Drink plenty of water.
Take omega 3.
Eat plenty of fruits & vegetables.
Avoid soft drinks and sugar drinks.
Wear good shoes.
Drink plenty of water.
Take omega 3.
Eat plenty of fruits & vegetables.
Avoid soft drinks and sugar drinks.
Wear good shoes.
Mix thereputic grade Lavander oil and Roman Camomile Oil with argon oil and rub onto affected area. Repeat every 1-2 hours if necessary.
Black tea bag. Completely wet with as hot of water you can take just until the tea can seep out. Apply to affected tooth
and hold there for 20-30 minutes. Spit out excess saliva (there will be a lot) into a cup. You can interchange tea bags and you can do this up to 4 times a day. This method works by the tea drawing out the infection from your tooth so do not swallow any of it. I read that it can be done repeatedly throughout a day indefinitely but I did this 1 time for 30 minutes for a toothache I thought could kill me and the pain 30 minutes later was gone and didn't reappear before I was able to have my tooth fixed a month later. Best wishes and good luck
I have a broken tooth and an exposed nerve, I keep getting electric shock pain and its excrutating. I cant eat or sleep, and have been taking Paracetamol and Ibuprofen. It's just taking the pain away.Having been in this agony before thankfully I know Wat to do.
Firstly brush with high fluoride toothpaste and warm water make sure you rinse with a good mouthwash.
Then take strong painkillers and apply Clove oil to a cotton bud and apply to the tooth. The Clove oil will kill any infection and Numb the nerve.
Seek a dentist.
I have also vanilla extract apply ed to the tooth via cotton also works.
A doctor, once suggested to make a wet dry compress. Epsom salt super solution, (remember science class) I get those flat cotton things, one uses to remove makeup. I make the super solution, and dip that in there, then put gauze over the location, then tape it up. Hot compresses as much as I can stand it. After about 4 hours, remove gauze and rinse off in the shower, clean area, and then I do ichthammol (black salve) gauze it up, more heat. The more it comes to the surface the more painful it tends to get. Keep at it, and it will go. Everytime I remove the bandaging, I jump in the shower, and let the water hit the affected area as hot as I can stand. Goodluck everyone.
I feel everyone's pain. I recently broke one of my wisdom teeth and had an exposed nerve. Let me tell you this is the worst pain for many people because it will not let up. Well the only thing that would work for me was ice cold water. It would take the pain away temporarily. I would swoosh it around in my mouth and spit it out when the pain would start again and repeat. It is a temporary fix and takes the edge off. I was like this for 2 days without rest and finally had to go to ER and the numbed my infected wisdom tooth with something injected with a needle. The pain was gone for about 8 hours but I finally got some sleep. The next morning went to the Dentist did ex rays and showed I needed my impacted wisdom tooth removed with the molar. I proceed to the oral surgeon and thought I was going to get my teeth taken out that day to the disappointment of a next day oral surgery. I begged him for some relief and He numbed my teeth with a needle and wiggled it around to try and take pressure off the nerve, it worked plus He gave a prescription for oxycodone it worked. Went back the next day and had them removed while awake. The pain having them removed is minimal and now I'm thankful there out. Both the Dentist and Oral Surgeon saw me with the ice cold water and told me that is one of the only things that takes the pain away for a very short period of time. It sucks swishing cold water in your mouth but takes the terrible pain away. The only real remedy is to have tooth removed to solve the problem. I hope this helps someone out there because I felt your pain.
I had plantar warts on my feet when I was younger. Several times I had them burned off width acid or frozen off. Then I was wart free for decades. A few years ago they came back. They covered a good portion of my foot. I tried multiple home remedies with no success. Mostly, I soaked them and used a razor blade to trim off the callous. Finally, I went to a dermatologist. He said he could treatment, but that they would just go away after about two years.
So, I stopped treating them. They didn't really bother me even though they were spreading to my toes. After three years, they were still there. Then about 3.5 years after I originally noticed them, they suddenly and quickly began to disappear. Within a month they were gone. it was rather miraculous. I just noticed one day that a very big wart on my toe was a lot smaller. Then I looked at the bottom of my foot. Warts almost gone.
So, if they're not bothering you or aren't unsightly, just leave them alone.
I had an abscess removed in September at the ER, I didn't know of any home remedies at the time. I had tried black salve to draw it out but it didn't seem to work. Well, when cooking hamburger 2 nights ago I burned myself on the finger in the same place that they removed the abscess from. Now it appears the abscess is back or that I have a burn. Not totally sure which one. I know it looks very similar to what I had before. Going to try white toothpaste and see what it does
Home Remedies for Celiac Disease
Gluten-Free Diet: Perhaps the most obvious home remedy for Celiac disease is a complete overhaul of your diet to eliminate anything that contains gluten. It is important to know that gluten is not only found in direct wheat products. Gluten is added to thousands of different food items as additional bulk, or space-filling material. It is found in wheat, barley, rye, and spelt. This means that is in almost all bread and grain products, as well as imitation meats, ice cream, ketchup, desserts, baked goods, soy sauce, and hundreds of others. It is also used as a stabilizing agent for foods like mashed potatoes. By checking the labels on all of your food items, exploring gluten-free brands, and always asking at restaurants for a gluten-free menu (more of these exist every day), you can safely eliminate gluten from your diet. This is the most obvious and popular way to reduce the effects of Celiac disease – simply be mindful of everything you eat and pay attention to labels! Eating foods like vegetables, fruits, meat, and poultry are usually safe; the more processed or unnatural a food is, the more likely it will be to have gluten as an ingredient!
Papain Supplements: There are certain supplements that people eat that can stimulate the enzymes in the small intestine to properly identify gluten, thereby reducing the immune system response. These papain supplements are available at most health food stores and are gaining in popularity from those who don’t want to drastically check their gluten intake with a completely renovated diet. However, there is not a guarantee on these supplements, and some people still suffer from mild effects of Celiac disease when taking them.
Fish Oil: Fish oil is widely used for a number of health conditions, but one of the most effective uses of fish oil is as a coating for your intestinal lining. By consuming fish oil, it can keep your small intestines from becoming inflamed, therefore preventing a painful flare-up of Celiac symptoms if you accidentally consume some gluten.
Yogurt: Many people that have Celiac disease didn’t know for many years, which means that their intestinal villi are badly damaged, and the efficiency of nutrient absorption in their body is poor. Yogurt is known to stimulate beneficial bacteria and promote the healing of the digestive tract, so Celiac patients are often encouraged to increase their intake of yogurt.
Herbal Treatments: Goldenseal and olive leaf extracts are commonly used in the treatment of Celiac disease because they help to regulate and protect the immune system, thereby reducing the auto-immune effects on the small intestine, lessening the severity of Celiac disease. Furthermore, chamomile is another good herb to reduce the digestive inflammation and upset stomachs that are associated with Celiac disease.
Horsetail Tea: This tea is associated with reducing the inflammation of the digestive tract and the intestines, while also boosting the strength and durability of the digestive system, so your system is less sensitive to gluten.
Nutritional Supplements: After being diagnosed with Celiac disease, there is a good chance that your body is slightly deficient in various essential nutrients since your intestines haven’t been properly absorbing them. For this reason, it is a good idea to regularly take dietary and nutrient supplements to ensure that your body gets back on track. Some Celiac patients continue taking nutrient supplements for years as a way to make up for some of the nutrients they will lose due to their selective diet. Luckily, it is becoming much easier in recent years to maintain a well-balanced diet without consuming any gluten, and without spending an exorbitant amount of money!
Having Celiac disease isn’t the end of the world, you just need to be a bit more careful with what you eat and you should be able to live a normal and happy life!
10 Detox Bath Recipes:
Carving out alone time to de-stress, unwind, and meditate in our busy schedule can be tough. Balancing family, work, and relationship obligations leaves little time to “indulge.” But allowing our bodies (and minds!) time to rest and rid themselves of toxins is essential to staying healthy. After all, if you’re not feeling your best, you can’t give anything — or anyone else — 100 percent.
Toxins are poisonous substances that negatively affect our health. We expose ourselves to toxins on a daily basis, from sources like pollution, processed foods, and pesticides. And when we don’t release these toxins, it’s reflected in our health and the way we feel throughout the day. That’s why I’m such a fan of detox baths.
Detox Bath Benefits
While there are many ways to detox, one of the easiest and most relaxing is through a detox bath. The best part? They’re insanely easy to make at home. You’ll get all the benefits you’d find in a high-end spa bath at a fraction of the price and in the comfort of your own home.
Using essential oils, which provide antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory benefits, along with common household items like baking soda, Epsom salts and honey can help flush impurities from the body by allowing it to sweat out toxins.
Ready to try your own detox bath? Try one of these 10 homemade recipes. They’ll help your body get back into tip-top shape in no time. I recommend doing a bath for about 40 minutes to an hour for best results. The first 20 minutes will give your body time to remove toxins from your system while the last 20 to 40 minutes will allow you to absorb the minerals in the water and help you emerge from the bath feeling rejuvenated. Make sure to use hot water — it’ll help you sweat out impurities.
Bonus: Make a homemade present out of each of these recipes. Store the ingredients in a mason jar, add a personalized label, and give to family and friends for a homemade gift they’ll love.
10 Detox Bath Recipes
1. Green Tea Detox Bath
Tea isn’t just for drinking! Add green tea to your bath and reap its healing benefits, including gaining more energy, increasing antioxidant activity in the bloodstream and lowering cholesterol.
2. DIY Eucalyptus and Vanilla Bath Salts
Especially perfect around the holiday season, these vanilla and bath salts are ridiculously easy to prepare and will leave you feeling relaxed, moisturized, and at ease. This recipe uses baking soda in addition to eucalyptus oil and Epsom salts, helping relieve dry, itchy winter skin while detoxing.
3. Ginger Detox Bath + Body Scrub
If you’re looking for a new way to incorporate ginger into your routine, this detox bath is a great option. Not only does ginger help with indigestion and nausea, it promotes regular digestion and helps alleviate bacterial infections. This super simple scrub recipe requires only fresh ginger, Epsom salts,and lemon, but it’s powerful — and leave you with silky skin! Try sipping on ginger tea beforehand to really enhance the effects.
4. Homemade Back Pain Bath Salts
The staple of detox baths, Epsom salts hold their own in nourishing benefits. Because of its high magnesium and sulfate contents, Epsom salts help relieve sore muscles and fight inflammation. Combined with a variety of essential oils — this recipe uses peppermint, eucalyptus, rosemary, lavender, and cinnamon — and dried herbs and flowers, your body and mind will both thank you.
5. Calming and Detoxing Bath Salts
This soothing mix combines dead sea salts (you can find these at natural health food stores, but if you can’t track it down, feel free to eliminate; you’ll still get great results); Epsom salts, which are loaded with magnesium; mineral-rich real salt; detoxifying bentonite clay; and lavender and frankincense essential oils. Lavender will help calm and relax your mind and body, while frankincense helps ease anxiety. The result is a deliciously relaxing bath.
6. Homemade Lemon Rosemary Bath Salts
Fresh rosemary, lemon essential oil and fresh lemon zest make these bath salts a great-smelling to detox and refresh at the same time. Plus, rosemary oil has its own special powers: it helps improve memory, ease the digestive system, and relieve aches and pains in your muscles.
7. Homemade Milk Bath
Powdered milk is the secret ingredient in this easy, 3-ingredient milk bath detox recipe — use powdered coconut milk for an even better-smelling version. Add your favorite essential oil for added benefits and yummy scents.
8. Lavender Detox Bath Recipe
Lavender oil is a great all-around essential oil. Its soothing fragrance helps relieve anxiety and stress, it can help lull you to sleep, and even improves eczema and psoriasis. This lavender detox bath incorporates all these benefits into one handy bath recipe. Best of all, it only requires three ingredients.
9. Lavender Eucalyptus Bath Soak
Eucalyptus oil has a variety of health benefits: it helps fight colds, respiratory problems, and the flu; treats sinus and allergy symptoms; and has antimicrobial symptoms. Enjoy its therapeutic benefits in this eucalyptus and lavender soak. Draw this bath on a cold day when you have the sniffles; with just four ingredients, it’s perfect for an evening pick-me-up.
10. Simple DIY Almond Milk Bath
You likely have all the ingredients you need for this easy, soothing bath. The coconut oil will make this smell divine. And if you don’t have almond milk on hand, substitute coconut milk instead. I love the idea of using peppermint oil and wild orange for a bath that will leave you feeling not only relaxed, but refreshed and ready to take on the day!