The acquisition of a valuable database of folk remedies can be gained by asking around for a home remedy or two from anybody. This treasure chest of recipes for the cure of nagging conditions can consist of apple cider vinegar, a remedy for gout; turmeric, a Avurvedic remedy to stop diarrhea within minutes and garlic, an old Mexican remedy to cure a nagging cough. Following are some of the newest additions to natural home remedies that you can look into when afflicted with a nagging condition.
Organic food such as organic broccoli is found to cure shoulder and arm pain, severe lower back pain and knee pain in 3 days through the consumption of one raw, small broccoli head per day. An organic raw food juicing diet is purported to be a cure for breast cancer. This diet consists of drinking only organic juices and eating fruits and vegetables, i.e., drinking 8 to 10 glasses of apple and carrot juice alternately with a green leaf veggie juice mixed with red cabbage and red apple throughout the day, with 3 meals in between.
Freshly squeezed organic orange juice is also drunk every morning. No sugar, animal products and vitamins/minerals/oils are to be taken with the diet. However, there appears to be a side effect to this organic diet and that is the drastic receding of the gums. To counteract this side effect, there is a need for ensuring adequate magnesium and vitamin D level maintenance.
Chaga, Shiitake and Reishi mushrooms offer anti-viral, anti-microbial, anti-tumor and glycemic benefits for the support of the body immune system, the destruction of cancerous tumors and prevention or moderation of diabetic conditions. Sesame seeds powerfully support dietary health through its richness in vitamin E, minerals and antioxidants. The organic compounds in GSE a.k.a. grape seed extract are found to improve overall vascular and cardiovascular health and recommended for edema and chronic venous insufficiency. However, there may be mild but rare side effects that come with taking GSEs.
Green smoothies, fresh fruit liquidied in a blender, are easy to make and extremely delicious drinks, that are great for digestive issues and as weight loss aids. Bananas, blueberries and a handful of leafy greens are great for liquefying into smoothies. Buckwheat, a seed that resembles wheat, can be hulled and eaten in the same way as oats or grounded into flour for baking.
Buckwheat is low on the glycemic index and has more protein than cereals, making it a flour alternative for people with Celiac disease, diabetes and Candida. A flavoroid component called rutin shows promise as a natural remedy for radiation exposure. However, it should be noted that some people may be allergic to buckwheat and may have severe reaction to it.