Posts Tagged ‘herbal remedies’

Home Made Eucalyptus Oil For Chest Troubles, Colds Or Sore Joints

May 19th, 2015

Natural Remedies Eucalyptus Oil, which is a wonderful herbal remedy for colds and flu, coughs, sore chests and sore joints, used to be a stand-by in the medicine chests of yesteryear. Eucalyptus oil, which is made from the Australian Gum tree, is beneficial to the lungs and the circulation of the blood when it is massaged into the affected areas. Rheumatism and arthritic joints, as well as varicose veins, can benefit greatly from a gentle massage of warmed Eucalyptus and Olive Oil. But now the herbal eucalyptus oil has been sadly removed from the pharmacy shelves, along with many other very useful and ...

Antibiotic Sage Herb Whitens Teeth And Strengthens Gums

March 25th, 2015

Natural Remedies: Home Remedy To Whiten Teeth And Help Restore Tooth Enamel. Important:  It is best to avoid the use of Sage if you are breastfeeding, or if you are pregnant. Common garden Sage, Salvia Officianalis, has similar properties to Black Walnut, which is reputed to be a powerful herb for restoring tooth enamel and preventing tooth decay. Rubbing crushed fresh Sage leaves onto the teeth can help remove plaque and bacteria, the things which cause tooth decay. Sage is strongly antiseptic, antiviral and antibiotic, and this is why it is still used in some herbal toothpastes.  It is also a natural whitener of the ...

Home Made Herbal Body Deodorant Powder

March 25th, 2015

Natural Remedies Sage and Rosemary are among the top ten anti-oxidant herbs, and both are well-renowned for their beneficial effects on memory, digestion, and for the prevention of colds and flus. Sage, which originates in the Mediterranean region,  has been known since Roman times.  Its Latin name is Salvia officianalis, and Salvia literally means 'health', which gives an indication of the high estimation the Romans held for this herb. Marshall Cavendish, in his booksimply entitled 'Herbs', says that the Romans used Sage for a wide range of ailments, including ulcers, consumption, grief, snake bites, and as a tonic and memory enhancer. Culpeper, as well ...

Sage To Darken Gray Hair And Promote Hair Growth

March 24th, 2015

Natural Remedies Culpeper says of Sage that it 'causes the hair to become black'. Garden sage has many therapeutic uses. In the garden, its flowers provide medicine and nectar for the bees, as well as a herbal tonic to the neighbouring plants. It is well-known as an aid to oral hygiene.  It has strong antiseptic qualities and is supposed to whiten tooth enamel. Sage is still used today in some tooth-pastes.  It is reputedly one effective remedy for bleeding gums,  and improving gum health:  The crushed fresh leaves are massaged several times a day onto the gums and teeth. The tea is gargled to relieve sore ...

Antibiotic Fucidic Acid Linked To New Strain Of MRSA Superbug

March 22nd, 2015

Natural Remedies As Alternatives To Antibiotics Common infections such as impetigo, also known as 'school sores' could once be treated quite simply with gentian violet until around 2000, when the drug companies suddenly insisted that this remedy be removed from the chemist shops, or pharmacies, in New Zealand and Australia. Drug companies had realized how much money they would make if this inexpensive, long-lasting  and harmless remedy was made unavailable to the general public, and their more expensive, short-life products marketed in its place. Their reason for taking it off the shelves was that it could be 'misused', which could make it 'dangerous', ...
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