Homeopathic Home Remedies are abundant in your kitchen and your pantry which hold a tremendous amount of remedies for natural healing power. See this list of home remedies that you can start experimenting with as most of us have many of these vegetables or herbs at hand and, knowledge empowers us!
Juices made from fresh fruit and vegetables are quick and easy home remedies, they have specific healing properties and can prevent and help heal many conditions. They can also provide us with the nutrients needed to sustain a healthy and happy life as juices provide the body with new energy without depleting the energy needed for digestion.
Fruit juices are known for their cleansing abilities during fasting. They purify the blood and eliminate toxins from the cells.
Vegetable juices are one of the most potent homeopathic home remedies and help to regenerate and rebuild the body. They help in the production of new cells.
Raw juices are usually easily absorbed into the bloodstream. They should be taken on an empty stomach and take roughly 15 minutes to be absorbed. Two glasses of raw juice a day is all that is necessary as a good preventative measure.
NOTE: Fruit and vegetable juices should always be made and drunk immediately. Storage changes the frequencies of the ingredients, which then lose their therapeutic effects.
Ensure a space for your own home remedies in the kitchen. Turn your kitchen or part of your garden into a productive health bar!
Honey is both a food and a medicine used in many homeopathic home remedies. Honey contains potassium, magnesium, iron, calcium, sodium and manganese as well as various vitamins and enzymes. A good rule to honey is that the darker and stronger the honey is, the richer it is in iron and other minerals. When adding honey to your herb teas it is best to allow the tea to cool as heat destroys much of the goodness present in honey. Honey is good for invalids as it is easily digestible. Mix honey with Apple Cider vinegar and water to improve digestive troubles and boost the system to cope with winter chills.
Add all the ingredients together in a pot and simmer this broth slowly for at least 1 hours. Leave to cool before straining. Have once to twice a week, especially throughout winter. Any left over soup (if there is any!) can be frozen for the following week.
TIP: A simple rule to healthy eating is to use the leaf, stem, fruit, flower, root and seed together, e.g. carrots, lettuce, spinach, tomato, wild garlic or nasturtium flowers and cucumber.
This daily cuppa is one of my favorite homeopathic home remedies and is made by combining alfalfa, nettles, chamomile, dandelion and parsley which creates a wonderful nutrient filled supplement for yourself. Make a little daily pot of this brew and be sure to add a teaspoon of freshly grated ginger. This mix not only gives you the nutrients you require for the day, it also ensures a good balance of all the tissue salts needed for the system to perform at optimum.
Start experimenting with what you have on hand and keep yourself in good health with the results!
NOTE: Be sure to obtain information on any herb you do not know, especially if you are on any long-term medication.
Vegetable or Herb
How to Use
|Echinacea mixed with garlic||Use on infectious sores|
|Cabbage||Mash leaves and apply to the skin to draw out poisons and pus. Replace when the mash becomes hot.|
|Carrots||Use leftover carrots from the juice extractor on sores, bruises, chapped skin and nipples|
|Comfrey leaf||Mash leaves and moisten with comfrey tea for swellings, open sores, cuts and wounds|
|Figs||Heat figs for 3 minutes. Cut open and apply to infected sores to bring them to a head|
|Garlic||Mash fresh garlic and add warm water and flour. Use for pain, pus and infections|
|Oatmeal||Apply cooled oatmeal to a soft cotton cloth and place over inflamed area and insect bites|
|Potato||Apply grated raw potato to bruises, sprains and boils|
|Tofu||Squeeze water out of tofu. Chop and add a teaspoon of ginger and some flour until the mixture thickens. Draws out inflammation and fever|
|Ginger or cayenne||Add to poultices to promote circulation|
Beauty Tip: BARLEY is rich in phosphorus, magnesium and B vitamins and also contains calcium and iron. It has a soothing effect on the intestines and is a body building food. Here is an old recipe for a smooth complexion using barley. Try this drink at least once a week.
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