Cures Found in Your Kitchen
At some point, you would suffer from simple ailments such as a headache, a toothache, a tummy ache enough to prompt you to check for some immediate relief as much as possible. On the other side of the coin, there are better medicines that can be used aside from the laboratory-manufactured ones, and these things are simply found in your kitchen.
You might be asking, what kind of kitchen cures are being referred to here anyway?
When it comes to various items found inside the home that is quite effective in treating pain and aches, you can find them quite a plenty – but the main problem is if you do not really know what these things are how can you use them in the first place? Although some of these known home cures are a staple household item, some are not and would have to be purchased instead or try to scour outside (if you live in a forested area or you have plenty of plants around you, perhaps even a small garden that you tend to.
For example, tooth pain – some home remedy practitioners vow on the effectiveness of oil of cloves, ice pack, or the warm-water-and-salt mouthwash to effectively and immediately deal with it. Especially in cases where immediate and effective aid is a must, such as difficulty in bowel movements (which is really dangerous especially when the person is unable to pass on bowel for three days, or can make the anus bleed) having a container of cream of tartar supplement lying around in your pantry is a blessing in disguise. A known method that is proven effective in relieving itching and rash conditions is by mixing a paste of water or lemon juice and baking soda together, and then applying the paste like a poultice on the affected area.
Indeed, there are many kinds of alternative home medicines that can be used when the individual is not feeling admirably well.
Instead of grabbing that first aid kit you have in your cupboard to treat a simple headache or a toothache, why not go for a safer and chemical-free alternative that home cures can provide? Instead of waiting for your discomfort to get worse, just because you do not really like to consume any kind of tablet or pills at all, trying out alternative treatments with the items found inside the home is a good, safe and highly effective option – who knows you might even discover other uses of the items in your pantry other than its primary usefulness for cooking.
However it is still important not to disregard doctor’s advice or checkup should the situation call for it, so in case you really need to, call your physician immediately.