8 Simple Natural Remedies You Can Find In Your Kitchen

8 Simple Healing Foods

If you’re tired of taking medications that only mask your symptoms, or worse, create new ones, it’s time to start using home remedies straight from your kitchen.

Garlic for Sinus Infections

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Infections occur when foreign organisms gets into a person’s body and cause harm. There are many kinds of infection causing agents including viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungus. Sinus infections are generally a bacterial infection which can be very painful and uncomfortable. Garlic has been shown to be quite effective at treating sinus infections. Garlic contains allicin which is a powerful natural antibiotic and a potent agent that helps the body to inhibit the ability of germs to grow and reproduce. Garlic has been used effectively against a whole host of bacteria, fungus, and viruses. Some studies suggest that garlic is an even more powerful bacteria-killer than either penicillin or tetracycline.

Food Remedy for Chronic Inflammation: Blueberries

Inflammation is the body’s response to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, damaged cells, or irritants. It is an attempt at removing the harmful stimuli from the body and begin the healing process. Chronic inflammation can lead to a host of diseases. It can lead to metabolic breakdown with serious implications for your long-term health. Blueberries are excellent natural anti-inflammatories and pain relievers. Blueberries increase the amounts of compounds called heat-shock proteins which help reduce inflammation and pain. Blueberries also contain salicylic acid which is the natural version of aspirin and is known to thin the blood and reduce pain.

Food Remedy for Sleep Problems: Cherries

Nothing is worse than suffering from insomnia or poor sleep. Not only is it frustrating, but research shows that poor sleep can be detrimental to our health. The antioxidant melatonin significantly improves the body’s sleep pattern and sleep quality. Cherries are one of the few natural foods that contain melatonin. Cherries can increase melatonin levels in the blood, therefore improving the duration and quality of your sleep.

Food Remedy for Circulation Problems: Beets

Blood circulation is responsible for moving oxygen, nutrients and wastes to and from our organs and cells. It also helps stabilize body temperature and pH to maintain harmony. When circulation is compromised, oxygen does not reach all of the organs. Beet juice is best known as a blood purifier and blood builder that help in the creation of red blood cells. Beet juice can help in the construction of red blood cells which help to carry oxygen around the body. Beets contain nitrate which causes dilation of the blood cells allowing more blood to get around the veins thereby reducing high blood pressure. This then improves circulation.

Food Remedy for Coughs: Thyme

Coughing is the body’s way of ridding itself of mucus from the lungs, or of reacting to an irritated airway. A coughing fit can be very frustrating, especially when you are trying to sleep.  The next time you have a cold or cough, try a cup of thyme tea. Thyme has been shown to have bronchodilating and antispasmodic effects, so it helps to relax the bronchial tubes and alleviates coughing fits. Thyme oil is used in many cough syrups because it acts as an expectorant loosening mucous and has antibacterial and antiseptic properties.

Food Remedy for Chest Congestion: Orange

Orange Remedy, Home Remedy, Natural Remedy, CoughChest congestion occurs when excess fluid and mucus accumulate in the lungs. Severe chest congestion can lead to more serious health issues like pneumonia or bronchitis. You should do all you can to relieve and clear up a congested chest before it worsens.  Chest congestion can make breathing difficult and can cause coughing and shortness of breath. Oranges have an effect on the secretion of mucus by the glands lining your respiratory system. Oranges are also rich in vitamin C which is an essential nutrient that may help increase the effectiveness of your immune system. This can help reduce the severity and duration of conditions that cause chest congestion. Oranges are also a natural source of water, which can help reduce the thickness of mucus.

Food Remedy for Flatulence: Papaya

Everyone has gas. Gas and bloating doesn’t necessarily mean there is something wrong with your digestion, but excessive gas can be uncomfortable and embarrassing. There are foods that can help minimize embarrassing gas. Undigested proteins can lead to many health issues, such as gastrointestinal problems and an overgrowth of flatulence causing bacteria in the colon. The primary therapeutic enzyme in papayas, papain, is a cysteine protease enzyme that is well known for its various digestive health benefits. Papayas improve digestion by breaking down proteins into their individual amino acids and dissolving fats. Its anti-inflammatory effects also help to soothe upset stomach.

Food Remedy for Low Sex Drive: Pomegranates

There are various types of foods you can try to help increase your sex drive and fight impotence, and most of the fruits that help to increase your sex drive will contain high levels of certain vitamins on minerals which may help to increase hormone levels, increase nitric oxide levels or ramp up your testosterone. Pomegranates have been shown to increase low sex drive.  Studies indicate that drinking pomegranate juice daily for 2 weeks can elevate levels of sexual interest in both men and women by increasing their levels of testosterone.  They also help the body produce nitric oxide which helps to open up blood vessels and increase to blood flow which in turns increases libido.

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