I haven't tried this yet, but will soon. I suffer from headaches quite often so it's worth a try. It came from "The Complete Guide To Natural Healing" like most of the other natural remedies i've posted.
Do you have sinus congestion with clogged ears? Well this is for you, very simple. This recipe was given to me by several nurses I work with; it's the same advice they give to our patients (pediatric through adult) and so they gave the same advice to me when I had these symptoms and let me tell you, it works wonders.
Honey is a soothing remedy for persistent coughs and sore throat. The strong antibiotic properties it contains coats the throat and reduces throat irritation. Uneasiness felt in the mouth & throat due to infection can be relieved immediately with honey.
Honey's unique composition makes it an effective antimicrobial agent, useful for treating minor burns and scrapes, and for aiding the treatment of sore throats and other bacterial infections.
I got this recipe out of a Mennonite cookbook.I was disappointed in the book until I tried this recipe. It was amazing. I had a very bad sore throat and after I used this gargle the relief was immediate and lasted for hours. My throat was completely better by the next day.
I got this recipe from a couple of different ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) doctors. But was told years later, by still another ENT doctor, that the Vodka was not neccessary. I have used this for over 30 years now. After the kids had grown and moved out, I found out the one of my daughters had been drinking my Vodka and refilling the bottle with water. Good thing I didn't really need it. LOL (good thing for her, she wasn't caught)
This is an antiseptic spray to use on small cuts and scrapes or to spray on dirty hands when you can't get to a sink. Can also be used as an air freshener. Please use only 100% pure essential oils. This is from the AromaThyme website.
I found this a long time ago on the web. The peppermint oil stimulates while the aloe vera gel cools and moisturizes without being greasy. It feels so good on tired feet, and it's so easy to whip up. Only two ingredients! The recipe is enough for one application, but if you make more, or have any left, store it in a glass or plastic container in a cool, dry place. If you can't find the peppermint oil, your local drugstore should be able to order it for you. Happy walking!