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Keep The Doc­tors Away 5 years, 11 months ago #1106

Post ninyo mga nat­ural home reme­dies so dili nata kina­hanglan moadto daun sa doc­tor every­time naa tay gipamati..



kani ay help­ful kay ni sa mga palahubog.



for hang­overs :

* Drink a lot of water before you go to bed. This should sup­ply some relief to the dehy­drat­ing effects of alco­hol. Drink plenty of water even after you wake up.
* Its a good qual­ity prac­tice to eat some­thing while and after your are drink­ing. This helps reduce the rate at which alco­hol enters your blood and thus can help dimin­ish the after-effects.
* Get vit­a­min C tablets. These aids break down the alco­hol con­tent in your body.



foot odor :

* Another effec­tive and inex­pen­sive way to deal with your prob­lem is with the use of bak­ing soda. This ingre­di­ent nat­u­rally absorbs odor in the envi­ron­ment. Before you put on your shoes, rub your dry feet with the pow­der. This will absorb the sweat in your feet and avoid the foul smell or foot odor.

sore throat :



* Wash and peel a small piece of gin­ger. Chew slowly for a few min­utes. Swal­low the juice. Or, keep a small piece in the mouth, chew­ing it lit­tle by little.
* Hot salt gar­gle, 3 times a day. Before break­fast, before lunch, and at bedtime.



toothache :

* Slice a small piece of gar­lic (ahos), enough to fit the tooth cav­ity. Place inside the cav­ity as fill­ing. Renew the fill­ings, 2 times a day.
* Apply ice pack or ice com­press for swollen gums and cheeks for 30 min­utes, 3 times a day.
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Re: Keep The Doc­tors Away 5 years, 11 months ago #1107

for cough :



Lagundi. This shrub, endorsed by the Depart­ment of Health, is known for its cool­ing, anti­his­t­a­mine and mus­cle relax­ant prop­er­ties. Place 7 clus­ters of lagundi in a pot with 2 glasses of water and bring it to a boil, then drink it every 4 hours.

Ala­gaw. This plant, which can only be found in the Philip­pines, is known for its aro­matic smell. Place a hand­ful of ala­gaw leaves in a pot with water and bring it to a boil, then drink it every 4 hours.

Oregano. Place 3 to 5 leaves of this com­mon herb in a pot of hot water for 15 min­utes. Drink the result­ing mix­ture to relieve cough and colds.

Gin­ger. Cut gin­ger into long thin strips (juli­enne). One strip of gin­ger placed in the mouth can act as a throat lozenge.

Cala­mansi. This fruit can be mixed with honey (or sugar) and water to make hot tea. Gin­ger may also be used to make sal­a­bat (gin­ger tea).Both can help pre­vent colds and soothe a sore throat.
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Re: Keep The Doc­tors Away 5 years, 11 months ago #1108

Acne Scar Remedies

There are var­i­ous acne scar treat­ments that help ban­ish acne and result­ing acne scars.

Com­mon home reme­dies for acne scars are:
– Eat­ing a bal­anced and health diet devoid of exces­sive starch, sugar and fatty foods.
– Hot fomen­ta­tion to open pores and rins­ing the skin with cold water after squeez­ing waste is an effec­tive rem­edy.
– Sun and air baths for the body are ben­e­fi­cial to the skin.
– Heal­ing packs of grated cucum­ber, orange peels, lemon peels are effec­tive reme­dies when applied on affected areas.
– A tea­spoon of corian­der juice mixed with a pinch of turmeric pow­der is also con­sid­ered an effec­tive rem­edy to treat acne scars nat­u­rally.
– Intake of gar­lic as well as rub­bing gar­lic on affected areas can prove ben­e­fi­cial in treat­ing acne scars.
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Re: Keep The Doc­tors Away 5 years, 11 months ago #1109

Home Reme­dies for Arthritis


Arthri­tis Treat­ment using Potato Juice

The raw potato juice ther­apy is con­sid­ered one of the most suc­cess­ful bio­log­i­cal treat­ments for rheumatic and arthritic con­di­tions. It has been used in folk med­i­cine for cen­turies. The tra­di­tional method of prepar­ing potato juice is to cut a medium-sized potato into thin slices, with­out peel­ing the skin, and place the slices overnight in a large glass filled with cold water. The water should be drunk in the morn­ing on an empty stom­ach. Fresh juice can also be extracted from pota­toes. A medium-sized potato should be diluted with a cup of water and drunk first thing in the morning.

Arthri­tis Treat­ment using Other Raw Juices

One cup of green juice, extracted from any green leafy veg­etable, mixed in equal pro­por­tions with car­rot, cel­ery, and red beet juices is good for arthri­tis. The alka­line action of raw juices dis­solves the accu­mu­la­tion of deposits around the joints and in other tis­sues. A cup of fresh pineap­ple juice is also valu­able, as the enzyme brome­lain in fresh pineap­ple juice reduces swelling and inflam­ma­tion in osteoarthri­tis and rheuma­toid arthritis.

Arthri­tis Treat­ment using Sesame Seeds

A tea­spoon of black sesame seeds, soaked in a quar­ter cup of water and kept overnight, has been found to be effec­tive in pre­vent­ing fre­quent joint pains. The water in which the seeds are soaked should also be taken along with the seeds first thing in the morning.



Arthri­tis Ttreat­ment using Garlic

Gar­lic is another effec­tive rem­edy for arthri­tis. It con­tains an anti-inflammatory prop­erty which accounts for its effec­tive­ness in the treat­ment of this dis­ease. Gar­lic may be taken raw or cooked accord­ing to indi­vid­ual preference.

Arthri­tis Treat­ment using Bananas

Bananas, being a rich source of vit­a­min B6, have proved use­ful in the treat­ment of arthri­tis. A diet of only bananas for three or four days is advised in treat­ing this con­di­tion. The patient may eat eight or nine bananas daily dur­ing this period and noth­ing else.

Arthri­tis Treat­ment using Lime

Lime has also been found ben­e­fi­cial as a home rem­edy for arthri­tis. The cit­ric acid found in lime is a sol­vent of uric acid which is the pri­mary cause of some types of arthri­tis. The juice of one lime, diluted with water, may be taken once a day, prefer­ably first thing in the morning.



Arthri­tis Treat­ment using Green Gram Soup

Another home rem­edy found use­ful in reliev­ing pains in the joints is the use of green gram soup. This soup should be pre­pared by mix­ing a table­spoon of green gram in a cup of water, with two crushed gar­lic cloves. It should be taken twice a day.

Arthri­tis Treat­ment using Cas­tor Oil


Treat­ment with cas­tor oil has been found ben­e­fi­cial in arthri­tis. The pro­ce­dure, as pre­scribed by a Span­ish doc­tor, is to boil two table­spoons of cas­tor oil over a stove burner. The oil should then be poured into a glass of fresh orange juice and taken before break­fast daily till the dis­ease is cured. It was advised to patients to take it for three weeks, wait for another three weeks and then repeat it again for another three weeks. It is, how­ever, essen­tial that the patient must take an alka­line diet while adopt­ing this mode of treat­ment oth­er­wise the value of the treat­ment will be lost.

Arthri­tis Treat­ment using Coconut or Mus­tard Oil

Warm coconut oil or mus­tard oil, mixed with two or three pieces of cam­phor should be mas­saged on stiff and aching joints. It will increase blood sup­ply, and reduce inflam­ma­tion and stiff­ness with the gen­tle warmth pro­duced while mas­sag­ing. Cam­phor­ated oil is an ancient rube­fa­cient used for the purpose.

Home Reme­dies for Arthritis

While arthri­tis almost always requires med­ical atten­tion to slow down the degen­er­a­tion of the joints, a lot of peo­ple pre­fer nat­ural arthri­tis treat­ment. This approach is usu­ally slow, but is free of side effects. The treat­ment of rheuma­toid arthri­tis ranges from herbal reme­dies to joint replace­ment surg­eries. Depend­ing on the con­di­tion and the sever­ity of the dam­age to the joints, a doc­tor would rec­om­mend treatments.

A lot of peo­ple con­sume gar­lic to treat their arthri­tis. You can con­sume raw gar­lic with a glass of water, and if that is not accept­able to you, you can even get your­self some gar­lic sup­ple­ments. If there is swelling and red­ness in your joints, you can apply roasted fenu­greek seeds, soaked in mus­tard oil to the joints. These help reduce the red­ness and the swelling in the joints, giv­ing you a larger range of motion.

Another impor­tant thing to do is to pay atten­tion to your diet. Drink lots of flu­ids so that the body tis­sues, espe­cially those in the joints, remain hydrated. This would help to main­tain the health of your joints.
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