Can a headache be relaxed by placing an onion in a
certain body part to draw out pain?
Can a toothache be eased by changing position?
What 2 household items can help you with Hay Fever?
Natural folk healers have definitely been promoting health and easing pain for
countless previous generations in all parts of the world.
Natural healings are easy to do while they provide effective comfort.
Give nature a chance to provoke the dormant healing substances
and processes within the body.
Home remedies have been with us for centuries and
just like most things their popularity ebbs and flows.
Right now the popularity of all things natural is on the rise
and many are on the look out to understand and
gather some of the many home remedies
that are out there.
But just how do you go about finding home remedies
for you that will work for you?
Your first step to finding home remedies for you
that work is to start off with the most simple and straightforward
remedies that you can find.
If you have never
seriously researched and investigated natural home remedies,
then jumping in and trying to treat a major disease or condition without
the advice and support of your conventional doctor
is not advised and should be avoided.
Often times most people will use natural remedies for
straightforward everyday injuries and conditions
and that's where you should start.
A toothache for instance, because of the way it often develops:
out of nowhere, in the middle of the night when seeing a dentist is not
possible, is an ideal ailment to attempt to treat via natural remedies.
Start by elevating the head if the toothache came
on in the night when you were flat out asleep.
By simply propping yourself up with
some pillows you will ease the pressure in the head and sinus regions
and this could be all that you need to ease the pain.
If that isn't sufficient, then you can
place something cold on the side of your face where the
painful tooth is and this will numb the nerves
and reduce inflammation.
All great to buy you some time
before you can get to the dentist.
Another of the home remedies for you that you
might want to try is a remedy for Hay Fever.
Hay Fever, that periodic burden on so
many lives as the pollen rises, can be managed and
kept at bay by following some
simple steps. Have you tried
lining the insides of your nostrils with a little light oil?
You should try it if you suffer with Hay Fever!
What this does is to trap and stop the pollen from entering through your
nose and setting off your allergies.
For Hay Fever you can also add a tea spoon of local honey,
along with a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar to some hot water
and drink as an early morning tea.
If fatigue is a problem apple cider vinegar
makes a healthful tonic which is
benifical to the hormones
and invigorates the body.
Apple cider vinegar is one of natures most
generous sources of potassium,
a mineral that helps maintain a harmonal balance
in the blood stream.
And is needed to assist in the transportation
of oxygen to the brain cells.
And if you find yourself with one of those pounding headaches,
just apply an onion or horseradish poultice
to the back of the neck, or soles of the feet.
It draws away the blood from the head easing
head inflammation like sinusitis.
Another possibility is a cold rag to your head or neck,
or soak your feet in cold water.
So, as you can see finding yourself some home remedies for you
does not have to be a huge undertaking of mixing
complex potions and concoctions,
all it takes is a little common sense and a little research and
before you know it, you'll be using these remedies
without giving them a second thought.