Natural Remedies contains 184 articles
A Garlic Cleanse? Seriously?
October 16, 2016 .:. Categories: Health, Natural Remedies

Did you know that the ‘lowly’ garlic pod is brimming with healthful benefits? And none of them have the side effects of prescription drugs? (The drug IS the side effect, but that’s a different story!) Yet it’s inexpensive and readily available. What could be sweeter? So, my son and I are currently doing a 30 day […]

Get Rid of Your Wart at Midnight in a Graveyard
July 21, 2016 .:. Categories: Health, Natural Remedies

If you have warts, you already know that the damn things are unsightly – to say the least. Naturally, we want to get rid of them and history has provided some fascinating folk remedies. Some of the funniest come from one of my heroes, Mark Twain. He certainly was so incredibly smart, witty and ‘quotable’. […]

3 Indigestion Fixes That Have Worked – So Far
June 11, 2016 .:. Categories: Health, Natural Remedies

My son has been having problems with indigestion lately. The REAL solution is to change his eating habits but he’s unwilling to do that right now. So I’ve been helping him and the indigestion seems to have eased and even disappeared on most days. How is this magic accomplished, you wonder? Glad you asked. Fix […]

The Surprising Skincare Benefits of the Common Marigold Flower
May 20, 2016 .:. Categories: Health, Natural Remedies

Most of us prefer natural treatments compared to synthesized and otherwise altered substances. To be fair, many miracles of modern medicine are a result of condensing the potent parts of flowers and other plants into pills. However, the closer we can get to the actual organic origin of medicinal power, the better. With every step […]

Healthy Cloves Aren’t Just For Christmas
April 12, 2016 .:. Categories: Health, Natural Remedies

If you think cloves are a pleasant spice, useful around Christmas time, and forgotten the rest of the year, guess again because cloves have a lot of health benefits, too. The familiar cloves that we all know are actually the dried buds of evergreen trees native to Asia. Here are three powerful benefits. #1: According to […]

Eat Fennel For Menstrual Pain, Keen Vision and Bad Breath
April 7, 2016 .:. Categories: Health, Natural Remedies

Fennel is a rather pretty plant that tastes like licorice, but is actually in the carrot family. It’s a perennial with yellow flowers and feather-like leaves and is quite pretty when flowering. It’s a sweet seed that is used in countless recipes because of its delicate flavor. But we’re more interested in its healthful uses so […]

Zap Yeasts and Bacteria With Star Anise
April 6, 2016 .:. Categories: Health, Natural Remedies

Star anise is a spice that grows on evergreen trees common in China and Vietnam. It’s not unknown here in the western world, but neither is it common. It’s very aromatic and tastes like anise (duh! wonder why it’s called “star anise”?) or licorice, which I don’t like but many people do. If you’re one […]

The Amazing Power of Home Remedies
February 22, 2016 .:. Categories: Natural Remedies

Home remedies sound so … quaint. We picture a colonial mother gathering plants in the early morning to treat an ailing child or a pioneer woman hanging herbs from the rafters of her log cabin. But natural remedies have been the medicines of choice for the human race for tens of thousands of years. It’s […]

Use Honey For Herpes & Cold Sores + Wounds, Cuts, Acne and More
October 27, 2015 .:. Categories: Natural Remedies

Did you know that if you suffer from herpes or cold sores, your best remedy for painful sores may be … honey. Honey? How can such a common and ordinary substance be a powerful remedy for miserable and painful sores? In fact, it can be used to treat acne, wounds, cuts and sores of all […]

Breathing Problems? This Just Might Help
August 10, 2015 .:. Categories: Natural Remedies

If you have breathing problems, I feel your pain (if you’ll excuse an overused and tired cliche). I have mild adult asthma and often gasp for breath. But you don’t have to have a medical issue to notice that when you want to breathe, your breath is shallow, rather than deep. It’s an awful feeling … I […]

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