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Long before there were doctors in every town and medication available on every corner, people knew to look to home remedies for healing. The art of using plants, herbs, and oils for home remedies was treasured and passed down from one generation to another.
Science has researched many of the natural remedies to see if they work. The conclusion is that they do work and there is sound science that explains how they work. In the time of digital commerce, you have access to ingredients that are native to countries around the world.
In this post, we will share with you some simple, but effective home remedies. Once you experience natural healing, you will want to find natures cure for whatever plagues you.
CBD Oil – Pain, anxiety, nausea, sleeplessness
CBD oil is made from cannabis, better known as Marijuana. Marijuana is smoked or mixed into recipes and eaten. It gives the person absorbing it a feeling of relaxation, and euphoria. Marijuana provides great relief from pain and nausea.
CBD Oil gives the user the pain relief and nausea control that seriously ill people benefit from but without the high, that comes from marijuana. CBD Oil contains no THC which is the ingredient in marijuana that makes you high. Read about the benefits of CBD Oil.
CBD Oil can be taken in many forms. Take it in a capsule, vape, drops under the tongue, or mixed with a carrier oil and rubbed into the skin.
(2) Manuka Honey – Cuts, scrapes, bruises, burns
Manuka Honey comes from Australia and New Zealand, where the bees pollinate the Manuka Bush. The honey is an antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant.
Clean the area Spread a thin layer of Manuka Honey over the entire injury. Cover with a clean bandage. Repeat this process daily until it is healed.
Preventive health maintenance is very important. Many diseases often have no advance symptoms. So even if you feel well you can identify them before they become advanced.
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(3) Uncoated Aspirin & Manuka Honey – Acne sores, redness, inflammation
Aspirin contains salicylic acid, which helps dry up acne. It is gentle enough to use every other day (3 times per week)
Place 5 uncoated aspirin in a small bowl. Using an eye-dropper, drop one drop of water on each tablet. This will make the aspiring crumbly. Add in (1-2 Tablespoons) of Manuka Honey. Rub the mixture onto the area that is affected.Let the mixture stand for 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water. Repeat this every morning and every night.
Note: to keep the pores clean, follow your water rinse with a rinse of cool coconut water.
(4) Garlic – Wart Removal
Garlic is an anti-viral and anti-bacterial plant. Warts are removed in about 1-week using this method.
Place two cloves of fresh garlic on a cutting board. Crush the cloves well. Place the crushed garlic on the wart and cover it with a bandage. After 20-minutes, wash and remove the garlic. Repeat this twice per day for 1-week.
(5) Oregano essential oil – Foot Odor
Oregano is an anti-viral and an anti-bacterial essential oil. Foot odor is often caused by feet that sweat, which allows bacteria to grow. It can make your feet smelly, red, and itchy.
Wash and dry your feet. Combine 3 drops of Oregano Oil with 6 drops of coconut oil. Massage the oil onto one foot. Be sure you get between your toes. Repeat the steps for the other foot. Do this every night for one week. After that, repeat the process when or if the symptoms return.
This is just a fraction of the useful home remedies that are as near as your computer. If there is a physical (or emotional) problem, nature has a treatment. Who knows, you may be the one to re-start the tradition of handing down cures brought to us by nature.
Wendy Dessler is a super-connector who helps businesses find their audience online through outreach, partnerships, and networking. She frequently writes about the latest advancements in digital marketing and focuses her efforts on developing customized blogger outreach plans depending on the industry and competition.
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