Month: December 2017
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Medicinal herbs can provide natural, safer remedies to dozens of common ailments. This chart shows you more than 75 herbal remedies that do just that.

Ailment  Herb
Acne Calendula, aloe, tea tree
Alcoholism Evening primrose, kudzu
Allergy Chamomile
Alzheimer’s disease Ginkgo, rosemary
Angina Hawthorn, garlic, willow, green tea
Anxiety and stress Hops, kava, passionflower, valerian, chamomile, lavender
Arteriosclerosis Garlic
Arthritis Capsicum, ginger, turmeric, willow, cat’s claw, devil’s claw
Asthma Coffee, ephedra, tea
Athlete’s foot Topical tea tree oil
Attention-deficit disorder Evening primrose oil
Bad breath Parsley
Boils Tea tree oil, topical garlic, echinacea, eleutherococcus, ginseng, rhodiola
Bronchitis Echinacea, pelargonium
Burns Aloe
Cancer Bilberry, blackberry, cocoa (dark chocolate), green tea, garlic, ginseng, maitake mushroom, pomegranate, raspberry, reishi mushroom
Cankers Goldenseal
Colds Echinacea, andrographis, ginseng, coffee, licorice root (sore throat), tea (nasal and chest congestion)
Congestive heart failure Hawthorn
Constipation Apple, psyllium seed, senna
Cough Eucalyptus
Depression St. John’s wort
Diabetes, Type 2 Garlic, beans (navy, pinto, black, etc.), cinnamon, eleutherococcus, flaxseed, green tea
Diabetic ulcers Comfrey
Diarrhea Bilberry, raspberry
Diverticulitis Peppermint
Dizziness Ginger, ginkgo
Earache Echinacea
Eczema Chamomile, topical borage seed oil, evening primrose oil
Fatigue Cocoa (dark chocolate), coffee, eleutheroccocus, ginseng, rhodiola, tea
Flu Echinacea, elderberry syrup (also see “Colds”)
Gas Fennel, dill
Giardia Goldenseal
Gingivitis Goldenseal, green tea
Hay fever Stinging nettle, butterbur
Herpes Topical lemon balm, topical comfrey, echinacea, garlic, ginseng
High blood pressure Garlic, beans, cocoa (dark chocolate), hawthorn
High blood sugar Fenugreek
High cholesterol Apple, cinnamon, cocoa (dark chocolate), evening primrose oil, flaxseed, soy foods, green tea
Hot flashes Red clover, soy, black cohosh
Impotence Yohimbe
Indigestion  Chamomile, ginger, peppermint
Infection Topical tea tree oil, astragalus, echinacea, eleutherococcus, garlic, ginseng, rhodiola
Insomnia  Kava, evening primrose, hops, lemon balm, valerian
Irregular heartbeat Hawthorn
Irregularity Senna, psyllium seed
Irritable bowel syndrome Chamomile, peppermint
Lower back pain Thymol, carvacrol, white willow bark
Menstrual cramps Kava, raspberry, chasteberry
Migraine Feverfew, butterbur
Morning sickness Ginger
Muscle pain Capsicum, wintergreen
Nausea Ginger
Premenstrual syndrome Chasteberry, evening primrose
Ringing in the ears Ginkgo
Seasonal affective disorder St. John’s wort
Shingles Capsicum
Sore throat Licorice, marshmallow, mullein
Stuffy nose Echinacea
Tonsillitis Goldenseal, astragalus, echinacea
Toothache Willow, clove oil
Ulcers Aloe, licorice
Varicosities Bilberry, horse chestnut
Yeast infection Garlic, goldenseal, Pau D’arco
Glowing Skin Sehatmand, Chamakdar Jild

Winter season is here, comes rough, dry and patchy skin, which is why it needs extra care and protection to fight these problems away. During winters, the humidity levels tend to dip and the air becomes cold and dry. The dryness in the air causes the moisture in your skin to evaporate quickly, making it dry and patchy. In order to keep our skin hydrated, we generally turn to market-bought moisturizing creams. However, we tend to ignore certain home remedies and the wonders that they can do to your skin. Switch to these natural moisturizers from your kitchen shelf and ensure soft and supple skin.

1. Olive oil

Natural oils generally play an important role in keeping your skin hydrated. All you need to do is apply some on your face and skin and keep it overnight. The antioxidants present in olive oil help soothe the skin and repair damaged cells due to excessive dryness. It may also help in preventing age-related wrinkles and fine lines.

2. Honey

Honey makes for a great moisturizer that can be applied to dry skin. Massage it directly on to your skin and wait for about 10 minutes before washing it off with lukewarm water. Repeat this regularly and you will find your skin glowing naturally.

3. Coconut oil

Coconut oil is yet another type of oil that can work best for your dry skin during winters. Every night, just apply some coconut oil on your face, skin, elbows, knees and hands and leave it overnight. You will find all your skin soft and glowing in the morning. Make sure you follow this routine every day.

4. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has got thick leaves that store a gel-like substance that is known to be an excellent moisturizer for winters. All you need to do is to cut one leaf and squeeze all the gel out of it. Apply it on your face and let it dry for a few minutes and then wash it off with normal water. It moisturizes your skin without giving it a greasy feel.

5. Yogurt

The itchiness and dryness on your skin can easily be curbed by yogurt. Apply yogurt on your skin and leave it to dry for about 10 minutes before washing it off with lukewarm water. In fact, it will also mildly exfoliate your skin and give it a glow.

6. Almond oil

Add another type of oil to your list – almond oil. It makes for a great source of vitamin E and is considered to be an effective remedy. Apply some on your body and face before taking a shower. This will definitely leave your skin soft and supple.

7. Papaya

Squeeze some pulp out of a slice of papaya and add some honey to it and mix them properly to make paste out of it. Keep it for about 10 minutes and wash it away to get moisturized and beautiful skin.

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