Natural healing remedies
Diseases and disorders have a way of disrupting one’s life. One morning you can wake up with a sore throat or stomach indigestion or a severe headache. These disorders can occur when you have a day full of activities such as a board meeting, a project presentation or your wedding day.
The first thought that pops in one’s mind when infected and ailing is to rush to the nearest hospital or pharmacy. What many people don’t know is that nature is full of plants which are natural healing remedies.
#1. Aloe vera
Aloe vera is a succulent plant that is commonly grown by many people for its healing benefits and as an ornamental plant. It has thick and flesh leaves that are serrated at the edges. Today, it is widely used in the cosmetic industry as the base ingredient to help improve the skin.
For individuals who have grown the plant around their home, all they need to do is cut a small part of the leaf and simply apply the sap either on a burnt area of the skin or a section of the dry skin. Aloe vera sap has healing capabilities that helps alleviate pain while also moisturizing the skin.
Ginger as one of the natural healing remedies, has been widely used as a flavoring agent in cooking. Apart from cooking it can help prevent stomach upsets especially those brought by pregnancy, motion sickness and chemotherapy.
It helps to decrease blood pressure, pain from arthritis and cancer risk. While decreasing blood pressure, it helps to regulate blood flow and allow all the organs to be nourished with oxygen.
#3. Honey and Lemon Juice
A combination of honey and lemon juice helps to eliminate sore throats that are brought about by a cold. The lemon juice helps to dry up the congestion in the throat while the honey helps to sooth the dry area and moisturize it.
The lemon juice acidic properties, anti bacterial and anti inflammatory properties in honey act as a good combination to eliminate bacteria and sooth inflammation caused by the sore throat.
#4. Nettle leaf
This is one of the natural healing remedies that acts as a natural anti histamine and prevents the body from producing histamine. It grows in many places and can be made into tea which also acts as an allergy relief.