Home Remedies For Ailments

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In today's economy , people are looking for more ways to save money. That includes saving money when it comes to going to the doctor, dentist or pharmacy. Even with insurance, people don't have the money for a co-pay.
These home remedies are ones that I, myself, have used with success.

Garlic and echinacea. Garlic is a natural antibiotic. Take vitamin C. Echinacea comes from the daisy family, so please use with care if any allergies.
Some people use an old fashioned remedy of Colgate white tooth paste on a pimple to clear it up over night. You can also use aloe.
*Anemia ---
This is especially good for period loss. Spirulina has many vitamins and minerals. Cinnamon is also used to control blood flow.
Coq10 and hawthorn are best for the heart. Also, adding cayenne is known to stop a heart attacks in seconds! Baby aspirin is also used, but be careful of stomach ulcers.
Many people take TUMS. If you look at the ingredients, you will notice that it lists calcium carbonate. Calcium carbonate or regular calcium pills are sold at any dollar store, and they contain vitamin D.
Vitamin C in large doses will clear a runny nose and sinus infection of a cold. If you have an old nasal spray bottle, you can make your own saline mist. Just mix water with a teaspoon of salt and shake. The first few times, your nose may sting. The main idea is to clear the sinuses.
An old fashioned remedy for anxiety is cinnamon and honey. There are others like:
St. John's Wort, passionflower and Valerian. Chamomile tea has a calming effect as does turkey and warm milk.

The one insomnia cure that works is:
2 calcium pills and a glass of milk. Normally, calcium pills should be taken with magnesium ratio 2/1 for perfect balance.
Coffee or caffeine drinks.
*bacterial infections---
Vitamin C and garlic which is antiviral.
*bladder/urinary tract infections:
*Blood sugar---
Oats and cinnamon.
* Brain---
Fish /fish oil and gingko with cayenne.
Celery soup with black pepper.
Aloe and also vitamin E oil. A burn or a scar will never go away but you can make them fade .
Please note: These remedies are claimed...not proven,
Green tea and brussel sprouts will attack a tumor and shrink it. This is according to a book called,"Foods to heal/foods that harm"
*Cold sores/canker sores :---
These are due to a lack of b-complex vitamins. It's best to eat soft foods like eggs and yogurt.
Use gingko and bilberry.
Oats and cinnamon. To clear arteries, you need a diet of cayenne, garlic and onions.
Coffee has a laxative effect. Magnesium is needed for regularity.
Ladies, a calcium and magnesium combination is needed.
Sounds stramge, but crazy glue bonds skin.
*Dental Cavities---
Green tea and eating cheddar cheese after meals cleans teeth. Eating strawberries will brighten teeth.
St. John's Wort. Anxiety and depression symptoms will often overlap.
White rice with black pepper. Be sure and use iodized salt to clean out the bacteria of the intestines. Also, lemons and/or lemonade are good.
To make your own Gatorade:
1 glass of lemonade or water with lemons.
1 teaspoon of sugar and 1 half teaspoon of salt.
*Digestive problems---
Peppermint and digestive enzymes. Pineapple contains bromelain which is a digestive enzyme.
*Eye bags---
Place a slice of cucumber or potato slices on the eyelids.
Sometimes it's best not to do anything about a fever, unless it reaches 103. Then you need to place the person in a tub of ice or they can pass out or have a seizure.
*Fluid Retention---
Vitamin B-6 is good for P.M.S bloating, as is celery.
*Gallbladder Problems:
One piece of advice: do everything possible to avoid getting your gallbladder taken out!
I did. I have never been the same since. You're going to need lecithin pills and digestive enzymes for the rest of your life. Doctors never tell you about the after effects. Lecithin emulsifies fats and without a gallbladder makes your liver get overworked. Then you get "Fatty liver" and you need digestive enzymes with all your meals.
*Gum Problems---
Coq10 with extra vitamin C.
For a migraine, you need magnesium.
Can be stopped by eating plain pasta,bread or rice.
Witch hazel.
*High Blood Pressure---
Cinnamon, coq10, garlic, hawthorn, kelp,or celery.
Kelp iodine.
Calcium pills with milk and turkey.
*Joint Pain---
Milk thistle.
The liver is a remarkable thing. It can repair itself even if only a small portion of it is good.
Fish/fish oil with gingko.
*Mitral Valve Prolapse---
Coq10 and magnesium.
*Motion Sickness/Car Sick/Morning Sickness---
Ginger candies, ginger ale with crackers.
Cinnamon with honey. It's good to make a paste and put in oatmeal. Also add 5-6 kelp tablets throughout the day.
Put your face in ice water and then drink a tall glass of ice water. This will shock the system. Then you need to have extra magnesium. Calcium forces the heart to beat and magnesium relaxes it. Therefore, creating a perfect beat.
Passionflower and Valerian are calming herbs.
Black pepper in chicken soup. Then breathe in hot steam.
*Pulse, Fast? ---
Corn starch bath. This will also work for poison ivy. However, when I had poison oak, nothing helped. A neighbor told me to pour bleach on it, but I didn't try it.
*Sore Throat---
Let honey drip down the back of your throat. Honey is antibacterial.
*Stomach Ulcers---
*Stomach Virus---
Clove oil and garlic with salt. Let sit in your mouth for long periods of time. Also, if you have a cavity or a filling has fallen out, you can melt candle wax in fill a tooth with it.

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