Dr. Lippman, MD: The Best Natural Remedies For Your Medicine Cabinet

www.thenaturalguide.com (Video by Larry Cook) Natural remedies found in health food stores help the body heal faster, while over-the-counter drugs found in conventional stores only manage symptoms. Why just treat the symptoms with drugs when you can help your body heal faster—or even prevent sickness—by using natural remedies? But, you ask, which remedies should you have on hand at all times? Dr. Cathie Lippman, MD, explains just that in this video • Arnica, a Homeopathic remedy, is for burns, bruises, cuts and trauma. • Rescue Remedy, a flower essence remedy, good for emotional trauma. • Oscillococcinum, a Homeopathic remedy for flu. • Herbal Remedies • Aloe Vera, for burns or skin injuries, and the gastrointestinal tract • Garlic, as an antibiotic – best used raw; also as a supplement • Calendula: natural antibiotic for skin to prevent infection • Elderberry, an herb that is anti-viral • Humacel – anti-viral supplement (it is a brand name) • ProBoost: A Thymic Protein for cell support to fight infection • Epsom Salts, which contain magnesium, for muscle soreness • Vitamin A: For viral illness • Vitamin C: Immune system builder, helps with infection healing • Vitamin D: Builds the immune system and helps with bone growth • Zinc: a mineral that supports the immune system • Probiotics: beneficial bacteria for the intestinal tract, and they build the immune system Learn more about natural remedies and supplements at www.thenaturalguide.com and www.thenaturalguide.com

Best Melodic Trance Songs

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Top 10 Best Trance Techno Songs Ever

Top 10 Best Trance Techno Songs Ever

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Best Herbal Teas For Coughs And Colds

Almost everyone is familiar with the uncomfortable symptoms of a cold. These include coughs and sneezes, headaches, an aching body, runny or congested nose and generally feeling out of sorts. Although there are no known cures for colds, herbal tea remedies have been found to be helpful in helping to reduce cold symptoms. Different remedies can be chosen depending on the symptoms.

Herbal Teas for Colds

Ginger is a good home remedy for coughs and colds. It is recommended that the patient drink ginger tea at least three times a day. Allow 1 heaped teaspoon of grated fresh gingerroot to seep for ten minutes in a cup of boiling water before drinking.

For a herbal tea to help reduce the aches and pains and congestion associated with colds, mix equal amounts of peppermint, yarrow and elder. Add 1 to 2 tsp to a cup of hot water. To help soothe a sore throat, add a llittle honey.

A great way to get warm after coming in from the cold is to break a cinnamon stick into a mix of ginger. Add a little Cayenne too, to stimulate the circulation.

To reduce fevers, mix equal amounts of dried Elder Flowers with dried Peppermint Leaves in distilled boiling water. Cover and allow to steep for fifteen minutes. Strain into a saucepan and add a tsp of honey before drinking.

Try this tangy and tasty herbal tea for coughs and sneezes: Boil 2 slices of fresh ginger root in a pint of water for ten minutes. Add some tangerine peel and continue to boil for five more minutes. Pour into teapot and add a teabag of green tea. Steep for two minutes, then add honey to taste.

To relieve the general symptoms of a cold, steep 2 teaspoons of dried sage in boiling water. Strain and drink slowly.

While suffering from coughs and colds, you might benefit from the anti-inflammatory properties of green tea. A study published in the journal Antiviral Research in 1995 suggested that green tea contained catechins that are strong inhibitors of the influenza virus. If you’re wondering about the differences between green tea and black tea, although both come from the same plant, Camelia Sinensis, green tea is dried and not fermented. This gives green tea a lighter flavour and keeps all the beneficial qualities unharmed which is why green tea is a very healthy alternative.

Sources

“The Doctor’s Book of Herbal Rome Remedies.” The Editors of Prevention health Books. 2000.

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Written by Carole Somerville
Professional Writer and Astrologer

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Best Herbal Remedies For Toothaches

I have had toothaches and I am sure some of you have as well. I know when I have a toothache I like to use herbal remedies to help ease my toothache pains instead of using over the counter pain killers. Some of my favorite toothache herbal remedies to use are tea tree oil, vanilla extracts, peppermint, and neem oil. Now your probably all wondering how do this herbal remedies help ease a toothache? Well I am about to tell you.

Tea tree oil helps ease a toothache because it contains anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties in it that stop your gums and nerves from swelling, and penetrates deep down inside the tooth itself killing off the bacteria inside the root of the tooth that is causing your tooth to hurt. The best way I think to use tea tree oil to help ease your toothache pains is by first brushing your teeth with toothpaste, and than rinsing your mouth out with mouthwash. After you can simply dilute a few drops of tea tree oil into a glass of warm water and than swoosh the water and tea tree mixture in your mouth as a mouth rinse. The other way is simply by taking a cotton swab and pours some of the tea tree oil on it and than rubbing the cotton swab with the tea tree oil on the tooth that hurts inside your mouth.

The next herbal remedy I like to use to help ease a toothache is pure vanilla extract. Vanilla extract contains chemicals in it that helps numb your toothache. The best way I find to use pure vanilla extract to help ease my toothaches is by simply pouring 3 tablespoons into a small cup and than by simply pouring it into my mouth and swishing it around in my mouth like a mouthwash for 30 seconds. After I simply like to spit the vanilla extract out. However, the vanilla extract can be a little strong in flavor so you can dilute it in a little bit of water if you have too. I know I have too.

The other herbal remedy that I find works the best for toothaches is peppermint oil. Peppermint oil has a natural soothing and cooling sensation that helps soothe away aches and pains. The best way I find to use peppermint oil to help ease toothaches is by simply taking a cotton swab and soaking it in peppermint oil for a minute or two, and than after by simply rubbing the peppermint oil onto the toothache and gums surrounding the toothache with your cotton swab. As soon as you apply the peppermint oil to your toothache it will feel at ease from the pain. Another way I like to use the peppermint oil to help ease my toothache pains is by simply pouring a teaspoon of peppermint oil into ¼ a cup of water and than swooshing the peppermint water solution in my mouth like a mouthwash to help ease my toothache pains. You can choose whatever one works best for you.

The next and last herbal remedy that is wonderful for toothaches if you do not have any of the other natural remedies on hand is neem oil. Neem oil contains natural compounds in it that help reduce inflammation in your teeth and gums, which helps reduce the amount off pain you are feeling in the tooth that is aching. The way I like to use neem oil to help ease my toothache is by soaking a cotton ball in neem oil and than applying the wet neem oiled cover cotton ball to my toothache by simply sticking the neem oiled cover cotton ball into  my mouth. Once the neem oil is on the toothache you should feel a tingly soothing sensation that helps relieve your toothache pains. They also make neem toothpaste and mouthwash you can get and try to help ease your toothache pains as well, but I personally think straight up neem oil works the best for toothaches.

All of these herbal remedies have helped ease my toothaches, and I hope they help ease your toothaches as well. I know I would recommend any of these herbal toothache remedies to someone I loved with a toothache before offering them an over the counter pain killer.

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