Aloe vera, apple cider vinegar and more: 12 Natural remedies for poison ivy

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According to the American Skin Association, allergic reactions caused by poison ivy and similar plants affect a whopping 50 million people in America annually. If you’re suffering from poison ivy rash, use natural remedies like aloe vera or oatmeal to relieve your condition. (h/t to HomesteadSurvivalSite.com) Continue reading

8 Highly Medicinal Plants You Can Grow at Home

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Grow medicinal herbs in your home garden can provide convenient access to many natural home remedies, and you can save money at the same time. Following are some highly medicinal herbs you can grow at home: Continue reading

36 Natural Alternatives for Infection

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Most people have issues with bacterial or viral infections from time to time. Unnecessary antibiotics ARE dangerous! Antibiotics damage the integrity of the microbial balance in the gut. The healthy gut microflora is 70-80% of the immune system. Impaired immune systems are less effective at healing Continue reading

36 Natural Alternatives for Infection

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Most people have issues with bacterial or viral infections from time to time. Unnecessary antibiotics ARE dangerous! Antibiotics damage the integrity of the microbial balance in the gut. The healthy gut microflora is 70-80% of the immune system. Impaired immune systems are less effective at healing the body. Plant products have historically been consumed and utilized for their anti-microbial and health boosting benefits. Many plant materials are being researched for Continue reading

Bronchitis – Conventional, Nutritional and Alternative Treatments

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Conventional Treatment

Don’t think that you’re going to walk into your health care practitioner’s office and walk out with a prescription for antibiotics in response to your bronchitis.

Since the usual cause of bronchitis is a viral infection, antibiotics aren’t effective at treating this respiratory problem.  Antibiotics can only defeat bacterial infections. So most cases of bronchitis don’t require this form of treatment.  Continue reading