Homemade remedies for our health

Homemade remedies for our health

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As the cooler weather sets in it is good to find natural ways to help us stay healthy.

This article from Sacred Science provide 3 remedies to help.

Autumn is finally starting to take hold up here in the northern hemisphere and you can just feel the brisk days ahead!

As the season continues to change, it’s an important time for us to begin focusing on the core of our health. Between busy work schedules and school starting back up for the kids, getting sick seems kind of inevitable. But it doesn’t have to be.

To keep myself and my family healthy all season long, I make sure to always have a few homemade healing remedies stocked up in my pantry and today I want to share 3 of these recipes with you!

With these medicines on hand, you’ll be well-prepared year round…

#1 Sage Tincture for Sore Throats

We’ve all been there. The sickness starts as a scratchy
feeling in your throat and develops into a cough… then into a fever… and then
you’re down for the count.

This Sage tincture will nip that first symptom in the bud
while offering other wholesome benefits.

Sage is well-known as an antioxidant-rich seasoning — it’s
piney and savory flavor make it a common culinary addition to soups and sauces.
Because of its popularity in cooking, people often overlook sage as a form of
medicine… but the truth is that sage is probably your most potent throat
healing remedy! 

This antibacterial and anti-inflammatory herb is a natural
painkiller that soothes both congestion and “runny” symptoms like
post-nasal drainage when sprayed at the back of the throat.

Here’s how you can make your own Sage Tincture at home:

Ingredients

  • 1 small glass jar

  • Sage (dried or fresh)

  • 90-proof alcohol (usually vodka, rum or brandy)

Instructions

  1. Pack the jar with sage

  2. Fill the jar with the alcohol all the way to the top

  3. Seal with an air-tight lid

  4. Shake

  5. Place in a cool dark place for at least a month

  6. Shake every other day

  7. After a month, strain and pour liquid into a spray
    bottle

Use the tincture as needed for sore throats and congestion.

#2 Pickled Garlic 

Garlic is another healing food that typically falls below
the medicinal radar. But did you know that garlic can significantly reduce your
risk of getting sick and cut your recovery time in half if you do?

Garlic is so powerfully antiviral and antibacterial that
even the aroma of cooking garlic filling a house can purify bacteria in the
air.

One of my favorite ways to get my daily dose is with pickled
garlic. It’s such a simple and delicious way to support your immune system –
all you have to do is pop one clove in your mouth daily. 

Here’s the recipe I use to make it at home instead of buying
it at the store.

Ingredients

  • ⅛ cup salt

  • ½ cup water

  • ½ cup white vinegar

  • As much fresh garlic as you can pack into your jar,
    peeled

  • Red pepper flakes and dill (optional)

  • One heat-proof sealable glass jar

Instructions

  1. Throw the salt, water, and vinegar into a pot. Bring
    to a boil and simmer for 10 minutes

  2. Add your garlic (and other ingredients if you chose
    to use them) to your jar

  3. Carefully pour the hot liquid into your jar and screw
    the lid on tight

  4. Place your jar into your pot and cover with water

  5. Boil the pot and water for 10 minutes

  6. Allow to cool down

  7. Store in the refrigerator

This recipe is quick enough that you can keep pickled garlic
on hand all season long. And as an added bonus, the pickling helps to feed your
healthy gut bacteria!

#3 Aloe Vera Plant

This last remedy comes from a plant so powerful, you don’t
even need a recipe for it. Just put in the minimal effort needed to grow one in
your home (really, it’s one of the easiest plants to keep around)!

Aloe vera, AKA the “wonder plant,” is a hardy plant known
for its outstanding health benefits for a wide range of ailments. Its long,
thick leaves are filled with a gel that is packed with
vitamins, minerals and healing enzymes, which make aloe vera gel one of
the best topical remedies the earth has to offer.

Loaded with fatty acids that help with pain relief, the
gelatinous leaves are commonly used to soothe burns, heal wounds and repair
skin. Just cut off a leaf as close to the stem as possible, trim away the green
skin and you’re left with a translucent gel that you can rub anywhere that is
hurting. 

Aloe vera is also healing when ingested! Juice from the
leaves is very refreshing and supports your digestive system by regulating the
number of bacteria in your gut flora and soothing inflamed gastrointestinal
tissue.

*Make sure to do your homework before ingesting this
potent plant. Some parts near the rind — particularly the yellow juice called
“aloe latex” — are so powerful they should not be taken in high doses. 

This no-fuss superplant should be in every
home. All aloe needs to thrive is sunshine, consistent temperatures and water
every 3 months — that’s it!

These 3 all-natural home medicines are easy and fun to
prepare. Please do yourself a favor as the seasons are changing and have them
all on hand.

 

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Rod Stone
Author,
Publisher and Supplier of Healthy Living information and products to improve
your life.

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