Home Remedies Haven is a simple website dedicated to explaining the reasons and symptoms for an infliction in layman terms.
We offer simple, easy and inexpensive home remedies which can be used to help supplement your Doctors instructions for this problem.
It is not a medical site and does not offer a diagnosis.
Onion Home Remedies!! Who would have thought that this smelly bulb, that make your eyes water and your hands pong, could contain substances which can be used for a horde of homemade remedies?
Chop a raw onion quickly. Don't turn your face away from the onion, then let your naturally produced tears do the rest
Grate a raw onion, strain the juice and then rub this juice into the affected area to reduce itching. This should be done morning, noon and at night.
Remove the bee sting by scraping it off the puncture site, never pull it out as you will merely be squeezing the venom into the body.
Crush a raw white onion and apply to the stung place. The infected area should not even swell.
Heat up some milk and pour onto a thick slice of bread, grate an onion and mix with the milk and bread, mix into a paste and place on the infected sore or boil. This poultice will draw the pus from the sore, and the boil will pop!
Onions and garlic are a rich source of the antibiotic, antifungal and antitumor compound known as allicin.
Grate a raw onion and rub onto the bite area.
"the art of healing comes from Nature and not from the Physician - therefore the Physician must start with nature with an open mind".
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Be careful of "self" diagnoses, always consult your Health Specialist.
"oh, that miracle clove! Not only does garlic taste good, it cures baldness and tennis elbow too".
~ Laurie Burrows Grad ~
"An onion can make people cry but there has never been a vegetable that can make people laugh."
~ Will Rogers ~
"When life gives you a lemon, sell it on ebay".
~ Unknown ~
The information on this site does not constitute medical advice. Always consult with your Health Professional.