Saturday, June 30, 2012

Nature is the best doctor

Do you rinse your throat with salt water to soothe a sore throat? Or drink a cup of hot milk before you lie down in bed to help you fall asleep? Most of us in those situations, the worst resorted to grandma's remedies before the pill.

Some of those folk medicine are sometimes unusual and actually quite bizarre, self-help treatments for common diseases, but despite the raised eyebrows, they really work and why it is worth a try. Of course, no traditional cure should not be treated as a substitute for medical advice.

Bad breath
TOMATOES: Two or three tomatoes can help prevent bad breath. The problem arises because of the not-so-fragrant sulfur-producing bacteria that thrive in an environment where lack of oxygen, such as the root of the tongue. Tomatoes contain Ionone that make sulfur odor remains.
CARROT: Snack on raw carrots if you think your breath. Bad breath is often caused by decaying food particles that get stuck between teeth. When you chew, glands produce more saliva which helps to get rid of food particles. Carrots and fiber foods act as a toothbrush on your teeth and gums.

VINEGAR: Dip coating in cold vinegar, and put a bruise on 10-20 minutes. Bruises occur when the attack causes damage to blood vessels, so blood leaks under the skin, causing swelling, discoloration and pain.Vinegar increases blood flow to the skin surface and helps to reduce the accumulation of blood in bruises.
LUK: Mix the grated onion with a little salt, pour in cheesecloth and apply to bruise. Hold up to 10 minutes and bruising around the island should be reduced.

Unpleasant body odor
By Vera: Grind the radishes in a food processor, put in a muslin cloth and tighten well. After showering, dry skin, armpits and feet, and coat with the juice of radish (especially between the toes) and let it dry.Radishes have antibacterial and antifungal properties.
BICARBONATE: Sprinkle the skin with baking soda powder puff to neutralize and eliminate odor. Baking soda absorbs sweat and other substances that contribute to an unpleasant body odor and astringent. It's great for feet that are too sweaty.

Turmeric: Mix coconut oil with turmeric powder and gently apply to the affected area and hold up to five minutes. Repeat two or three times a day. Curcumin gives the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of tea, and the acids from coconut oil will help to tackle the bacteria that penetrate the bruised skin.
TEA: Four tea bags in boiling water, cook for 10 minutes. When cool, dip the cloth and bend the affected area. Tannin from tea reduce inflammation.

APPLES: Grate skinned apples, arrange on a plate and leave for 15-20 minutes until brown and eat it.Pectin from apples harden stools and reduce inflammation. Contains malic and tartaric acids, which regulate the acidity of the stomach.
BROWN SUGAR: Drink up to two teaspoons of brown sugar in warm water. Molasses in brown sugar is an excellent disinfectant.

FIG: Soak four figs in water, squeeze it and place it right on the affected area and keep the place clean cloth. Allow up to an hour.
LAVENDER: Make a compress of warm oil of lavender (flowers soaked in almond or olive oil and leave to rest for at least a week and a maximum of one month, then strain it). Let be as warm compresses as much as you can survive it, and when the fabric, leave until completely cool.


COCONUT OIL: Massage into the hair roots and leave overnight, then rinse. Dandruff is often caused by a yeast infection while coconut oil contains acids that have antiviral and antifungal properties.

Sore throat
Bay leaves: Boil a few bay leaves and mash into a soft warm wet compress. When cool, lean on the neck and leave for 30 minutes.

Premenstrual syndrome
CABBAGE: Reduce Breast hypersensitivity chilled cabbage leaves that you put in a bra or reduce pain in the lower abdomen by putting sheets on the painful area. A great way to alleviate the consequences of mastitis.
Onions: Eating half a day in port for days before your period to reduce fluktaciju hormone levels. Raw garlic is best. What is harsher arc, the greater its nutritional benefits.
Ginger and brown sugar: Put a little fresh ginger and brown sugar in warm water and drink twice a day.Ginger is a natural analgesic, and nutrients of brown sugar calm the nerves and reduce pain.

LUK: a slice of raw arc applied to the back of the neck as a cold compress to relieve the strain that can cause headaches.

Cloves: Bathe in water with a few drops of oil of cloves. This natural painkillers upiće the skin, increase circulation and relax muscles.

REN: It acts as an anesthetic. Grate a little horseradish and place on the right near the painful tooth.

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