Kitchen is full of remedies for flu, inflammation, fever and infection


Anytime you can avoid a chemical filled antibiotic it is best for your continued health to do so. There are times an antibiotic can not be avoided. An antibiotic kills millions of friendly bacteria. Our bodies need friendly bacteria to survive. Many infections and aliments can be treated and cured from simple ingredients found in the kitchen.

Garlic has many health advantages. Garlic is actually a natural antibiotic. Garlic and onion work together to kill the bad bacteria while increasing the friendly bacteria found in your body. If you are concerned about the odor that garlic may leave on your breath you can find a good garlic supplement at your local health food store.

If suffering from sinus and lung congestion try horseradish to open up your sinus passages. Horseradish also helps with circulation in the sinuses and lungs. Flu and colds can begin in the lungs and sinus passages. Circulation is important to keep everything moving and avoid congestion.

Look in your spice rack for a powerful anti-inflammatory. Ginger is not only tasty in foods it also helps ease inflammation. Ginger also helps with digestion. It is the ginger in ginger ale that helps you feel better during a stomach virus attack.

Everyone knows that hot peppers can unstop a stuffy nose. Often when eating hot peppers you may get a rush of heat through your body. Did you know that cayenne peppers help with circulation in your body? That heat is actually increasing circulation. When eaten with garlic, cayenne pepper can actually carry the antibiotic from garlic to the needed areas of your body.

In your spice rack you will find a cancer blocking ingredient. Turmeric not only blocks cancer it also clears out inflammation and infection.

It has long been said an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Apple cider vinegar is full of health benefits. The Father of Medicine, Hippocrates, had only two remedies honey and apple cider vinegar. Apple cider vinegar has many vitamins. It has pectin, beta-carotene, potassium and iron. It can reduce bad cholesterol, lower blood pressure and help with sore joints. It is also a natural aid to weight loss. A small amount daily goes along way in improving your health.

Remember when you or a family member is sick just look in your pantry and spice rack for help. Natural is always better.

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