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What are different home remedies for Winter Ailments? – Part 6

Winter ailments are the problems that arise during the winter season likely. They include conditions like:
• Cold
• Cough
• Asthma
• Bronchitis
• Eczema
• Chapping of skin
• Cold sores
• Nasal congestion
• Sinusitis

What are healing foods for Winter Ailments?

1. Strengthen your immune system and reduce eczema symptoms by having proper food.
• A paste of raw strawberries applied to your eczema can reduce the pain, redness and inflammation.
• Apply directly to your face include cabbage leaf and grated raw potatoes.
• Honey will reduce eczema symptoms.
• Eliminate high inflammation and allergy producing foods.
• These include sugar, chocolate, wheat, and dairy products.

2. Eat alkaline
• An abundance of vegetables and fruits in your diet is a must.
• Create an alkaline environment for your body that will reduce inflammation.
• Drinking fresh vegetable juices is GREAT for the skin.
• Raw tomato juice, raw carrot and spinach juices are said to be excellent.

What are different types of cleansing?

1. Herbal Cleansing
• Using herbs to gently purify the digestive and elimination systems of the body.

2. Fasting
• This gives your body and digestion a chance to rest.
• Most people do a vegetable juice fast or a raw vegetable and fruit fast.
• Some brave souls have done water fast but this is more intense and draining for the body.

3. Colonics
• This is a procedure done by a trained professional.
• He irrigates the colon with water.
• This helps to release toxins and impurities that may be lodged in the walls of the colon.

Water is nature’s #1 natural remedy for eczema
• Drink more water to cleanse and hydrate your body and keep your skin moist and supple.
• Take a steam bath to open pores and hydrate your skin.
• Be sure to moisturize afterwards.
• Use cold compresses to relieve the pain, stinging and itching of eczema inflammations.
• Wrap your skin in a cotton towel that is wetted with cool water to help soothe arms or legs that have a lot of eczema inflammations.

Some Home Pastes and baths

Take a healing eczema bath using one of the following:
• Oatmeal
• Baking Soda
• Cider vinegar and a healing oil such as Cleure Emu Oil or jojoba

1. Papaya paste
• Another useful and easily available ingredient for eczema treatment would be papaya.
• Mashed papaya seeds can be applied to the areas of skin that are affected to reduce the itchiness.

Some homemade pastes and solutions
• Apply a mixture of 1 teaspoon camphor and 1 teaspoon sandalwood paste on the rashes.
• Apply nutmeg paste to the affected areas.
• Put natural vitamin E on the affected skin.
• Zinc taken orally and applied directly on the affected skin is effective.
• Both shark cartilage and lotion of blueberry leaves reduce inflammation.
• Use pine tar soap to wash the affected skin.
• Drink tomato juice daily, it will cure the symptoms in a few days.

Homemade Lotion
• Make a lotion out of crushed dandelion leaves, spearmint leaves, and a few drops of oil.
• Apply this lotion to your skin and allow it to remain on for at least 30 minutes before rinsing it off with cold water.
• This can act as an effective eczema cure.

Cleansing scrub
• Make a cleansing scrub by soaking a handful of nuts in a small quantity of water.
• Blend these nuts along with half an avocado as avocados contain healthy oils that help to protect and moisturize your skin.
• Massage your skin gently with this creamy natural exfoliating paste.
• You can then allow it to remain on your skin for about 10 minutes before you rinse it off.
• You can add a few drops of fresh lemon juice to this paste to help cleanse your skin of the uppermost layer of dead skin cells.

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