Health Care

How to Clean your Lungs in Just 3 Days

How to Clean your Lungs in Just 3 Days

It doesn’t matter if you are a smoker or not to have problem with your lungs. Some people have been smoking for years and still have well-functioning lungs. Anyhow, if you need to clean your lungs, there are a few ways, given by specialists, to make you and your lungs …

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How to Use Sweet Potatoes for Stomach Ulcers

How-to-Use-Sweet-Potatoes-for-Stomach-Ulcers

Stomach ulcer is an inflammation in the lining of the stomach. When the stomach acid touches the ulcer, it causes burning sensation and pain. High fiber foods such as sweet potato develops a protective lining on the ulcer to relieve you from pain and heal the ulcer. 

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DIY Beverage that cures an upset stomach

When you buy ginger ale from the store, you’ll be surprised to learn that most times, the drink contains hardly – if any – ginger in it. It’s just a sugary sweet drink that may have a tint of ginger flavoring but does not have the actual benefits of ginger. Ginger is an incredible root that can be consumed fresh, in powder form, as a spice or oil or even as juice. It has been a main ingredient in curing many digestive problems like motion sickness, pain, nausea to name a few. If you feel that you’re feeling under the weather and don’t want to head to the store just to get a sugar powered drink, then this recipe will be the perfect remedy for any tummy problems you may h

When you buy ginger ale from the store, you’ll be surprised to learn that most times, the drink contains hardly – if any – ginger in it. It’s just a sugary sweet drink that may have a tint of ginger flavoring but does not have the actual benefits of ginger.

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Soothing Salt Sock Remedy For Earaches!

Although most earaches are viral in nature – and therefore not treatable by antibiotics – the common belief used to be that it’s best to prescribe them “just in case.” Turns out, that approach actually increases a child’s risk of recurrent ear infections and other problems.

Although most earaches are viral in nature – and therefore not treatable by antibiotics – the common belief used to be that it’s best to prescribe them “just in case.” Turns out, that approach actually increases a child’s risk of recurrent ear infections and other problems. 

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