You probably have heard, some wisdom from your grandparents. Very often, the bizarre home remedies, given from our grandmas taught us that actually work.
Here are 9 bizarre home remedies that still work today:
Lemons for Earache
You can relieve ear pain if you fill the ear with lemon juice and let it sit for 2-3 minutes. Thus, will stabilize the pH levels in the ear, and you will feel much better.
Celery for Bad Breath
There is no need to spend money on expensive packets of gum. Just, chew a bunch of celery for a minute and the bad breath will disappear!
Raisins for Arthritis
Dried grape is an excellent remedy for arthritis. All you need to do is get some golden raisins and soak them in a couple of spoonfuls of gin. Raisins are high in vitamins, and in combination with gin, they have powerful anti-inflammatory properties.
Yams for Menopause
Yams help to reduce your cholesterol, they are rich in vitamin C and A and regulate hormones. Just, don’t confuse them with sweet potato and you are good!
Nettles Cure Hair Loss
Nettle leaves are rich in protein, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and have high amounts of vitamins A, C, D, and B complex. Many of these vitamins and minerals found in nettles, can slow down the rate of hair loss. Just brew a kettle of boiling water, add 4-6 nettle leaves in a mug, pour the hot water over them and drink it.
Baking Soda for a Urinary Tract Infection
The best remedy for UTI symptoms is from our grandparents. Just add a sprinkling of baking soda to a glass of water, thus will treat the infections, and prevent bacteria to grow.
Olives for Motion Sickness
Nausea can be cured by eating olives, just take them before the travel journey and enjoy. Olives prevent the excessive production of saliva, which helps with motion sickness.
Dried Apricots for Indigestion
Dried apricots help with digestion and reduce bloating, also they are very rich in fiber. Just take 4-5 dried apricots after your dinner and your food will process much faster.
Potatoes for Spider Bites
Raw potatoes can ease itching and the swelling from spider bites. You can cut a potato and apply on the bite area, or rub it for a few minutes.