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Black radish – the black magic!

black radishes for cough

Thousands of years ago in Egypt, Greece, Rome and China, they knew about black radish! There are illustrations with black radishes in Egyption tumbs, 2000 BC, and Herodutus (648-625 B.C.), the Greek historian, wrote about large crops and offers to Apollo. (Can this be the reason for Apollo’s beauty?) Why black magic? Well, black because it’s black, and magic because when we eat a black radish salad, we have no idea what it does to our body, only see the good results. Without knowing we… Read More

The best natural remedies for colds – part 2

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The second part of “The best natural remedies for colds” comes with 7 other alternative methods of fighting colds: Take garlic supplements, Gargle, Drink whiskey and hot toddies – adults only, Take probiotics, Take vitamin D or stay in the sun!, Get a good massage, Take colloidal silver. Find out which one suits you best! 9. Take garlic supplements By now we all know that garlic has been shown to be very effective for a lot of conditions: high blood pressure, fungal skin infections, diabetes, high cholesterol, tick bite treatment and prevention… Read More

The best natural remedies for colds – part 1

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The colds season is coming. Do you remember what are the best natural remedies to prevent and fight common cold and flue? What do we need to have in the house for emergencies? What is new on the market that can help heal faster? Should we rely on old folk remedies or go to the doctor from the first signs? 1. Eat chicken soup or Roots soup People say it’s chicken soup. But, come on, from what chicken? That white, translucent,… Read More

Can honey treat allergy? Is it true?

jar of bee pollen good for hay fever

Eating honey or bee pollen, containing raw local pollen, in the pre-vegetation season, will prevent or weaken hay fever symptoms. Let’s talk about this. Spring is such a joy for all of us. It’s like we are blooming ourselves, our bodies feel that burst of energy emerging from beneath the cold. Well, but not all of us can enjoy this. Flowers can be beautiful, but also harmful for some people. And a real nightmare can occur. Swollen eyes, runny nose, sore… Read More

Cold remedies with honey

honey and cinnamon for colds

We all know there is no real cure for the common cold. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are more than 200 different viruses, that can lead to colds. And because we are dealing with viruses, antibiotics are ineffective. Absolutely all the medication we take for colds, is meant to combat the symptoms and not the cause. Most people heal themselves without medication within 10 days. Even if allopathic medicine does not accepted their efficiency, natural remedies proved themselves… Read More

Garlic – friend or foe?

garlic benefits on health

I know, nobody heard of garlic being a foe, what am I talking about? Yet, it’s true. Garlic is a herb. We all use it in in the kitchen, and all heard that it is used also as a remedy for many conditions. It can be taken as supplement in tablets, so that we can take them without having to carry a garlic bulb in our pockets, and smell like…. well, bad. Yet, the odorless capsules are not that efficient, because the… Read More

Honey and coffee for persistent post-infectious cough

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What is “Persistent post-infectious cough”? Also known as PPC, it is the most annoying cough that remains after a common cold or an upper respiratory tract infection, for more than three weeks. This cough is expected to last for only one or two weeks, but persists for more than 3 weeks and up to many months. PPC is reported to 11–25% of all cases of chronic cough. What are the symptoms? Persistent tickling or irritating sensation in the throat which leads to paroxysms of coughing.… Read More

One of the best foods that fuel your brain!

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I’m telling you a secret: “Eat one tablespoon of honey before bedtime! It’s one of the best foods that fuel your brain over night.” Ron Fessenden, MD, MPH, in his latest book “The New Honey Revolution” shared this secret with the whole world: Take honey just before sleep and you will feed the king of your organs: the brain. What fuels the brain? 1. The glucose found in the circulating blood. Our blood sugar. We all have about 5 liters of blood and 5 grams of… Read More