20 Helpful Health Homemade Remedies

20 Helpful Health Homemade Remedies

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Here are some helpful home remedies to cure pain.


  1. Caffeine: What exact role does caffeine play in combating pain? It distracts your body from feeling pain during a task. Obviously, drinking coffee is how you get caffeine. But, there are other foods to consume that have, caffeine such as chocolate, tea, and soft drinks.
  2. Fish Oil: It has been reported that fish oil or Omega3 fatty acids reduce stiffness and pain. Fish oil, as the name suggests, can be found in fish foods such as halibut, tuna, and salmon. A food that equally contains fish oil is flax seeds. Combining flax seeds with your favorite foods may introduce to you a different taste and at the same time, overcomes the pain.

Beauty Products:

  1. Homemade Self Tanner: Get a hold of your favorite lotion and mix it with ¼ cup of Hershey’s baking cocoa (or whatever cocoa powder). Spread the mixture on your skin, but don’t let it remain on your skin for more than 15 minutes otherwise you may end up with an orange skin instead of a tan.
  2. Homemade Lip Balm: Dispose of your lip balm and use this alternative for your lip balm: a mixture of petroleum jelly and strawberry juice. Mix 3 tablespoons of petroleum jelly with 1 ½ tablespoon of strawberry juice.


  1. Green Tea: Green tea is not letting it get left behind when it comes to benefitting the heart. Within consumption, in a speedy 30 minutes, it improves the function of blood vessels. Green tea also has additional health benefits which get professionals and researchers raving about it; green tea prevents development of certain cancers and improves brain function.
  1. Garlic: Did you know that aside from being used as an ingredient in fried rice or a bane for vampires, garlic also has a hundred something medical uses? So don’t leave those cloves of garlic in your kitchen area lying around untouched when you can consume one every day. Garlic normalizes blood pressure and prevents heart damage, lung cancer, brain cancer, prostate cancer, and much more.

Nasal Congestion:

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  1. Spicy Foods: …Just the mention of ‘spicy foods’ made my stomach grumble. If you are someone who LOVES spicy foods like me, rejoice! For not only do you get to delight in such a delicious and challenging taste, but it also becomes your hero for the day. Eating spicy foods improve mucous flow within the nasal passages. You can even get instant relief if the sinus passage opens up. Go on, my friend, binge on them hots!
  1. Hot Tomato Juice: Drink this hot juice twice a day. Here’s how you make it: boil a tablespoon of chopped garlic with a cup of tomato juice, a tablespoon of lemon juice, a tablespoon of hot sauce, and a pinch of celery salt.


  1. Nuts and More: Eating nuts, herbivore animals, organic foods, and eggs provide the body with more protein, which transports thyroid hormone to every single tissue.
  2. Glutathione: Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant which strengthens the immune system and also does a number of healing effects to Hypothyroidism. Foods like asparagus, broccoli, peaches, avocado, squash or raw eggs assist the body work up for more production of glutathione.

Stiff Neck:

  1. Warm Cinnamon and Turmeric: Is it the winter season? Or maybe you live somewhere with a regular cold temperature? You can let go of the muscle contraction by sipping warm cinnamon and turmeric. This isespecially recommended for those who just recovered from a neck injury.
  2. John’s wort: Herbs can help loosen that stiff neck so you could continue your daily life normally. Have you ever heard of an herb called “St. John’s wort”? Some people use its flowers and leaves for medicine, usually to cure depression. Surprisingly, St. John’s wort can also be used for stiff necks. All you have to do is cook the herbs and press them on your muscle, like it were a warm compress.


  1. Ice Cubes: Holding ice cubes wrapped in cloth for thirty minutes onto the bruise can reduce the swelling. As if to juxtapose, applying hot compresses instead of freezing ice cubes opens up the capillaries which increase the response of the immune system.
  2. Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera is popular for its healing capabilities concerning sunburns, cuts, scrapes, and bruises. If no action was taken, it could take weeks for bruises to naturally disappear, but if Aloe Vera gel were to be applied, bruises would disappear faster on a percentage of 30-50. The gel seeps underneath and towards the broken blood vessels, sealing it from dirt and bacteria.

Chapped Lips:

  1. Olive Oil: Apply a small amount of olive oil on a paper towel before blotting it on your lips and reapply as much as you want. If olive oil doesn’t work, coconut oil can be a very effective alternative.
  2. Cucumber: As a replacement for ingesting cucumber, how about rubbing it on chapped lips? It may sound uncanny but it actually does work. Cut slices and hold on lips. The water from the cucumber would soothe the dryness.

Urinary Tract Infection:

  1. Fresh Coconut Juice: Fresh coconut juice often does a better job than water of naturally cleansing the body and flushing out bacteria hanging around. This is effective particularly for people who are suffering from kidney stones. Not to mention it tastes delicious.
  2. Apple Cider Vinegar: Apple cider vinegar works as a natural antibiotic to many health conditions and also contains many useful minerals that prevent bacteria from growing. Mix two tablespoons of this with water and drink twice a day.

Leg Cramps:

  1. Potassium: Potassium plays a big part in muscle contraction. Too little potassium increases the chances of leg cramps from happening. To avoid this, eat foods that are high in potassium like bananas and potatoes. Drinking a mixture of apple cider vinegar mixed with a teaspoon of honey in a glass of warm water is a great alternative. But, really though, why choose the sourness of apple cider vinegar than the sweetness of bananas and potatoes?
  2. Acetylcholine: There is something called “acetylcholine”, a muscle stimulant. It is produced by acetic acid, contained in mustard and a pickle. Simply ingest those.
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