Health problems like headache, toothache, heartburn almost always are linked with painkillers. Maybe because we think that the medicine will solve the problem or maybe just because we have to get rid of the pain fast, because most of the times it is excruciating.
Maybe you didn’t know that almost every spice we have in our kitchens has powers of a medicine. Well they have. All of the spices that we use to prepare meals can be used to treat a variety of medical problems. We just have to learn how to use them and we will have natural painkillers on our hand every time.
Rosemary tea keeps blood vessels dilated and enables the blood to flow fast through the weasels. To prepare pour one cup of boiling water over one teaspoon of rosemary. Let it for 10 minutes and then strain and it is ready to drink. The recommended dose is three cups a day fresh prepared tea. Ginger is also good for headaches because it dilutes the blood and makes it rush through. Ginger can be used as tea, flavored water etc. No matter how you use it is excellent for the prevention of migraine.
When you have nose secretion that is translucent white you probably need incense. Incense is a powerful antiseptic often used in traditional medicine for treating respiratory infection. Tea preparation is usual: pour a cup of boiled water over one to two tablespoons of dry incense and let stand for 10 minutes. Then strain and drink fresh, three times a day.
When you are feeling symptoms of cold this spice mixture can relive them and make you feel better.
Combine 30 grams of chopped fresh ginger crushed cinnamon stick 1 teaspoon coriander seeds, 3 whole cloves, 1 slice of lemon and half a liter of water. Cook for 15 minutes over low heat. Strain and drink warm every two hours.
Bitter herbs like turmeric can help with stimulation of digestive juices and prevent the accumulation of acid. If you are using turmeric as a medicine, take two to three capsules of turmeric before meal.
You can cool down insect bites and stings with mint. Rub a drop of mint essential oil directly on the bitten spot and it will provide fast and long-term relief. Mint will cool the area, which will also prevent itching and swelling.