Bananas settle and upset stomach. Chamomile Tea calms the pain. Ginger relieves nausea and morning sickness.
Heart Attack: Cayenne Pepper
The capsicum in cayenne pepper is a miracle.
If the person is conscious and breathing, mix 1 teaspoon of cayenne with 1 cup of warm water, making it a ‘cayenne tea’ and give it to the person to drink. However, if a person is unconscious, using cayenne extract or tincture may do the trick. Simply place a couple of drops under the person’s tongue and let the effects take place.
Hay fever: Nettle Tea
Reduces mucus and inflammation from allergens.
High Blood Pressure: Celery
Celery contains phthalides which help lower blood pressure.
Headaches: Cayenne and Chamomile Tea
Capsaicin in cayenne peppers relieves headaches by depleting Substance P(a neurotransmitter that helps send pain signals).
Cabbage contains ample fiber which helps both types of ulcers.
A potent anti-inflammatory that eliminates pain and inflammation.
Insomnia: Chamomile Tea
Soothes and relaxes the mind and body.
Blood Sugar Imbalance: Broccoli
Chromium in broccoli helps regulate insulin and blood sugar.
Onions help ease constriction of bronchial tubes.
Bladder Infections: Cranberries
Substances in cranberries prevent bacteria from adhering to walls of the bladder.
Clogged Arteries: Avocados
Mono-unsaturated fat in avocados lower cholesterol.
Memory Problems: Blueberries
Antioxidants in blueberries help strengthen neuronal connection in the brain.
Strokes: Dandelion Root
Prevents buildup of fatty deposits on artery walls.
Strong Bones: Pineapple
High in manganese to prevent bone fractures and osteporosis.