By Anke Bialas
Homemade future health is a suite of domestic treatments directly from a time, now not see you later in the past, while humans went to their backyard or kitchen pantry earlier than going to a doctor.
Some attempted and actual, a few quirky, yet all in accordance with normal treatments your grandmother knew and probably used on a customary basis.
Healing houses of universal culinary herbs
43 universal diseases
160+ treatments with recipes
Common & botanical names
Harvesting & holding
Making natural treatments at home
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The decoction also makes an effective skin wash to heal skin conditions. A poultice made from the grain has long been used to treat eczema, and other skin problems. ROSEMARY (Rosmarinus officinalis) Rosemary is a woody, evergreen with a wonderful smell. Its flavour is often associated with many dishes from the Mediterranean. It enhances the flavours of meats, gravies, risotto dishes, and stocks beautifully. Medicinally, Rosemary is a great herb for the mind. Rosemary has been used to improve mental faculties for many hundreds of years.
Dried apricots which are well known to stimulate the bowel. Pear juice works well too. Or you could dissolve 1 tablespoon of honey into 1 cup of warm water and drink this on an empty stomach. A glass of celery juice daily to encourages a sluggish bowel and helps remove toxins from the body. CUTS/SMALL WOUNDS A compress made from plantain (ribwort) juice aids the healing of sprains, ulcers and minor wounds. Bruise fresh woodruff leaves and apply to slow healing wounds to encourage the healing process.
Larger leaves can be picked individually. Only keep the best leaves to dry and store. Dead and discoloured leaves can contribute to the making of compost. FLOWERS Flowers should be cut either just before or shortly after opening. They are best while their colour and scent are at their best and before their petals have dropped. Pick flowers individually. Some, like lavender, are picked with a long piece of stem attached whereas others just the actual ‘head’ is carefully picked off. For some you may wish to strip the petals and for other, often smaller flowers you will want to keep them whole to dry.
Homemade Health - Home Remedies Your Grandmother Knew - Simple & Effective Treatments From the Pantry by Anke Bialas