There are several homeopathic remedies available to combat flu effectively. At the very first sign that flu is developing, take 1/2 tube of Oscillococcinum every two hours, for a total of five doses. Combination flu remedies work in the majority of cases if you take one in the first 4 to 12 hours after you start having symptoms. Follow the dosage recommendations on the label of the remedy you choose. If it’s going to work, you should feel relief with a single dose.
Vaccine exemption forms can be obtained from your local health department. Ask for form #2. This needs to be filled out, and notarized and given to your child's school. Parents are advised to retain a copy for their own files, as schools often lose the forms, and the process then has to be repeated.
1/2 cup of baking soda
1/2 cup of Epsom salt
1/4 cup of sea salt
Soak for 20 minutes and then scrub your skin with with a natural scrubber such as a loofah.
The water may turn murky and "dirty".
The darkness of the water is due to the heavy metals coming out of the skin.
Do this once a week or every couple of weeks for maintenance.
As soon as you fall asleep, your body starts the job of detoxification. All the pollution you've been breathing all day long, the chemicals found in packaged foods, negative emotional experiences all get sorted and flushed through the organs of detoxification.
An easy way of extending this process and assisting the body in its job is to drink the juice of half of a lemon in a big glass of water. Do this at least 20 minutes before your first cup of coffee or breakfast in the morning on a daily basis.
To clean and draw out pesticides from fresh produce, fill the sink with water, the juice of 1/2 of a fresh lemon and 3 teaspoons of salt. Let produce soak for 20 minutes.
Purchase a bottle of 'Food Grade' Hydrogen Peroxide (available at The Healthy Nuts (11962 Tecumseh Rd) and add 1/2 teaspoon in a sink full of water.
Hydrogen peroxide will kill any bacteria (such as E.coli) on food which will also extends its shelf life.
According to a new study antibiotics and nasal steroid spray are no more effective than placebo at treating sinus infections. The researchers say the results should encourage more patients to forgo antibiotics for sinus infections.
Sinus infections occur when the mucous membranes are irritated by a cold, pollutants, allergies or exposure to dry cold air.
Antibiotics can decrease the strength of your immune system leading to other infections resistant to antibiotic use, such as candida albicans, a fungal infection.
With Spring right around the corner, you or someone you know may be dreading its' arrival.
Here are some things you can do to lessen their effect on you: