4 Remedies to Common Ailments You Can Find on Your Kitchen Counter

Every time an ailment barges in your body and tries disrupting your immune system, you begin to feel the need to run to your pharmacist for help. Help for medications or some kind of immediate temporary help to relive the discomfort. However, there are medicines present right there in your kitchen that is equally effective for some of the common health concerns. The only thing that applies here is that you need to start incorporating these natural wonders from now on so that a cumulative effect starts to build up.

On the other hand, there are certain things in your pantry that offers quick relief to concerns like cough, cold, and even fever. Here are 4 best remedies available in the comfort surroundings of your home.

 

Garlic

Garlic is a potent antibiotic, which if ingested raw can cure a number of common as well as mildly chronic ailments. Presence of a compound called Allicin makes every single clove of garlic a medicine in itself. Crush 2-3 garlic and pop it like a pill with water in morning in order to get relief from common cold and general internal infections. Apart from this, eating 2 cloves of garlic with breakfast or lunch can avert chances of cholesterol or accumulation of bad fats in your arteries. Garlic, when eaten raw or cooked, can prevent blood clotting and cancer of certain types.

Quick Tip: Drink a lot of water while you are on this Garlic trip so that evaporation will let the odor linger for a shorter period.

 

Honey

Characterized by adjectives like raw, organic, un-pasteurized, and non-heated, Honey put to sale for customers in various forms and faces. Honey is a gift from the almighty for us to devour, consume, and reap the benefits. In best situations, you should reach out for raw honey as it contains natural vitamins, enzymes, and phytonutrients, everything untouched. Take 1 teaspoon of honey at night before bed to cure sore throat or cough-choked throat. Honey is great for kids as well; add a spoonful of organic honey in their breakfast cereal or a little bit to their milk for that added kick.

Quick Tip: Do not feed children below 1 year of age with honey.

 

Turmeric

The yellow spice has a lot of zing and benefits to it. Turmeric is anti-microbial and this is why you can directly apply it to zits or pimples. Swear by Curcumin, the main active ingredient in turmeric, which has powerful anti-inflammatory effects and is a very strong antioxidant as well. Turn around and have a look at the Indian cuisine, you will find turmeric in every food item, curry based delicacy. The beautiful yellow color will melt your heart right away. The older generation applauds the healing properties of Turmeric and emphasize on its usage on wounds and cuts.

Quick Tip: Consuming too much of Turmeric can lead to Diarrhea.

 

Fenugreek Seeds

Fenugreek seeds or the leaves are a life-changing herb on Earth. Belonging to the pea family (Fabaceae) and also known as Greek hay, Fenugreek seeds are bitter in taste and have slippery texture. These yellow-colored seed, when soaked overnight in water, turns out to be a powerful medicine for people with diabetes. Moreover, you can blend it and apply the paste on your hair for added patina. Fenugreek seed is a favorite amongst females as it is a gift in disguise for acne sufferers and offers health benefits to breast-feeding mums.

Quick Tip:  Over consumption of fenugreek can disturb people with sensitive bodily response to herbs. Irritable bowel syndrome, bloating, and allergic reactions are some of the most observed worst conditions seen.

 

Your kitchen counter is a medical counter in itself, if perceived carefully. You should try curing yourself with herbs from the day one so that you do not have to rely on synthetic medicines. Start incorporating these natural power boosters in your diet so that your body has a better immune system. Stay smart. Stay Healthy.

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