In this article we reveal some of the grandparent’s successful solutions for dealing with health issues:
Baking Soda for a Urinary Tract Infection
Add small amount of baking soda in glass of water. You will treat the symptoms immediately, because baking soda prevents infections, alkalizes the bladder, and protects from dangerous bacteria.
Potatoes for Spider Bites
Raw potatoes are well known for their anti-itching and anti-inflammatory properties. Just slice one piece of raw potato and rub the infected area for couple of minutes.
Raisins for Arthritis
This is one of your grandparent’s secrets that can relieve the pain caused by arthritis. Soak some golden raisins overnight in a couple of spoonfuls of gin. Anti-inflammatory effects of the juniper berries used to make gin will combine with the vitamins in raisins and do their job.
Celery for Bad Breath
It’s very simple. Just put a bunch of celery in your mouth, chew it and the bad breath will disappear.
Nettles treat Hair Loss
Nettle leaves are beneficial for your hair growth as they are rich in protein, iron, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and beta-carotene, as well as vitamins A, C, D and B complex. The nettle leaves will make your hair shiny and strong, as it’s mostly made of proteins. All you need to do is pour hot water in a mug, add 4-6 nettle leaves and enjoy your nettle tea.
Yams for Menopause
Compared to sweet potatoes, yams have a thicker rougher skin that is darker than sweet potatoes. Rich in Vitamin A and C, they balance hormones, as well as dietary fiber rich reduces cholesterol levels.
Dried Apricots for Indigestion
Apricots are full of dietary fiber which helps digestion and prevents bloating. Eating five apricots after dinner every single day will help to calm your stomach and relieve digestive problems.