Category Archives: Home Remedies

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...

Common Questions about Colloidal Silver

How much Colloidal Silver should I take? A suggested use is 1 teaspoon three times daily for fourteen days.  Children can be given ¼ to ½ of the adult dosage. Why should I take Colloidal Silver? Colloidal Silver is a health supplement commonly used to kill bacteria, viruses, germ and fungus infections. Silver has been known to make the immune system stronger and more effective at combating disease. Can Colloidal Silver be used externally? Yes, Colloidal Silver is also useful externally. It can be applied directly to cuts, burns, cold sores, open sores and other lesions. Dab or spray on eczema, mosquito bites, acne and Read More...

Why Silver Should be in Your Medicine Cabinet

Did you know……. The antimicrobial properties of silver have been known since 400 B.C., and silver was commonly used as an antimicrobial agent in wound management until the early 20th century. Modern science has since confirmed silver’s antimicrobial effects. It’s even been shown to be effective against antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Tests reveal that silver destabilizes the structure of the bacterial cell membrane, making it more porous, which allows the silver to enter the bacteria and kill it from the inside. Colloidal Silver is a health supplement commonly used to kill viruses, germ and fungus infections. It has been effective in combating and preventing bacterial illnesses, colds, Read More...

Benefits of Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkins and pumpkin seeds belong to the same family as cantaloupe, watermelon, cucumber, and squash. Long valued as a great source of zinc, pumpkin seeds are becoming increasingly recognized for being rich in antioxidants. Before processing pumpkins for meals, desserts or decorating, remember to retain the seeds. Nutrients & Vitamins Pumpkin seeds are a great source of nutrition, providing all the nutrients such as manganese, magnesium, iron, copper, tryptophan, zinc, phosphorus, and many other minerals and vitamins. Tryptophan – an essential amino acid in protein Composition tryptophan in pumpkin seeds helps fight depression. Once in the body, tryptophan is converted into serotonin and niacin are helpful hormone, Read More...