Home Remedies That Naturally Cure Common Health Problems

Instead of running to the store, sit back, relax and try one of these natural home remedies to help you feel better.

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Intro – 0:00
Honey for Cough: 01:04
Eucalyptus Leaves for nasal congestion: 01:25
Ginger for Nausea: 01:39
Garlic for Stomach Bug: 01:54
Peppermint for Digestion: 02:13
Apple Cider Vinegar for diarrhea: 02:32
Orange Foods for Colds: 02:50
Dark Chocolate for cough: 03:04
Calcium for menstrual cramps: 03:22
Turmeric for joint pain: 03:42
Banana Peels for Migraine: 03:59
Aloe Vera for Acid Reflux: 04:20
Vinegar for foot Pain: 04:38
Lemon Juice for Dandruff: 04:56
Chamomile Tea for Stress: 05:16
Flaxseed for skin burns: 05:34
Baking soda for stained teeth: 05:58
Brown Sugar for chapped lips: 06:16
Cherry Juice for sore muscles: 06:35
Celery for Backache: 06:52
Oatmeal for eczema: 07:06
Apples for heartburn: 07:28
Lavender for Anxiety: 07:45
Pears for high cholesterol: 08:12
Cayenne for Blood Pressure: 08:25
Thyme for Respiratory Infections: 08:39
Olive Oil for Constipation: 08:54
Coffee for headache: 09:10
Parsley for bad breath: 09:31
Sugar for hiccups: 09:44
Rosemary Oil for fatigue: 10:10


Honey for Cough: Honey is a known natural cough suppressant. Studies have shown that taking 2 teaspoons of honey 30 minutes before bed can lessen the severity and frequency of nighttime coughing from allergies or a cold.

Eucalyptus Leaves for nasal congestion: Eucalyptus leaves have been proven to provide quick relief and promote sinus drainage. Just Boil eucalyptus leaves in a bowl. Inhale the steam by holding your head over the bowl and taking in deep breaths.

Ginger for Nausea: Studies have shown that ginger contains gingerol and shogaol that inhibit the part of the brain that controls vomiting. Just chop and grate it to use in cooking or make it into tea. It’s healthy both ways!

Garlic for Stomach Bug: Garlic works as a natural antibiotic and it can kill bacteria that causes nausea. But here’s the catch, it must be eaten raw to be fully effective. Better keep your mouth shut and not talk to anyone!

Peppermint for Digestion: Now, who doesn’t love peppermint. Well you have a reason to love it even more. Peppermint has been proven to relax your digestive system and ease pain. It also prevents spasms. Just sip it in tea or add a few drops of oil to a glass of water and see your digestion woes disappear!

Apple Cider Vinegar for diarrhea: Apple Cider Vinegar has properties which help to soothe the stomach and colon lining while fighting off bacteria as well. Just add two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to a glass of water and say goodbye to..well..you know.

Orange Foods for Colds: Foods that are orange in color like carrots, pumpkins and of course oranges are rich in beta carotene that helps boost immune function and fight colds.

Dark Chocolate for cough: Yep, we’re giving you an excuse to eat some dark chocolate! Research has found that cocoa contains demulcent properties that help calm the urge to cough—so grab a few squares of dark chocolate when you have a cough that just won’t quit.

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