Every person remembers funny and odd ways their grandma had to treat health problems. And they even seem stranger now, but no matter how bizarre they seem, they actually work.
THE MOST BIZARRE REMEDIES OF OUR GRANDMOTHERS
Forget about chewing gum or spray. Get a piece of parsley and chew it. It will remove the bad breath and it will also have amazing effect on your teeth and the digestive system.
Colds are usually followed by a severe pain in the ears. Squeeze some lemon on a cotton ball and put it in your ear. This will balance the pH and neutralize the bacteria.
To prevent hair loss you need to drink nettle tea. It contains silicium that is important for strengthening the hair tissue. But be careful because large doses of silicium can be poisonous for the kidneys.
Soak white raisins in gin and eat it for 10 days. they will not get you drunk, but relive the pain and reduce swelling thanks to vitamins of the raisins and the anti inflammatory properties of gin.
Callus and corn
Red liquorice is a sweet that contains phyto estrogen. If you mix it with Vaseline and apply on the affected body parts it will be very effective in reducing callus and corns.
The feeling of sickness as well as motion sickness can be easily removed if you eat some olives.
If you feeling bloated after every meal, eat some apricots. They contain fiber and potassium that will immediately reduce the bloating.
Urinary tract infections
Add a pinch of baking soda to your water. It will prevent further development of bacteria in the bladder and treat the infection.
Stick a duck tape over the wart. The duck tape will kill the virus and the wart will disappear within few days.
If you find yourself in a situation like this potato can help you. It has anti inflammatory properties, it will reduce the itching and prevent irritation of the skin.
A kind of sweet potato or yam will help your hormones during menopause, because it is full of vitamin A and antioxidants. Yam will also lower the level of cholesterol in the blood. But make sure it is yam and not sweet potato.