Natural Life Remedies

We are now in a day in age where it’s almost automatic for us that when we wake up with a heavy head, we immediately reach for the medicine cabinet and take headache tablets right away.

Or when we know that we are going to catch a cold, we instantly double our dosage of Vitamin C. Unfortunately, since these medicines are made up of chemicals, there’s a tendency for our bodies to suffer the effects in the long run.

Surveys show that in the US alone, about 200,000 people die every year taking prescription medicines. And what’s more, yearly there are 300,000 people who die out of medical negligence. That said, there are no accounts so far of people dying because of using natural remedies.

Turning to natural life remedies for your aches, pains, and illnesses is also proven to be cheaper, especially if you are just growing them in your backyard, than opting for orthodox medical treatments.

Getting treated in the hospital nowadays will cost you a fortune, having to pay for health insurance, medication costs, and doctor’s fees, whether over the counter or through your taxes.

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Using natural life remedies also works better than that of orthodox treatments because they cure not only the symptoms but the root of the disease as well. Take for example blood pressure medicine. What it does is temporarily lower your blood pressure but does not aid or cure what caused the blood pressure to shoot up, whether it’s a calcium deficiency or pH imbalance. Now, that’s dangerous.

I’m not saying that you should stop seeing your doctor. It’s always wise to get checked so that you know what’s happening to your health, and so that you can keep your body healthy.

What I’m driving at is to not become too dependent on medicines. Why not try some natural life remedies to cure common aches and pains rather than gulp down some bitter medicines. Let me submit to you a couple of natural medicines that can be grown in your own backyard:

Ginger. Ginger is more than a spice often used in most Asian cuisine. It is a good medicine for nausea. It can also be used to cure muscle and joint pains, as well as for curing migraine headaches. Aside from that, it also contains anti-bacterial, antioxidants as well as anti-parasitic, and antiviral properties.

Ginger as a Remedy

Peppermint. Peppermint is a good alternative to cure coughs, colds, allergies and even aid asthma. Aside from its benefits to the respiratory system, peppermint is also a good cure to ease abdominal pains. In fact, try adding peppermint leaves on your cup of favorite tea and it will help you pass gas easily. When inhaled, peppermint can also act as a decongestant and expectorant.

Thyme. Thyme is more than just an aromatic herb. It is actually rich in anti-oxidants and contains certain flavonoids that help increase healthy fats found in the cell membranes. Some of the health-boosting flavonoids found in thyme are luteolin, naringenin, apigenin, and thymonin.

Thyme is also rich in nutrients: vitamin A, vitamin C, manganese, iron, copper and dietary fiber to name a few. Thyme oil can be used to treat arthritis, gout, bites, sores, wounds, athlete’s foot, and even hangovers. It can also be used as an alternative to hair loss treatment products. In fact, it’s a good agent in treating the scalp that some shampoos are added thyme extracts in them.

Garlic. I guess you might find it odd to hear but taking a clove of garlic a day can keep your doctor away. This is because garlic has its immune boosting, antiviral, anti-fungal, and antibacterial effects to humans. Garlic can help reduce inflammation, as in the case of osteoarthritis. It is also known to help improve the overall cardiovascular function. It prevents clotting, reduces blood pressure, improves lipids, as well as retards plaque.

Garlic for natural remedies

Chamomile. Chamomile has been a famous ingredient in teas as it helps calm upset stomach and allows the person to have a restful sleep. However, there’s more to what chamomile can do. It has its anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, anti-allergenic properties. Aside from that, chamomile is also a sedative and a muscle relaxant.
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