, this wonder herb has medicinal benefits. According to MedicinePlus, garlic can reduce the high blood pressure of individuals with normal pressure. Further, the garlic gel can quite correct and/or treat skin infection like ringworm, athlete's foot, and jock itch.


When my kid was younger, he would throw tantrums from bloated tummy. Not knowing what to do, we could only endure with him. But, my mother in - law had pounded some black pepper, enclosed them in a cloth and wrap it around my baby's tummy, presto! He was all relieved and we could all go back to sleep.

Another useful variation of pepper is cayenne hot pepper that its pharmacological action includes treatment of alcoholism, regulation of blood circulation, anti - flu action, and strengthening of heart, nerves and arteries.



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