Natural Healing Remedies

Natural Healing Remedies

Most people try the natural healing remedies as alternative treatments to over-the-counter remedies and medications prescribed by the physician. You will be pleased to try natural remedies that will make you feel much better rather than drugging yourself unnaturally.

  • Chamomile: It contains chemicals that calm ulcers, kill harmful microbes and boost digestive juice production
  • Ginger: Nausea, vomiting, motion sickness, stomach distress/upset
  • Dandelion: It increases liver production of bile (natural laxative)
  • Peppermint: It strengthens weak digestion, helps to calm digestive irritation and is good for upset stomach.
  • Apple cider vinegar: Deals with digestive & circulatory problems. Apple cider vinegar also fights osteoporosis, provides potassium, controls weight, maintains healthy skin, cleans out toxins from tissues & joints, and helps fights arthritis. In fact, there are also some recipe books that use apple cider vinegar. Buy one and find out how healing this vinegar is.

For total ease, individually brew some tea out of the first four herbs. Usually, about ¼-1/2 teaspoon of the herb per cup of hot water will work fine. You can adjust the amount according to your taste. Steep for about 5 minutes. If you want to have a stronger taste, steep for a longer time.

You can use teas as the best and easiest natural healing remedies. Following are some natural teas you can make:

1. Chamomile tea

Chamomile tea is well known for its soothing effect. Many people like to enjoy a cup after having a hectic day.

2. Ginger tea

To make ginger tea, simply grate some fresh ginger or you can also use the powdered form of ginger. You won’t be needing any Dramamine if you stir some ginger into a hot cup of water before boarding on a plane flight. Ginger is a great healing tool and natural remedy.

3. Garlic tea

Garlic (in all forms) is known to be a great anti-fungal & natural anti-biotic. Make yourself a cup of garlic tea. Mince fresh garlic and steep it in hot water for five minutes. Strain the tea before drinking, if desired. You can also use powdered garlic if fresh garlic is not available.

4. Peppermint tea

If you have an upset or queasy stomach, peppermint tea will settle that. It is also useful during “gas attacks”. Moreover, it tastes good.

So, if you are not feeling well and need a boost, you don’t have to use chemical treatments, just go back to nature for the remedies.

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