"It's hard convincing yourself that where you are at the moment is your home, and it's not always where your heart is. Sometimes I win and sometimes not." -- Jonathan Carroll
I don't use homeopathic things ;) but I kept some grand mother secrets... like herb teas... like marjoram if your stomac is not fine... and... humour, once again... can cure a lot of problems ;)
in wintertime with colds: elderberry syrup. ginseng if you're tired. for cramps & headache: magnesium. for heartache and everything else: bach's rescue remedy. music for the soul and a shiatsu massage for the body. wish you a wonderful friday*
I don't use homeopathic remedies,bu the best thing for a cold is EL CALDO DE COCIDO my mom does hahahaha
A paste made from baking soda for bee stings.
apple cider vinegar on a bandaid overnight will kill a wart. You have to do it every night for about 2 weeks. it worked great for my 7 yr old this summer.Also, willow bark in olive oil makes great ear drops for an earache.And herb tea with skullscap as an ingredient helps with sleep
When I was little and had a cold my mum gave me a brew of garlic, lemon, ginger, honey and different herbs. Since then i don't care much for homeopathic :-)
Do ice packs count? I use them al the time on my sore joints.Lovely photo!Enjoy the weekend!xo
orange's peel tea to stomach, nut i hate tea, so i almost never drink that!!
Hm, I don't think I have any. Well except I am a strong believer that a plain baked potato gets rid of nausea and so do plain tortillas.
Arnica! Gach Rescue Zalf (what;s the english word fot Zalf ... creme?)
My grandmother has some of those "secrets". For example, onions for bee stings, for infections some omelettes with "berbena" herb...I think I see you the other day at street...
I use homeopathy pretty regularly. My favorite remedies include Coffe Cruda for the restless mind (helps with sleeplessness), Cruprum Metallicum for my restless leg syndrome and Nux Vomica for upset tummies and the occasional heartburn.
Hands down: oleum jecoris asselli that is helping my daughter with her drug-resistant seizures.
I only use my gramma old sayings to calm my children a little... and then head to the medicine cabinet...
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