Pains And Swells? Here Are Best Kitchen Remedies That Can Help You

Nov 23, 2014 07:43 PM EST | By ABC


Kitchen Remedies- Visiting your doctor is the best way to make sure you get the best remedy for your aches and pains. But do you know that some minor health issues can be cured and can be answered by some of your kitchen ingredients?

Here are some of the best kitchen remedies that you can use to avoid too much rounds with your doctor:

Cloves are one of the known kitchen remedies that can alleviate pain on your toothache. Of course you need to visit your dentist for this case, but you can spare some of it at the middle of the night when you are disturbed with your throbbing tootache.

Cloves contain eugenol, a natural anesthesia and one of the recommended kitchen remedies that can cure pains. Chew on a clove that could alleviate toothache for two hours straight.

Tea bags can reduce inflammation and painful swells just make sure that it is cold. Put tea bags on your fridge and let it cool for some hours. It can relax puffy eyes, relieves sunburn and helps blood clot healing according to Everyday Health.

Do you experience heartburn? Apple cider vinegar is one of the kitchen remedies that come in very handy. Cider vinegar has tartaric and malic acid that hastens breakdown of fats and proteins so you won't have heartburn.

Mix one tablespoon of Apple cider to eight ounces of water and drink it before heading to a meal. It can avoid heartburn for a day.

Rashes, eczema or inflamed skin can be relieved by your everyday oatmeal. Oatmeal is boosting in phytochemicals that have the capacity to relieve inflammations.

Blend 1/4 cup of lain oatmeal and enough lukewarm water to create a paste. apply it on affected skin for 10 minutes that can surely ease your discomforts from itchiness.

Gas in your stomach? Relieve pains caused by gases by sipping ginger, anise or peppermint tea.

Athlete's foot can be alleviated by one of the most common kitchen remedies, salt. Soak your foot on saline solution composed of two teaspoon salt in a pint of lukewarm water. Soak for about five to ten minutes as it can prevent excessive perspiration on feet.

One of the best kitchen remedies is Avocado. This amazing fruit can relax red and inflamed skin as it takes out the itchiness and dryness on your skin. Mash ½ Avocado and directly apply on your swelled face to create a face mask. Do it for 30 minutes.

Garlic has been known as among of the best kitchen remedies that you can have. Garlic is a natural anti-microbial that can prevent early cold symptoms. Garlic has allicin that can ward off viruses and bacteria.

These kitchen remedies can help you ease swells and pains immediately, but remember that you cannot replace your doctor's treatment for serious health problems.

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