Category Archives: Home Remedies

Remedies To Help Leaky Gut

What is Leaky Gut Syndrome? Too many of us are living under high stress; from high-pressure jobs, financial issues, dilemmas with kids and relationships or family health problems—all adding strain and extra obligations in a hyper-paced world. We also tend to eat for convenience, to please our taste buds or to appease our moods versus eating for nutrition and good health. This dangerous combination can wreak havoc on our digestive system, and when paralleled with certain genetic profiles or dietary sensitivities, some individuals may experience what is called leaky gut syndrome or intestinal hyperpermiability. In short, the lining of the intestines Read More...

Uses for Colloidal Silver

Use Colloidal Silver to: – Treat ear and sinus infections, as well as pink eye. Drops of Colloidal Silver placed in the eyes, ears, or drawn up through the nostrils, can be effective in eliminating infection. – Treat skin conditions such as warts, eczema, psoriasis, acne, dandruff, and fungal infections. Applied directly to the skin, Colloidal Silver acts as a local antibiotic and anti-inflammatory agent. – Lessen cold and flu symptoms. Taking Colloidal Silver orally at the onset of illness can lessen severity and shorten the duration of the symptoms. – Treat a sore throat. Gargling with Colloidal Silver can lessen a sore throat and eliminate trapped bacteria. – Bandage wounds. Colloidal silver can be used Read More...

12 Natural Antibiotics

Over the last several decades, over-use of antibiotics has reached an all-time high. The result has been drug-resistant bacteria and “superbugs” that evolve faster than scientists can figure out how to fight them. Long before there were pharmaceutical antibiotics – developed in the 1940s, there were foods and herbs that helped guard against infection and disease on a daily basis. Many of these natural defenders are still in use today with holistic healers around the globe. Our ancestors also had a solution for healing, using antibiotics from nature and it would be good to remind ourselves what these antibiotics are and Read More...

Cough Remedies

Herbal cough remedies and dosages Before using any of the herbal remedies herein mentioned, an individual needs to check on the correct dosage and if the herb has any interactions with the individual’s existing medications. Below are some herbals for dealing with cold symptoms that trigger a cough: (more…) Read More...

Detox Bath

Bathing in warm water opens up your pores and cleanses your skin from the inside out, leaving you soft and supple. Detox baths are good for drawing toxins and muscle soreness out of the tissue. Baking soda will balance an over-acid system, leaving you refreshed and invigorated. The DIY detox bath Ingredients Handful of Epsom salts 1/2 C of Baking soda 10 drops of Essential oil  Some essential oils to use: Lavender – Calming and relaxing Grapefruit – Uplifting Peppermint – Fatigue Cedarwood – Depression Chamomile & Rosemary – Headache Directions Add ingredients while drawing your hot bath. Relax and soak for 15-20 minutes so your body can sweat, detox and absorb all of Read More...

Chronic Colds

Do you have chronic colds? We are constantly exposed to cold-causing organisms without them actually causing a cold. Your immune system health is the deciding factor in whether you “catch” a cold or not. Over 200 different viruses cause colds. Drugstore remedies only suppress symptoms and have side effects like dizziness or fatigue. A cold is really a cleansing condition, so it may be better to just let it happen, and let your body start fresh, with a stronger immune system. Still, it’s hard to work, sleep, and be around other people with cold symptoms. Natural therapies are effective for relieving Read More...

Fever

A slight fever is often the result of your immune system’s way of clearing up an infection or toxic overload. Your body naturally raises its temperature on its own to “burn out” harmful poisons. The heat from a fever can also de-activate virus replication, so unless a fever is exceptionally high (102 for adults, 103 for kids) or lasting for more than two days it is sometimes wise to let it run its course. Drinking plenty of liquids, such as: Diluted juices, water, broths and herbal teas. Carrot, beet and cucumber juice also aids in cleaning the kidneys and lowering the temperature. Sip Read More...