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Natural Remedies
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While western medicine has come a long way, traditional (natural) alternatives are still potent remedies for numerous conditions affecting the body. Some of these conditions are:

1. Asthma (Red onions): Eating eases constriction of the bronchial tubes, therefore, improving airflow and the breathing process.

2. Arthritis (Turmeric): Turmeric has very potent anti-inflammatory properties that combat the inflammatory condition such as arthritis.

3. Bladder Infections (Cranberry): Cranberries fight bacteria present in the bladder, preventing any infections from occurring.

4. Blood Pressure (Celery): Celery is known to contain a compound known as phthalides, which help lower blood pressure by relaxing the blood vessels.

5. Blood Sugar (Broccoli): Broccoli has chromium, which helps regulate insulin and blood sugar.

6. Bones (Pineapples): Pineapples provide support against bone fractures and osteoporosis by providing all the essentials nutrients for good bone health.

7. Breast Cancer (Cabbage): Cabbage helps maintain healthy estrogen levels.

8. Clogged Arteries (Avocados): Mono-unsaturated fat present in avocados lowers cholesterol that would otherwise collect on the blood vessel walls and clog them.

9. Cough (Mullein Tea): Loosens trapped mucus with a soothing effect on the throat to alleviate the discomfort.

10. Insomnia (Chamomile Tea): This tea is well known for its calming and soothing effect, and taking it goes a long way in relaxing the mind and the body, even helping those with insomnia fall asleep.

11. Ulcers (Cabbage): Cabbage contains ample fiber, which provides support for both types of ulcers.

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12. Stomach (Ginger): Ginger is great for soothing the stomach, relieving nausea, and morning sickness.

13. Headaches (Cayenne): Cayenne pepper relieves headaches by depleting a neurotransmitter that sends pain signals.

Please note that this content should never be used as a substitute for direct medical advice from your doctor or other qualified clinicians.

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Natural Remedies
Graphic ©herbs-info.com. Image sources – see foot of article.

Infographic Image Sources:
Onion – https://pixabay.com/en/onion-chopped-onion-red-onion-899102/
Turmeric – https://pixabay.com/en/turmeric-spice-curry-seasoning-3251560/
Cranberry – https://pixabay.com/en/cranberry-spoon-fruit-sour-red-1767425/
Celery – https://pixabay.com/en/celery-vegetables-vegetable-green-692867/
Broccoli – https://pixabay.com/en/broccoli-green-food-healthy-eating-1629643/
Pineapple – https://pixabay.com/en/pineapple-fruit-vitamins-636562/
Cabbage – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cabbage_and_cross_section_on_white.jpg
Tea – https://pixabay.com/en/tee-teacup-tea-bags-cup-drink-1740871/
Avocado – https://pixabay.com/en/appetite-avacado-avo-avocado-1238257/
Cayenne – https://pixabay.com/en/chilli-pepper-chilli-pepper-red-2818724/
Chamomile Tea – https://pixabay.com/en/chamomile-chamomile-tea-cup-829538/
Ginger – https://pixabay.com/en/ginger-vegetables-food-1960613/


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