Modern medicine is a wonderful thing. There is no doubting that. Without it, the world would be overrun with death, viruses, and diseases like polio, the measles, dysentery and cholera. Few people come down with these diseases that used to plague much of the world because of the beauty that is modern medicine.
Though modern medicine is so great at treating things that ail the human body, it can often be costly to partake of its miracle working powers. Thankfully, nature has given the world much of the remedies it needs, especially to combat common ailments. These remedies don’t need lab chemistry, and they don’t need to be manipulated by scientists in a petri dish. They work by themselves, and they have no ill side effects.
Here are 3 of the best natural health remedies for life on the daily:
It’s everywhere. You can’t seem to get away from it. People are gushing about how coconut oil can be used for everything. You’re either a skeptic, or you’re a die hard fan and use it for everything.
If you’re a skeptic, you may just have to try it for yourself to see if it’s all that it’s cracked up to be. One thing is certain. Coconut oil is a remedy given to the people of the world by nature so that they don’t have to use other products laden with chemicals for their skin, their hair, their food, and their teeth…the list goes on. Give it a try. It might not work for everything, but it works for many things.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Vinegar is another one of those substances that is really good for you…and many other things. It’s been a folk remedy for a long time and people have used it to cure anything from the common cold to warts. Apple cider vinegar has also been known to promote weight loss. People say it might activate certain cells that break down fat.
While the vinegar isn’t a foolproof way to lose fat, it does help in the process because it’s anti-glycemic – meaning it blocks some of the digestion of starch, which translates as glucose in the body. Glucose is sugar, and sugar causes a slew of health problems.
Witch hazel is a substance that comes from the leaves and bark of the Witch Hazel shrub. Though it’s not as wide known for it’s healing properties as coconut oil and apple cider vinegar, it too has been used for it’s medicinal properties since the time of the Native Americans. It’s great for brightening those dark circles under the eyes, it’s great for fading ugly bruises, it gives relief to sore throats, and it shrinks pores. The list of uses for the astringent go on and on, so take a gander for yourself and start using all three of these natural remedies in your daily life, now.