Quick Natural Medicines And Remedies
Eat like Popeye- Iron rich foods> Spinach,
raisins, lean red meat, and fish.
- Asthma: Eat fish at
least 4X per week (fish oil found
to reduce attacks), Vitamin C-1000mg per day and coffee
with caffeine (after the Asthma attack occurs).
- Bad Breath: Brush and
floss regularly, and eat natural
- Blood Pressure (High):
Exercise, cut the salt intake and drink 6-8 glasses of water/day.
- Cholesterol (High):
Exercise and eat 2 apples a day.
- Colds: Take Vitamin
C 500mg-2,000mg per day and Echinacea. Also, wash your hands!
- Constipation: Drink
6-8 glasses of water/day, add 10 grams of fiber to diet with
breafast cereals beans, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries
- Diverticulosis: Eat
more fiber and less meat and fat.
- Fatigue: Eat healthier,
take vitamin B-complex and C, and check that Iron and Thyroid.
- Heartburn: Cut down
on alcohol, coffee and carbonated beverages and then eat a banana.
- Insomnia: Don't exercise
2 hours before bed-time and drink a warm glass of milk. Also,
avoid caffeine 4 hours before bed-time.
- Kidney Stones: To avoid
kidney stones, drink lots of water and stay away from salt.
- Leg cramps at night:
Stretch your calf muscles everyday, eat foods high in Potassium,
magnesium and calcium or take supplements. And, of course drink
lots of water
- Motion sickness: Use
bracelet that applies pressure inside the wrist and drink Ginger
- Sore Throat: Gargle
with warm salt water and suck on zinc lozenges
- Tendonitis and Bursitis:
Use ice for 15 minutes 4X per day
First Aid Tips:
- Bee Sting:
First, carefully take out the stinger by using a credit card
and flicking the stinger and venon sac away with a light scraping
motion. Then use ice and try ammonia on the stinger site.
Wash with soap, use antibiotic ointment, and then add petroleum
Immediately put a cold wet towel, and use Vitamin E lotion with
99.9% Aloe Vera
A warm hardboiled egg wrapped in a washcloth and apply to eye
for 5 minutes.
To remove ticks, light a wooden match, then blow it out and
touch the tick's body; or use rubbing alcohol and apply to back
of tick (alcohol suffocates the tick).
Call your doctor immediately if you have
questions or symptoms persist!
These Natural Remedies and First Aid Tips
are referenced from Home Remedies from the Country Doctor.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to
call or e-mail Dr. Nadler.