A home made ice pack can be made by mixing 2 parts water and 1 part alcohol in a nylon bag and freezing it, the bag will be flexible
thus molding to the body and it will not sweat.
Home remedies for bladder Infection:
The silk on the cob is used for making the brew. The standard way to make an infusion, unless otherwise specified, is to pour a cup
of boiling water over the material to be infused, let it stand for 5 minutes, strain it, and drink it.
A soothing diuretic for irritation of the bladder, urethra and prostate.
Relieves urinary tract inflammation and bedwetting in children.
Effective for difficult and scant urination, and kidney stones.
Cranberry juice - Cranberries
Cranberry juice, extract or pill supplements are known to flush out the bacteria causing a bladder infection. Did you know that this home remedy
might also be used to treat a dog or cat with a bladder infection? Can be taken as a preventive in people with recurring infections. Safe and
effective during pregnancy, for children and the elderly. Mildly acidifies the urine, eliminating alkaline bacteria, (i.e. E.coli)
Home Remedies For Warts:
- The use of castor oil is one of the most important home remedies for warts.
- This oil should be applied generously over the affected parts every night.
- The treatment should be continued for several months.
Home Remedies For Body Odor:
- Parsley also is a good source of chlorophyll.
- Munching on several sprigs of parsley a day can help with body odor.
- Make an herbal spray deodorant by combining 5 drops each of sage, coriander, and lavender essential oils with 2 ounces of distilled
witch hazel. (Shake before each use)
- Chlorophyll, available in soft gel capsules and chewable tablets, helps reduce embarrassing body odors.
Home Remedies for Athlete's foot:
- Take fresh garlic slices and put it in your shoes, wear it all day. This is the best way of curing athlete's foot even better then all over
the counter anti-fungal drugs.
- Do not wear socks twice, and make sure to keep your feet dry. Disolve 6 aspirins in ½ a cup of rubbing alcohol, shake well and apply on clean, dry
- Repeat three times a day for three days or until athlete's foot is gone.
Home remedies for Cuts:
- If the cut is superficial, after cleaning it, you can cover the cut with a mixture of zinc oxide cream and vitamin-E oil.
- Clove oil is high in eugenol, a compound that is both an antiseptic and a painkiller. You can sprinkle powdered cloves on a cut to prevent infection.
- Echinacea is also Commission E-approved as a topical treatment for superficial cuts. This herb has powerful immune-stimulating properties.
- You can also drink a cup of echinacea tea three to four times a day to strengthen your immune system to speed healing.
Home Remedies For Dandruff:
- Take kelp it improves the hair growth and heals the scalp.
- Use flaxseed oil or primrose oil they help relieve itching and inflammation.
- Also they promote healthy skin and scalp.
- Eat a balanced diet including at least 50% to 70% of raw food.
Home remedies for Headaches:
- Cayenne thins the blood, which reduces pain and allows beneficial blood flow.
- Chamomile relaxes muscles and soothes tension.
- Ginkgo biloba extract improves circulation to the brain, and may be helpful for certain types of headaches.
What are Flavonoids?
Flavonoids, also referred to as bio-flavonoids, are phytochemicals (naturally occurring biological compounds) that are often found in plants, especially in the colorful skins.
Flavonoids are beneficial for your health, because they may work as antioxidants in your body.
This is one reason why you need to eat lots of fruits and vegetables every day.
Flavonoids are often found in the following food types:
- Red beans
Studies have shown that risk factors for heart disease in healthy people can be reduced by dietary flavonoids, which occur in tea, red wine,
fruits and vegetables.