Natural Home Remedies

ravinder 05/07/2022 No Comments

Natural Home Remedies

Are you one of those people who take a pill every time you experience pain? Well, now it’s time to turn to your kitchen. There are many natural remedies available that can be used for your overall health.

Who hasn’t heard of turmeric yet? Turmeric has been used primarily in South Asia as a part of Ayurvedic medicine for about 4,000 years. When it comes to proven medicinal purposes, the golden spice may be one of the best for treating pain—particularly pain associated with inflammation.

Several studies have found that curcumin is responsible for the “wow” factor of turmeric. In one study, people with arthritis pain noted that their pain levels were reduced more after taking 500 milligrams (mg) of curcumin than after taking 50 mg of diclofenac sodium, an anti-inflammatory drug.

Other studies also support this pain relief claim, noting that turmeric extract was as effective as ibuprofen for treating pain in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee.

Turmeric is about the long game. Consuming 1/2 to 1 1/2 tsp. of turmeric per day should start providing noticeable benefits after four to eight weeks.

Menstrual pain:
Mixing juice of 2-3 lemons in cold water and drinking it daily provides relief.

Chronic headache:
Peel the apple and cut it. Add some salt and have it first thing in the morning.

Flatulence:
Taking one-fourth teaspoon of baking soda mixed with water provides relief.

Sore Throat:
Boil 2-3 basil leaves in water and boil it on low flame till the juice of the leaves comes out. You can use the liquid for gargling.

Mouth ulcers:
Eating ripe banana mixed with honey provides immediate relief. It can be turned into a paste and applied on the affected areas.

Sinus congestion:
Mix organic apple cider vinegar with a pinch of cayenne pepper in less than half a cup of warm water. Take it at least twice a day when it is hot.

High BP:
Taking amla with milk daily reduces blood pressure. It should ideally be taken early in the morning.

Asthma:
Mix half a teaspoon of cinnamon in a teaspoon of honey. Take it at bedtime.

Dandruff:
Mix camphor in coconut oil. You can apply it every night before sleeping

Lemon to Boost The Immune System
Similar to salt water and honey, lemons are great for sore throats as they can help break up mucus and relieve pain. Plus, lemons are rich in vitamin C which can help boost the immune system and give it more power to fight off your infection. Mixing one teaspoon of lemon juice in a glass of warm water provides instant relief.

Hot Sauce for Quick Pain Relief
Using hot sauce to relieve throat irritation may sound strange, but this spice has actually been proven to provide relief for a sore throat. The hot sauce is made from peppers that are high in capsaicin, which can be used to fight inflammation and provide pain relief. So, while it may be burning at first, gargling with a few drops of hot sauce in a glass of warm water may be the perfect way to cure your sore throat.

 

 

 

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