How To Treat Common Diseases With Natural Remedies

There are those that claim that the body can be made more resilient and immune to diseases by applying herb based remedies. In order to achieve that, these remedies, such as herb teas, have to be continuously consumed throughout a longer period of time, rather than occasional consumption.

Treat Common Diseases

Let’s take a look at the most common diseases and how to treat them.

Treating Asthma

There is a natural mixtures to help treating asthma. Start by heating 300g of sugar to the point it starts to change color. Add 9 tea spoons of honey, as well as 3 bowls of chopped onion. Add 1.5l boiling water and mix intensively. Let it cook with the cover on, lifting it every once in a while.

Once all the liquid is evaporated, it’s done. Let it cool and store it appropriately. Consume 1 teaspoon of the mixture before a meal. You are in no way permitted to smoke and drink alcohol while taking this remedy.

Treating Angina

Make a mixture from equal amounts of garlic and mallow. Add 0.25l of boiling water and keep the mixture covered for 15 minutes. Afterwards, drain it and add honey. It should be consumed in small amounts.

Treating Headaches

Headaches can be treated really simply by taking a couple of leaves of fresh cabbage, putting them in the microwave to soften and the placing them on the forehead. This should be done three times a day.

Treating Sniffle

To stop your nose running you merely need to inhale smoke while baking bread. Do that in short intervals during the day.

Treating Sciatica And Arthritis

Take a scoop of pure oats, put them in 0.25l of water and cook for 2-3 minutes. Drink from it a few times every day. For arthritis, soak a piece of cloth in cooked oatmeal and apply it to the painful spot and keep them there for a few hours.

Treating Burns

When dealing with burns, in order to avoid blisters you can grate uncooked potatoes and place it on the burn. Also linseed oil or cold milk applications can help.


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