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The Pros And Cons Of Using Home Made Remedies!

Posted Feb 09 2011 8:51am

Introduction

Home treatments (AKA natural cures, treatments, alternative medicine) have become more and more accepted as the cost of conventional (orthodox) medicine continues to skyrocket. These remedies are just what they sound like, natural curing you can do yourself at home. They may or may not have medicinal properties that treat or cure the disease or sickness in question, as they are most frequently passed along by non-professionals ever increasing over the years via the Internet.

Home remedies are usually safe to use for any person in any condition and are based on the knowledge that the majority natural foods like fruits, vegetables, cereal, grains, seeds and nuts, as well as other natural substances, possess numerous medicinal virtues. Such treatments for everyday diseases is not simply a concept of the twenty first century, but frequently go back many generations and even thousands of years. For natural treatments (cures) the kitchen is a great place to begin.

common Home treatments

Additionally to the advice from your doctor, there are numerous not dangerous and effective home treatments for everyday medical conditions. For ages, herbal remedies & home made medicines have been used by our ancestors to cure everyday ailments. One of the numerous benefits of using them rather than orthodox medicine as treatment is that they are very simple to use. You may be one of the millions of persons around the world suffering from many common day to day ailments, aches, pains etc.

It is well known that antibiotics kill the friendly flora and fauna along with the bacteria or virus, thus causing the body to take much longer to heal. Natural remedies are safe, practical actions that you can make use of to help treat more than one hundred everyday health troubles, ranging from insignificant ailments like ingrown hairs and athlete’s foot to serious diseases like asthma and diabetes and a substantial number have been demonstrated to successfully treat ailments such as sprains, minor lacerations, headaches, fevers, and even the everyday cold.

the majority commonly they are known as “grandma’s treatments” since the older ladies are in general more aware of these types of treatments. For instance, with an assistant applying pressure to your ears, drinking any amount of liquid while holding your nose is a everyday home remedy for hiccups. Honey has been a common natural remedy for colds and sore throats for centuries. The common mixture of cranberry, orange, and other citrus juices is a treatment for Urinary Tract Infections, and also works for pets, in boosting the acidity of the urine and diminishing the amount of bacteria.

Conclusion

Beyond the apparent convenience, home treatments have found support with a public that wants to take a more natural approach to its ailments, but keep in mind that these home treatments don’t provide miracle cures and aren’t meant to take the place of the advice and treatments prescribed by your health-care professional or family physician. persons from all continents have used 100,s of diverse kinds of herbs for the treatment of illnesses and passed this knowledge down through the generations. Natural cures, home and herbal remedies, are increasing in popularity as more and more people find the magical benefits of these types of alternative medicine; However before making use of any of the natural cures and home remedies seek advice from your physician or a naturopathic or homeopathic professional.

Submitted by Richard H. Ealom Author of this article. To find out more concerning subjects like Alternative and Natural Health care plesoe visit the web site at: Natural Remedies,care And Cures! NOTE: Content article shown above may be linked and used freely on web sites, so long so ALL article content and author information remain INTACT in any way whatsoever.

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