I use local honey on toast to help out with my allergies.
I have seaseme seeds alergy any remedy for this ailment?
I only know that local honey is made from the pollen of local flowers which cause allergies.
By ingesting the pollen your body becomes used to the pollen and causes less problems during allergy season.
I do not know anything about sesame seeds?
I drink peppermint tea when my stomach is upset or chew on some licorice.
I usually use a big stick to deal with those common problems you meat from time to time
my dad uses marshmellow, a herbal remedy, for persistent coughing
I use arnica oil for all bumps and bruises and non-bleeding cuts. It helps the body to heal up quickly.
If it ain’t broke don’t fix it,
if you can’t fix it,
get a bigger hammer!
I received an email saying that spraying Listerine around you when outdoors, will keep bugs away, including mosquitoes.
sacred basil and pepper corn chewed for common cold and sore throat.
Keep your feet in warm water to which a handful of crushed garlic pods are added , a quick and efficient remedy for common cold.
A Friend of mine is a serious collector of magazines and has all sorts of problems as a result of the hundreds of them that he had scattered throughout his place.
He really struggled in his day to day life with a serious case of piles and was really too embarrassed to show his doctor
I suggested that he solve his personal problem by using that good old fashion remedy... Shelves!
Ssssssh Kiwi-Language on a US site! Sorri.. Couldn't resist..
Everyone looked So Bored!
I regularly drink a potion of white rum, made from sugar cane, with fresh honey from the bees, and a final squeeze of fresh orange and lemon juice. In the real hot weather I add ice. This local drink of old, is known as Poncha and is the best remedy for everything and anything. The added bonus of course is it tastes great and is made fresh in many local bars in the countryside.
yesterday i tried this for my acidity problem-I drank a glass of milk which gave me good relief
Garlic, garlic and some more garlic. If you have a cold use garlic, if you have the flu use garlic.
One thing garlic may not work so well for is if you have bad breath
candied ginger one piece or ginger tea one cup 4X per day for nausea. (do not use with blood thinners - it will increase their effect)
hibiscus tea to lower blood pressure
I had a very bad case of low blood pressure a number of years ago. Doctors told me to drink a cup of very strong coffee every morning. I did, and it worked. The morning coffee has now become a habit.
Honey is a good acne mask you can apply once a week or even use as a cleanser daily like myself.
I just had a vindaloo curry to try and clear out my cold..even if it doesn't clear your chest, you start sweating out the germs!!
Well what about pile cream? As well as being excellent for when Mr Haemorrhoid comes to town, it is also excellent as an emergency treatment for the bags under your eyes. E.G. - you wake up on the morning of that important date/job interview/wedding day and find that your face resembles a bag of spanners. Whop on a small quantity of pile cream and the bags miraculously vanish. Just make sure that your tube wasn't previously used with the anal applicator. Ugh!
by backporchstories 5 years ago
Got stung by a bee today! What is your home remedy for bee stings, especially if allergic to them?
by Bellamie 6 years ago
Gout~~lots of cherry products.
by Purple Perl 6 years ago
What is the home remedy for diarrhoea that works ?
by Rhoda Jose 13 months ago
What is the best home remedy for acid reflux?Can you suggest some effective home remedy for acid reflux? aside from taking meds....Thank you
by anisetta 5 years ago
What is the best home remedy for bronchitis and sinus infection?Is there one?
by ryancarter 6 years ago
Can I cure a sore throat by gargling with jalapenos?I've already tried tabasco and wasabi...
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