Home Remedies to Treat Food Allergies

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Home remedies to treat food allergies. 1. Avoid Food Allergens A key part of relieving the symptoms of food allergies is identifying the foods responsible for the distress and eliminating them from your diet. To identify food allergens, write down everything you ate or drank in the 2 to 3 days prior to allergic symptoms appearing. Then, look for foods that were new to your body. Avoid such foods completely…

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Home Remedies for Gas

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Home remedies for gas : 1. Cinnamon Cinnamon will soothe your stomach and also prevent further formation of gas.   Add one-half teaspoon of cinnamon powder to a cup of warm milk. Stir it well and then drink it. You can also add some honey. Alternatively, you can make cinnamon tea by adding some cinnamon powder to a cup of boiling water. Let it steep for a few minutes and then drink…

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Top 5 Teeth Whitening Home Remedies

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What do movie stars, media persons, television actors and other celebrities have in common? No, it’s not fair skin or the perfect figure. It’s well aligned, peculiarly sharp white teeth. They have no stains, no discolouration and no kind of deformities. So how is it that they have the perfect smile? You’re about to find out. In the last few years, there has been a sudden surge in teeth whitening…

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Home Remedies for Cystic Acne

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Home remedies for cystic acne. 1. Turmeric To get rid of this annoying problem, you can use turmeric. The spice contains curcumin, an anti-inflammatory compound that naturally relieves inflammation as well as pain. Plus, it acts as a natural antiseptic to fight infection. Add a little water or unrefined sesame oil to 1 to 2 teaspoons of turmeric powder to make a paste. Apply this paste on the affected area and leave…

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Home Remedies for Dandruff

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Here are home remedies for dandruff. Apple Cider Vinegar Scalp treatment with apple cider vinegar is effective in getting rid of dandruff. It restores the pH balance of the scalp, thereby inhibiting the growth of yeast. It also works as a natural hair clarifier and helps clean clogged pores and hair follicles. Take two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. Mix an equal amount of water and 15-20 drops of tea…

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Home Remedies for Oily Hair and Scalp

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The best way to treat skin and hair problems is through home remedies using all-natural ingredients that are actually effective and have no side effects. Lemon Juice: Lemon juice is perhaps the most effective home remedy for reducing oiliness of hair and it also works in fighting dandruff and itchiness of scalp. The acidic nature of the juice helps in removing excessive oiliness from hair and makes it smooth and…

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Home Remedies for Acidity

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1. Basil Leaves The soothing and carminative properties of basil leaves can give you instant relief from acidity, gas and nausea.   Simply eat some basil leaves at the first sign of acid upset. Be sure to chew them thoroughly. Another option is to boil three to five basil leaves in a cup of water and then let it simmer for a few minutes. You can sweeten this basil tea…

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Home Remedies for Open Pores

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Open or large pores on the skin are a beauty concern for many and can also contribute to problems like acne and blackheads, especially for people with oily skin. Excess sebum, along with dirt and bacteria, tends to clog the pores. To make matters worse, blackheads tend to make pores more visible and look even larger. Prolonged sun exposure can contribute to open pores because it damages the collagen, thereby…

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Home Remedies for Vaginal Itching and Burning

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Women of all ages suffer from vaginal itching from time to time. Itching, burning or irritation in a sensitive area like the vagina and vulva can be very uncomfortable. Some common causes of itching, burning and irritation in and around the vaginal area are bacterial or yeast infections, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), menopause and chemical irritants. Vaginal pinworm infections can also cause vaginal itching; however, this type of infection is…

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