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Using Turmeric & The Benefits: 2

February 27th, 2010

1004127_f520Now that we have talked about exactly what Turmeric is and what properties it has in it, let’s talk about how you can use Turmeric in order to treat some of those cuts and wounds that you might be experiencing.  One thing that you should know is that Turmeric is a natural antiseptic and what that means, is that when made into a paste, you can use it has a treatment.

Also, while it might not taste all that great, when you mix Turmeric with warm milk, you can actually cure a sore throat, which in this season is fantastic!  Just drink that mixture up and instantly, you should be feeling better.

You can also use Turmeric to cure gastrointestinal discomfort, which comes with IBS (irritable bowel syndrome).

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Using Turmeric & The Benefits: 1

February 26th, 2010

Gelbwurz / CurrySomething that you traditionally see in the kitchen is an herb called Turmeric.  It is a fantastic flavoring agent and it is certainly an herb that you should be using in your dishes, but did you know that this particular herb is also good for other things?  Believe it or not, most people do not.

Turmeric is actually an herb that has been used in China for quite some time and it is a fantastic herb to treat small cuts and wounds.  It is actually an antiseptic and anti inflammatory herb, which means that you can stick it right into your first aid kit.

In the next blog, we will teach you exactly how to use Turmeric as a healing agent!

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Natural Black Eye Treatments: 2

February 13th, 2010

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Now that we have talked about tea specifically as a known treatment for black eyes, what type of tea is going to do the most healing?  That is what I have been asking myself and it is sage.  Sage tea compresses are actually fantastic for you to put onto any black eyes as this particular herb has been known to treat not just black eyes but bruises in general.

Just brew yourself a pot of sage tea, make sure that you stick a cloth in there – let it cool down and lay it over your eyes for an hour.  In an hour’s time, you will be able to see a remarkable difference in your bruises and black eye – I know that I did!

If you want a cure, sage is definitely a cure for black eyes if you repeat this process everyday until it is gone!

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Natural Black Eye Treatments: 1

February 12th, 2010

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All right guys, so I am going to share something personal with you … I fell down the stairs this past weekend.  Sunday, I took a tumble down on top of a bunch of laundry and I definitely bruised not just my hand, thigh, calf and head but I bruised my eye.  When I woke up this morning, I have a black eye.

So – that lead me to these next few posts.  What does cure a black eye naturally or at least what helps speed up the process?  That is what the next couple blogs are for and that is what we are going to talk about.  One of the first things that helps are tea compresses – honestly, place a teabag on your black eye and in no time at all, it should go down.

In the next blog, we will talk about what specific teas will help you with your black eye (and thank god for that!) … stay tuned!

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