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Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Natural Remedies for healthy lifestyle

Health benefits of natural remedies
The science and innovation brings many advanced medicines for our health issues. There are lot of research going on to develop medicines with commercial values. In this era, we are slowly forgetting the benefits of natural medicines. Today’s fast paced world, we can’t completely ignore the advanced medicines, but we should not get away from natural medicines as well. It is always best to use the natural medicines as applicable, especially as a preventive healthcare. I have come across below natural remedies, sharing here for the benefits to the readers. I recommend to do your own research, consult the professional for the suitability of your health condition before following them.

Depression: Take the cardamom seeds, power it and boil them in water along with tea. This gives good aroma to the tea and if you take this regularly it helps to get out of depression

Treat Acne: Take oatmeal, mix it with water and blend them to get the paste. Apply this in your face and keep it for 15 minutes before washing.



Control Cataract: Take the juices from the flowers of pumpkin plant and apply it externally on the eye leads daily. It helps to control the cataract expanding further

Perspiration: Take two teaspoon of honey and mix it with two teaspoon of apple cider vinegar and take this every morning in empty stomach to get rid of excess perspiration

Dandruff: Take a beetroot’s top and root portion and boil it in water. Massage this water into the scalp every night before going to bed for dandruff free hair.

Asthma: Take Indian gooseberry (Amla), power it and mix with one tablespoon of honey. Take this mixture every morning to get rid of Asthma.

Dry Eyes: Take the cucumber, cut into circular pieces, place it on the closed eyes and cover with a plain white cloth for 30 minutes and remove it. You will have cool and refreshed eyes.

Grey Hair: Take Indian gooseberry (Amla) and boil them in coconut oil. Once they turn black, take out the gooseberries and apply the oil regularly to avoid grey hair at young age.

Cracked Heels: Take lemon juice, mix it with warm water and soak your feet for about 15 minutes. If you do this regularly, it helps to get away from cracked heels.

Sprain: Take the cabbage leaves and warm the outer part of the leaves with warm water. Bandage the sprain area with these leaves to get rid of sprain.

Toothache: Take the clove of garlic and place it in between the affected tooth, it helps to get relieved from pain.

Sore Throat: Take one teaspoon of pepper powder, ginger power and honey each and consume the mixture twice a day get cured from sore throat.

Mouth Ulcers: Take a teaspoon of baking soda and mix it with few drops of water. Apply this mixture over the sore area, leave it about 10 minutes and rinse it.

Acidity: Take one teaspoon of Saunf and add it in a cup of boiled water. Leave this mixture overnight covered with plain cloth. Strain the mixture in the morning, add one teaspoon of honey and consume this three times a day.

Tanned Skin: Take two spoons of gram flour, mix it with two spoons of curd and squeeze half a lime into this mixture. Apply this mixture on the affected area and gently rub it, do this regularly to get smooth beautiful skin.

Sunburn: Take a tea bag, dip into the cup of warm water and let it cool. Then soak a plain cloth into that water and apply gently on the affected area.

28 comments:

  1. Natural methods often work very well indeed, with less undesirable 'other effects' than those manufactured and sold to us.

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  2. For a sore throat, just squeeze a small lemon, and drink the juice (or part of it) undiluted. The soareness immmediately goes away.

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  3. A lot of really good information I do think people are quicker to use holistic health practices than when I was a child.
    Cathy

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  4. Yes, I'm sure some natural methods can work well.
    Interesting to read this, thank you.

    All the best Jan

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  5. Really useful information here. Thanks.

    Greetings from London.

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  6. Some pretty cool ideas here and some I knew about

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  7. Hello, these are great natural remedies and ideas. Thanks for sharing.
    Enjoy your day and the week ahead!

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  8. Natural remedies are beautiful indeed.

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  9. I will always try natural remedies before any modern combination of chemicals.

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  10. Thanks for this. I pinned it. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  11. The one about garlic on a toothache interested me! These are great tips. Thanks for stopping by today.

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  12. Natural remedies are helpful for many people. Good information here

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  13. Thank you for sharing these great tips! They are very interesting and useful tips!

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  14. Thanks so much for sharing this! It's so wonderful to know that many ailments can be corrected simply by things we already have at home, making it so much more frugal, in addition to being healthy.I bookmarked this one! Hugs...and Happy Thursday! RO

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  15. The garlic interested me too, it is a wonderful thing, but I had no idea it could help a toothache.

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  16. people always recommend herbs and holistic treatments for MS - which i happen to have. i have never seen any positive results with herbal treatments!!

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  17. This is a great information for natural remedies. I try to go natural as much as possible myself :-)

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  18. Thanks for sharing these ideas. Natural remedies can sometimes be quite helpful.

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  19. I always go for natural methods first and it's interesting that scientific research is finally catching up to their effectiveness!

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  20. Natural remedy is the best. I would need that remedy for cracked heels.

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  21. I had forgotten all about cucumber slices for the eyes, used to love that. With two daughters-in-law very much into this subject, I've learned much from them. I wish I had known more about toxins many years ago.

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  22. Great health tips! So many useful tips to try out.

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  23. I looove the natural way to everything! I'm an advocate for natural and organic products.

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  24. Good informative post! Interesting with mouth ulcers and acidity. Thanks for all! I'm back to blogging now, couldn't stay away! :-)

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