Seattle Organic Restaurants

Effective Home & Herbal Remedies


In Seattle organic restaurants I provide you with useful information about effective herbal and home remedies from your kitchen. If you are looking for a pain reliever the chances are high that you can find it inside your kitchen cabinet. If you are coming down with cold try ginger tea and vitamin C. Drinking ginger tea helps to prevent cold and phlegm build up. If you have sinus congestion try dried thyme leaves in a steam inhalation. Thyme helps to clear sinus passage and congestion.

If you have bladder infection or experiencing its early symptoms such as going to bathroom frequently or feeling pain when urinating you should try parsley tea. For making parsley tea boil the water, turn off the heat and add a cup of fresh parsley into the hot water. Cover the lid and leave it for 15 min. Your parsley tea is ready after straining the drink.

But no matter how often you exercise, eat healthy food or sleep enough, herbal supplements can improve your overall health. Herbals can increase your energy level, improve your immune system, reduce the chances of heart problems, clean your liver and reduce joint inflammation. Before using herbs consult with your health care professional especially if you have another chronic health problem. If you started having problems such as fever symptoms, rash, allergies, nausea or headaches immediately stop using herbs and contact your health care professional. Here are some more effective herbal and homemade remedies:

Lapacho: Lapacho has compounds called napthoquinones that has antibiotic properties. Lapacho prevents flues, colds, and fungal infections. Lapacho can improve health by boosting energy level, stimulating liver enzymes and removing toxins from the blood. In Brazil lapacho is used to treat skin cancer and leukemia. Recent studies also suggest that lapacho can fight against breast cancer.

Milk Thistle: Milk Thistle is really good for liver; it can also boost the level of liver enzymes and fasten the generation of damaged liver tissues.

Echinacea: Echinacea neutralizes microorganism invasion and boosts the level of white blood cells. Research shows that echinacea prevents viruses, bacteria and fungal infections.

Gingerroot: Gingerroot is great for treating nausea, motion sickness, flue, constipation and diarrhea.

Garlic: Garlic helps to lower the cholesterol and reduces the chances of fatty deposits in the blood blocking the arteries. Garlic can effectively reduce the chances of heart problems and boost the immune system by increasing the level of T-cells. Garlic also has sulfur and is anti-inflammatory.



Join Member Community.

Follow us on TwitterLike us on Facebook