Home Remedies

 
   

Five Important Go-To Detoxifiers For Every Home Farmacy

For the health of the nation to change, individuals must stop relying on pharmacies and must instead start creating their own ‘farmacies’ at home.

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Home remedies relieve symptoms and allergic reactions from MSG poisoning

Monosodium glutamate (MSG) is used in nearly all foods as a preservative or flavour enhancer. A toxic food additive, MSG creates a wide constellation of symptoms forcing victims to seek relief from side effects and allergic reactions. Minute amounts of MSG are found in everything that's processed, even vegetables and organic milk. These relatively benign quantities are activated by heating during processing becoming noxious, and in some cases poisonous -- causing dangerous health reactions when consumed.

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Home remedies from herbal teas and grocery foods dissolve kidney stones and reverse renal failure

Kidney stones develop from waste matter hardening and becoming attached to the inside wall of the kidney. Most kidney stones remain unnoticed until becoming dislodged, getting caught in a ureter or other passageway, while moving through the body during urination. Most diseases of the kidneys remain unnoticed until the problem is severe. You can make a variety of home remedies using herbs and common foods to alleviate a wide range of kidney disorders, including dissolving stones and restoring renal activity.

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How to make your own all natural hand sanitizer

It is a fact the commercial hand sanitizers are chemically-scented and made with toxic ingredients. While they do kill bacteria and viruses, these chemicals also seep into the pores of the skin and are absorbed into the bloodstream. The primary active ingredients in these sanitizers are Ethyl alcohol and Isopropyl alcohol. Ethyl alcohol is also known as ethanol, pure alcohol, grain alcohol and drinking alcohol. This is what kills the germs.

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